What to look for in yoga flooring.
- Safety: A a smooth, continuous surface without gaps, nails, or other elements makes good yoga flooring. Yoga flooring should also offer adequate traction to help prevent slips or falls.
- Low-maintenance: Yoga floors should be easy to clean and disinfect.
- Durability: A yoga studio flooring investment needs to last. Review warranties and life expectancy for the flooring that you are considering.
The amount of traffic your yoga studio will see should be a determine factor in deterring which flooring to choose.
Keep in mind whether the floors will be used strictly for yoga or whether other types of activity will take place on the floor. If hot yoga will be practice, check into its expansion tendencies in hot temperatures.
Nothing is more important in yoga floors than the comfort that they provide to the level of cushion provided is a critical factor. It should offer enough cushion for comfort without impeding your ability to perform.
Consider the look of your yoga studio flooring, including existing design elements or color schemes in the studio itself.
While all of Greatmats flooring is designed with easy installation in mind, some of yoga mat floor tiles are ideal for temporary installation, while other options are better for longer-term installs. Some can serve both purposes.
For excellent shock absorption and padding that challenges your balance, consider martial arts mats. Martial arts mat floor tiles are highly durable, yet are also well-padded to create a comfortable yoga floor.
Karate Mats are some of the firmest martial arts mats and are made of a high density EVA foam. They will offer the greatest stability with excellent cushion. These mat tiles have give, but create a firm surface with plenty of support. Available in both brilliant colors and woodgrain finishes, this yoga mat tile flooring take just minutes to install.