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ClassPlus™ UltraFit™ Yoga Mat Packs

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Complete packs of our premium mats that hold their own as your class holds their pose.


Packs of our 1/8" thick, nonslip-surface mats are available in 10-Student Packs with mats and accessories or 24-Student Packs that feature mats, accesories, and  a haul-it-all Magnus™ ABS Mobile Yoga Cart (5'H x 30-1/2'W x 16-1/2'D).

 Choose from Basic or Deluxe accessory options: 

Basic Packs include a set of 3 easy-to-follow UltraFit™ Yoga Charts, 3 instructional DVDs, and 3 music CDs. 

Deluxe packs include all Basic pack contents, plus 10 or 24 foam stabilizing blocks (9"L x 6"W x 3"H) for pose assistance.

Lastly, select the perfect mat for you with durable UltraFit™ Yoga Mats, chemical-free EcoFit™ Yoga Mats, or Instrux™ Yoga Mats that come with an instructor right on the mat! UltraFit™,  EcoFit™ mats are 64"L x 24"W;   Instrux™ mats are 68"L x 24"W. 

Sport Tips

Why incorporate yoga into my fitness program?

By using a combination of exercise and breathing techniques, yoga provides a total-body workout that has both physical and mental benefits. In most yoga classes, the focus is on physical poses (called asanas) that can be done quickly to increase heart rate and develop strength, or more slowly to increase stamina, improve balance, and promote flexibility.

There are two main components of yoga:

Exercise: Engages your core muscles and provides an excellent total-body workout. Enhances balance, flexibility, posture, coordination, strength, and endurance.

Breathing/Reflection: Improves focus and concentration and teaches stress management skills.

Whether incorporating yoga into a PE class or an afterschool program, the benefits of yoga extend beyond the classroom as students relate breath control and relaxation techniques to other everyday situations. Applying these techniques can help students' concentration and focus in the classroom as well as out, such as remaining calm in an argument or preparing for an exam. 

 

 

Why incorporate yoga into my fitness program?

By using a combination of exercise and breathing techniques, yoga provides a total-body workout that has both physical and mental benefits. In most yoga classes, the focus is on physical poses (called asanas) that can be done quickly to increase heart rate and develop strength, or more slowly to increase stamina, improve balance, and promote flexibility.

There are two main components of yoga:

Exercise: Engages your core muscles and provides an excellent total-body workout. Enhances balance, flexibility, posture, coordination, strength, and endurance.

Breathing/Reflection: Improves focus and concentration and teaches stress management skills.

Whether incorporating yoga into a PE class or an afterschool program, the benefits of yoga extend beyond the classroom as students relate breath control and relaxation techniques to other everyday situations. Applying these techniques can help students' concentration and focus in the classroom as well as out, such as remaining calm in an argument or preparing for an exam. 

 

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