Why are yoga mats so expensive?

This article supports the idea that spending more for quality yoga gear made from eco-conscious companies is worth it

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Why are yoga mats so expensive?

Eco-conscious companies

(And if you don’t do yoga, let me help you get started;))

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8 thoughts on “Why are yoga mats so expensive?”

  1. I loved your post! I’m a mom of four and teach yoga to kids and that’s why I too practice with and always recommend a yoga hustle mat. Their green approach and even more importantly their 3rd party testing gives me confidence that I’m doing the right thing by them. And the kids and I both love their beautiful designs!

  2. Such a helpful article! I am so excited that your pick is not only eco but female owned! I’m absolutely going to pick up a yoga hustle mat. I’ve been trying to decide what to treat myself with!

  3. Love the blog! Not a fan of Liforme. I think alignment points are so outdated considering we are all made in different shapes & sizes.

  4. As a yoga teacher, I always recommend investing in your equipment the same way you should invest in yourself. Obviously, you can only afford what you can afford. In my perfect world, if my student has the budget, I advise Yoga Hustle. I love the ethos, the green credentials and the quality. You just can’t get any better than the Yoga Hustle Mat grip. Otherwise, if its out of budget, save up and whatever you pick, check the ingredients/materials and if they do any outside testing for harmful baddies like lead.

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