For the majority of us who have a busy life, adding a yoga class to an already busy schedule can become a challenge – some people find it impossible. However, there are people who can fit it during lunch and have a studio that is walking distance from work, those who work from home can easily do a class either during lunch or after work and there are those who have to make time at night to attend a yoga studio like myself and also practice at home.
Before mats became the standard prop in yoga practice, the grass or even the ground was used as the surface on which to do yoga. Connecting to the elements was an essential reason for this. However, over time, additional padding became necessary as yoga postures became more advanced.
When doing yoga, it’s important to remember that there is a lot of movement and stretching involved and sometimes you might be practicing in a hot room when doing Hot Yoga.
Therefore, comfort, ease of movement, durability and performance are very important in choosing the right fabrics.
So, what fabrics work the best for your yoga practice?