Yoga Mat Review – 8 Sustainable Yoga Mats Tested

Hi my friends. In this yoga mat review I will be testing 8 new yoga mats for you. AND: Most of them are eco-friendly, sustainable yoga mats! I will be evaluating the material, grip, weight & thickness of the mat, the design, washability and the price. The brands I am testing are Vioyoga, Joy in Me, Southern Shores, Kurma Yoga, Lotuscrafts, Mantrafant and Body Sculpture.

If you enjoyed this yoga mat guide, you could also watch my previous mat review:

Love,
Zeynep

Yoga Mat Bag Review

Following my review of yoga mats, I have been testing a few yoga bags and would like to introduce them to you:

Dzaino

This is one of my favourite yoga bags at the moment. The bag has perfect width so you don’t have to worry about getting your yoga mat in and out of the bag.
The quality of the material is just amazing! The outside material is denim (post-consumer-waste) and the inside lining is made of organic cotton. It says it is handwash only, but I had it in the washing machine and it seemed fine!

Yogamatbag No. 62: currently out of stock

Vioyoga

Another yoga bag I really like is from Vioyoga. This bag is perfect for the summer with its tropical design. Stylish and useful at the same time.
You close the bag with a drawstring and it also has an adjustable shoulder strap.

It is made of 100% cotton and produced by people with disabilities in the “Bonner Werkstätten”.

 

 

Bakchich baba

This bag is slightly different to other yoga bags; it is more like a normal handbag but it has a very useful front pocket where you can put a yoga mat inside.

The actual bag is really big, so you can fit quite a lot of other items in it too.

Black yoga bag: 35,00 €