Yoga! What to bring to class & benefits of yoga practice
Best yoga products to bring to class according to the founder of Y7 Studio
A refreshing facial mist
"[This mist] is the best for a quick boost of energy before class."
It features a blend of soothing scents like sandalwood, neroli, clary sage, gardenia, and lotus to put you in the right mood. A little goes a long way, and you can also spray it on your sheets and around your room.
A comfortable, supportive yoga mat that doesn't slip
"These mats have more cushion and non-slip grip, which provide the best support for flowing in the heat."
They're eco-friendly, made from natural rubber, free from PVCs and synthetics, and Jade plants a tree for each one sold.
Strong but gentle hair ties
"I can go to and from the studio without messing up my hair."
The coiled Teleties hair ties don't damage or leave any indentations in your hair after you take them out. You also won't get painful ponytail-induced headaches.
An insulated water bottle
"They stay cold up to 24 hours, so they're perfect to take into the infrared-heated room. Plus, they're plastic-free and BPA-free. Gotta stay hydrated before, during, and after class!"
In addition to strong insulation, it has a condensation-free grip, and you have more than 20 stylish colors and prints to choose from.
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