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Thanks for sharing such an interesting and useful links
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Our choices define us. E. Kant
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I bought a travel mat sometime ago that folded instead of rolling up, but I found that it took up too much room. I have tried a couple different kinds of the hand and foot gizmos and found a brand I really like. yoga paws shop.yogapaws.com/collections/yogapa
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I've been wondering the same thing. On my last trip I didn't use a mat at all. I found that I shortened downward dogs and warriors to keep from slipping. It was not at all okay. I wonder about the hand and foot gizmos. Are they sticky/grippy enough to be used instead of a mat? I just now looked at the Manduka website and they have a foldable super light mat. It looks good but does it slip and slide? I usually carry on my back all that I travel with in my car-less adventures meaning that I travel as light as I can. Hmmm...
Addendum: I just looked at Yoga Paws: www.yogapaws.com/travel_yoga_mat/ These are looking great to me. Does anyone know if they are comfortable and grip enough?
Edited by: PETALIA at: 10/23/2013 (11:25)
I always use my $14.99 yoga mat that I bought from TJ Maxx years and years ago. It's always there for me!
What is your choice of yoga mat to travel with?
Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self.
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