Grossed out by the sweat during hot yoga?

I took a hot yoga class once. Those who know me might say I run a little warm, others simply call me ” sweaty girl” (affectionately). Hot yoga for a sweaty girl is not a fun sight. But I liked the class which is taught at our local All That Matters studio so I went about finding a solution and found the  eQua Hot Yoga Towel .

According to the company, the eQua was developed “in response to the common problem of excessive puddling during a sweaty yoga session allowing the user to perfect their poses instead of dealing with a perspiring distraction from their practice”.

The Hot Yoga Towel is made with ultra soft, double knit microfiber—that remains super gentle on the skin but tough against toxins. Outperforming ordinary cotton or polyester towels, when spread over the yoga mat the Hot Yoga Towel forms a plush, sweat-trapping barrier and slip-resistant, hygienic foundation—absorbing the maximum amount of moisture while keeping yogi’s mat clean and dry.
 
“We know how distracting perspiration can be during a high intensity yoga session,” said Manduka CEO, Sky Meltzer.  “So to assist the yogis that are heating up their practice, we wanted to offer a high quality product that allows the user to enjoy their practice without the diversion of slipping and sliding on their mat.  The eQua Hot Yoga Towel is the perfect solution—not only is it super absorbent, but it also provides a hygienic barrier—keeping bacteria away from the user and off their mat.”
 
Made to fit most yoga mats and user styles, the Manduka eQua Hot Yoga Towel is 72 “ x 26.5” and is available in Candy (pink), Olive (green) and Scuba (blue). Able to withstand countless washings, the eQua Hot Yoga Towel is both machine washable and dryable—sweat it out, toss it in the wash and start your practice all over again.  Whether you glow, perspire, sweat or seep—Manduka’s eQua Hot Yoga towel has your mat and your mind covered.
 
Like all of the towels in the Manduka eQua Towel collection, the Hot Yoga Towel is created according to fair labor production standards.  It has an MSRP of $55.00

posted by Kimberly Lancaster | newscaster

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