Yoga Socks, how do they work?





I must be honest the first time I saw the Yoga Socks in the Gaiam catalog, I thought they were a little weird. I have been doing yoga for about 25 years or so. I had always done it barefoot on or off a mat. One day while shopping in Target, I came across them right next to the yoga mats. I thought that I really should try these so that I can find out if they’re worth the purchase or not.

The yoga socks are like regular socks, but they have the toes separated and rubber grippers on the bottom. The whole idea behind using these socks is to eliminate the need for a yoga mat. I think they are such a great invention and I don’t know why someone didn’t think of them sooner. I have tried them without a mat just as they are intended to be used and they work really well. I have even tried them on an area rug; they work just as well to give traction during many poses. They also work with a mat to get better traction for poses such as Warrior 1, 2, 3 and 4. There are times that the bottom of the feet can get sweaty while doing these poses, and not to mention while holding the poses. These would also be ideal for anyone who doesn’t like to go without socks, such as in a public yoga studio. I would say that they are well worth the money. If you can find them at Target, they are around $10. If you purchase from Gaiam Catalog, they are about $19.98.

Well, I hope this has given you some good information about Yoga Socks. They may be something you have been looking for and just didn’t know they were out there. I would really enjoy hearing your comments, if you have or have not used them. I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Enjoy your day!

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