"I've been spending some time lately practicing my asanas on a Kiss The Sky yoga mat, and have found it to be a well thought out product that not only performs well, but is also a more sustainable alternative than many of the other yoga mats on the market. Of course, a purpose-built yoga mat isn't necessarily a requirement for a yoga practice, but a properly designed mat can be a useful tool for adding a bit of cushion between you and the floor, while also supplying the right amount of grip for helping your body stay stable and secure during your practice sessions."
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"Another company, Kiss the Sky, makes its mats from recycled pre-consumer rubber (basically, manufacturing scraps) in a similar grind-and-glue manner, and takes its mats back for recycling into new ones."
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Companies like Manduka and Jade Yoga produce mats made from this material [natural rubber]. Kiss the Sky takes it one step further and uses recycled scrap rubber for their mats.
"Imagine a mat so stable that your practice improves. It grips your hands and feet. It grips the floor, and stays grippy as things heat up."
"Yoga may look easy but it can be really hard. Yoga poses stretch your muscles and increase your range of motion, it takes a lot of strength to hold your pose! Kiss the Sky supplies you guys with the best #recycled #rubber #mats that will help you grip onto the mat thus improving your practice." @consumedifferently