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Why I Love Yin Yoga

“You need to experience this to really know what Yin Yoga is all about. After you have experienced it, even just once, you will realize that you have been doing only half of the asana practice.” ― Bernie Clark, YinSights In my eight years as a yoga

Gaiam Thirsty Yoga Towel Review

Overall Impressions of the Gaiam Thirsty Yoga Towel The is a mat-length towel. That means it’s 24 x 68 inches, long enough to cover all standard-sized yoga mats. Give the towel a spritz with water, lay it on top of your mat, and you’re ready to go.

Becoming You: A Journey in Vulnerability

Have you ever caught yourself in a never-ending cycle of ‘I’m not enough -ness?’ In a world where pop culture and social media call the shots, it’s easy to get caught up in the Land of Comparison. We have films, music, and now even our ‘friends’ telling

Choosing the Best Non Slip Yoga Socks

Non slip yoga socks have increased in popularity in recent years. Both experienced yogis and newcomers have decided for various reasons that they’d rather practice in socks instead of going barefoot. Socks provide an added layer of comfort and grip so you’re not slipping on your yoga

Would you buy a $1000 football leather yoga mat?

Most yoga mats cost less than $100. Only a couple of very high-quality mats (like the Manduka Black Mat Pro) exceed that threshold. But now there’s an entirely new price point for yoga mats, thanks to a company named Baller Yoga. This brand is offering a $1,000

The Importance of Finding the Right Yoga Mat

I have to admit it: I’m a total yoga mat snob. While I love the convenience of being able to borrow a mat from a studio, I choose instead to bring my own whenever possible, for two reasons. First, I have found that having the right mat

Mint Mind Yoga Mat Review

Overall impressions of the Mint Mind Yoga Mat “Thick” and “comfortable” are two of the words that immediately come to mind with the new Mint Mind yoga mat. Its thickness of one-quarter inch ties for the thickest of any of the mats we’ve reviewed. With thinner mats,