Thick Yoga Mats and Other Yoga Accessories – What Do You Need?

Brightly colored “Yogitoes Skidless” adorn the floors of yoga studios everywhere these days. Ask users what they are and the responses will vary. Some will call it their “yoga mat” and others will call it their “yoga towel.” Actually, the Skidless is something in between yoga accessories

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The inventor of the Skidless had an “Ah-Ha!” moment when he was trying to find a solution for a problem he was having practicing yoga on a rubber mat in his class. The mat became slippery and was making his practice not only difficult, but dangerous. He came up with the simple yet elegant idea of attaching silicone nubs to the bottom of a towel. The towel absorbed the moisture from his sweat and the nubs held the towel to the surface of the mat.

The Yogitoes Skidless has proved itself to be useful in so many ways that many users now consider it more of a yoga necessity than a yoga accessory. It serves its original purpose and also makes the perfect traveling yoga mat. A rubber mat is inconvenient for travel, but the Skidless packs away neatly and compactly. While it doesn’t provide the padding of a rubber mat, it does provide a buffer between you and any hard surface. You can use it poolside or in the privacy of your hotel room and not miss your yoga session for lack of a mat. When you’re at a gym that has communal mats, it provides a hygienic buffer between you and the mat.

At a recommended retail price of $64.00, the Yogitoes Skidless may seem expensive, but it will serve you well for years. If yoga has become part of your lifestyle and more than a casual interest, this product is something well worth investing in.

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