Our view on the baby-related items
Inever thought there could be a bad option for a yoga mat until I ended up buying a mat that gave me no grip and left me slipping all over the place during my class. That’s when I realised yoga mats are not always created equal. Luckily, I got my hands on the TEGO Stance Truly Reversible Mat with GuideAlign. As soon as I received it, I quickly booked my next yoga session. Its PVC material was not only soft to touch but also cushioned and comfortable. I loved the unique feel and found the padding more than enough for my knees. I was slightly worried about the mat getting slippery, but it has held up well. It had a fantastic grip and felt so nice under my feet and hands. On one side of the mat, the guide align design helped keep my posture in check so I could balance better, stretch deeper and achieve the full benefit of the pose. When I reversed the mat, the honeycomb structure provided a confident non-slip grip, perfect for my extended sweaty session. Yoga mats become a source ground for sweat accumulation during rigorous workouts and tend to decay after some time. To my surprise, even after multiple uses now, the mat did not flake out or stink. It’s closed cell construction reduces the impact of sweat seeping into the mat thereby improving durability and overall hygiene. I enjoy taking the mat to my local yoga class and it’s also nice to set up at home when I feel like stretching but don’t want to do on my concrete floors. It folds down nicely without any hassle and it’s light weight allows for easy travel. Although the mat is light and compact enough to store seamlessly in a personal bag, it comes with a quiver bag that has a padded shoulder strap and separate storage space for keys, wallet and phone.