Fitness Minutes: (92,969) Posts: 1,014 10/23/13 11:11 A
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...
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