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Whether you're practicing chair pose or peacock pose, the Hugger Mugger Gallery Collection Ultra Mat is a great option for any yoga level. The 6mm cushion is especially comfortable for sitting, kneeling, or lying poses while the sticky surface keeps you stable no matter the asana. The mat is lightweight, easy to transport, and features original artwork from local Utah artists to inspire your practice. Long-lasting, the Ultra mat has no heavy metals or phthalates, but rather is made from polymer environmental resin which is oil extracted from biodegradable plant secretions to produce a plastic-like material.
- Cushioned yoga mat perfect for sitting, kneeling, and lying poses
- Nature inspired original designs created by local Utah artists
- Sticky surface for stability through any asana
- Durable PER material has no heavy metals or phthalates
- Item #HUG001O
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
So I needed a Yoga mat for an upcoming Yoga class at work. I picked this one as it is a 6mm mat - thinking I would need a little extra cushion as I am a Yoga newbie... we will see. I will update my review after the class if I dont LOVE it. But it has a great feel, cushion to it. The colors are vibrant and energizing which is a plus. Seems like a nice quality piece of equipment.
This mat is pretty cute. I'v only used it a couple times at home, and so far I've liked it. No complaints!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I'm new to yoga and was drawn to the design on this mat ( I got the "Blue Moon" color.) I've been taking several classes a week and have gotten several compliments on it! The cushion level was really great to start on for me - so I'm really glad I got it.
One thing I will say is that I find myself slipping around a bit. I'm not sure if its just because I'm new to the practice, but I just got the Manduka SuperLite Travel Mat for when I travel for work, and it feels much *stickier* in comparison. Still, I've enjoyed using this in all classes I've been in (nothing hot, just yoga and fitness/flow classes) and haven't felt the need to use a towel with it.