Q&A: I need to purchase a yoga mat and it be suitable for using on a carpet. Which type should I get?

Question by suzanne: I need to purchase a yoga mat and it be suitable for using on a carpet. Which type should I get?
I have seen various materials available and do not know which type of yoga mat would not move about on a carpet. Anyone have any clues where and what type to buy?

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2 Responses to “Q&A: I need to purchase a yoga mat and it be suitable for using on a carpet. Which type should I get?”

  1. lululemon athletica January 26, 2014 at 7:17 am

    Hey Suzanne,

    You’re right, there are lots of yoga mats out there all of different materials and thickness it can be a bit overwhelming. As you are practicing on carpet, you don’t really need a thick mat unless you need extra padding for an injury. Most regular mats will have a thickness of ~ 0.4 mm and is the ideal thickness. Any thicker and the added cushioning will reduce your stability.

    In terms of material, it’s really up to you and what you are looking for. Have a feel of some different mats and see which you prefer. Some mats are made of natural rubber, so if you have an allergy to latex be sure to stay away from those.

    Hope that helps,
    Jenna
    GEC Online Community
    lululemon athletica

  2. There is a spiritual aspect attached to yoga because its based in Hinduism, Janism, and Buddhism. So basically it promotes and incorporates a specific spiritual system and religious philosophy that not everyone ascribes to. That in its self is wrong.

    You can eliminate all the spiritual & religious stuff with stretch aerobics. Stretch aerobics does not have any religion or spirituality attached to it. Stretch aerobics, unlike yoga, is pure exercise.