Yoga Mat Reviews and Recommendations


Helloooo to all,

So, I am trying find a good / reliable yoga mat but I dont want to spend a fortune.

A fellow yogi recommended a brand she had been using for some time - A Tiny Bit Fit (

I’ve seen the mat she has and it seems great, just as good as my old Manduka mat, but at half the price. I am thinking about giving them a shot.

Has anyone had any experince? Do I need to be spending $100-150 or can I find similar quality at a better price, if I sacrifice brand?

Looks like they’ve recently set up on Amazon too… all 5 star reviews…

The “eco-friendly” mat
The professional mat

Interested to hear your thoughts? Do I really need to be paying through the nose for a mat?


You can buy a great Yoga mats: Nike, Adidas, Lululemon, Manduka, Hummal yoga mats,…
Yoga mats made from PU or TPE is good. Or you can try a mat made from natural rubber, but it so expensive.


Hi…All great forum on discussing on yoga!


Thanks so much. I went ahead and got this one:

It’s a little heavy but its probably the best mat I’ve had yet.


I got my Black thick Yoga mat from World Fitness


I think Manduka mats are great! yeah the’re kinda expansive, but long lasting and eco-friendly
Really good in my opinion.



I got mine from Form - love it, actually have 2 now as they do round and rectangular styles. Worth the investment as will last a long time. Eco-friendly, really grippy and machine washable (life saver after bikram!!! :):hugs:



I just picked up my Eco-Friendly TPE Yoga Mat Here :
I’m very happy, my mat is of very good quality at a very reasonable price :wink:
I really thing that TPE Yoga Mats are the best.


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Back in the 70's everyone used a folded blanket, but when I got back to Yoga in 2015 I used my daughters, cheap from Walmart but the surface started to fall apart. and get bits left behind.

I now use a Jade Yoga rubber mat, and the company plants a tree when you buy one. It's serving me well, had it a couple of years, stands up to Hot Yoga classes.


$72 is quite a lot for a yoga mat, you can buy a yoga mat with beautiful decoration, as for the quality and eco-friendly issue, I didn't hear about the brand, but it shouldn't be bad if they sell it for $72. So if you like the design, just buy it.

I use Toplus yoga mat (around $25, bought on Amazon) it's a basic yoga mat, non-slip, appropriate thickness, so far so good. And I just received a survey from Toplus to help determine what they provide for next season. I feel so good to participate in it.



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Best yoga mat is ECO and natural.
I can recommend Freeme Yoga cork and natural rubber mat.

100% Non-Toxic, Sustainable, Eco-Friendly, Natural.
They use natural cork and rubber. Freeme Yoga cork mat has a natural non-slip and self-cleaning surface. Cork is a source of self-healing trees, therefore its use does not damage the environment. Natural rubber is obtained in sustainable agriculture from trees. It is 100% biodegradable.

eco friendly
plant based
non slip
renewable resource
chemical free

Cork naturally kills bacteria, mold, smells.It does not cause any allergies. There is no need for frequent cleaning. After intense use (especially hot yoga), spray the mat with water and wipe towel.


I use Toplus Ripple Print Yoga Mat. Non-slip and made of TPE, eco-friendly material. I've practiced yoga for several months, about 3 times a week, I washed the mat several times and it looks still good.


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Hi, we sell eco friendly yoga mats and they are of fantastic quality. We have a pre sale going with 10% of the mat, Eur 99 with a free yoga towel. The mats are made of natural rubber with super soft suede and has fantastic grip. Unfortunatly going eco friendly is still more expensive than not and also more expensive than it should be. But if we all get together and pay a little more and get that demand going, more and more businesses will go eco friendly, there will be more competition, production prices will drop and "going eco friendly" will be the only option. If you want to see our designs you can check out Have a fantastic day :slight_smile:


Hi, there are a plenty of eco-friendly yoga mats in the market today. And just like you, each of us has our own specific yoga mat requirements or expectations. So it's really important that you look at all available options and pick the one that suits you best.

I've researched the best eco-friendly yoga mats available in the market right now and put together about 15 of the best yoga mats. I hope that you will find the article useful and it can help you pick the most suited yoga mat for you. While you're at it, if you're looking for the Best Yoga Mat for Travel, here's another article that will offer you 9 of the Best Travel Yoga Mat options. Namaste!


I was in the same situation as you with regards to the spending. I ended up buying 3 different mats which came to a total of €100 in the end so it was a false economy. I ended up sucking it up and buying a Liforme mat That was about a year and a half ago and I have never regretted it. The grip is amazing, there is just the right amount of cushion and the lines for alignment are great.

Can't recommend it enough


I have a mat from MatMat shop and its amazing. The design is amazing, the grip is fantastic and love that they are eco friendly and give back to a charity. Any one know of this company? Think its pretty new as I havent seen many people talking about it. But I have a friend who had one and after I tried hers i was convinced. www, if anyone wants to check them out


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