10 Things To Buy For Your Home Yoga Studio
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10 Things You Need To Create Your Own Yoga Studio

Time to find your zen.

10 Things You Need To Create Your Own Yoga Studio

Whether you've been a yogi for as long as you can remember or you're just now finding your zen, it's no secret that incorporating yoga into your routine has its benefits. It helps your body and your brain feel good — what's not to love? While you could find a class at your local gym or even follow an instructor for virtual workouts, sometimes it's nice to practice yoga in your own home.

That being said, creating your home yoga studio can be affordable and attainable. You just need a couple of key pieces of equipment and the right mindset.

1. A yoga mat


There are plenty of options, depending on if you want a super thick mat or a slim, non-slip mat. One way or the other, you need a mat that you feel comfortable on.

2. A dry-fit towel


Even if you aren't doing hot yoga, a dry-fit towel ensures you aren't sliding around your mat when you should be focused on downward dog.

3. Yoga blocks


Even the most advanced yogis can benefit from the extra support yoga blocks provide.

4. A diffuser


If you really want to bring the right vibe to your home yoga experience, a diffuser will do just that.

5. An essential oils kit


Well you need to make that diffuser smell nice.

6. Candles


For the ultimate ambience, light a candle.

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7. A portable speaker


You need to turn on some relaxing tunes for your yoga session. Or hip hop, you choose.

8. Grippy socks


If you're worried about slipping, these socks will ease your mind.

9. Ultra-grip headband


Having hair in your face is NOT zen.

10. Water bottle


Trust me, you'll need it.

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