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Visually Impaired Yoga Mat
The VIYM® Yoga Mat is a revolutionary tool that redefines accessibility in yoga for those with visual impairments, tactile sensitivities, or motor challenges.
Our mat contains unique features that enable blind, low vision, limited-sight, and physically challenged users to practice yoga—safely and confidently.
VIYM® Yoga Mat Features…
Crafted with the unique needs of each yogi in mind, our mat features innovative tactile ‘stations’ that guide your hands, feet, and head to the right positions, ensuring safety and proper alignment.
Raised center line keeps head and spine aligned during yoga postures.
Raised hand and foot stations for perfect placement.
Clear L and R shapes and braille for low vision users
Comfort & Confidence are Included
— Ali is a sighted yoga student from Massachusets
Let’s Bring Yoga to Everyone
Whether you’re navigating the challenges of limited vision or seeking a sensory-friendly yoga experience, the VIYM® Yoga Mat empowers you with the confidence and independence to embrace your yoga journey. Experience enhanced balance, alignment, and a deeper connection to your practice, all while enjoying a yoga mat designed to turn obstacles into opportunities for growth and well-being.
VIYM® is designed to enable those who are blind, partially blind, or who may face physical challenges, to practice yoga safely and confidently.
- Clear raised markings help keep head and spine aligned during yoga postures
- Foot & hand stations for perfect placement
- Braille for blind and sight-challenged users
The mats can be used by young people and adults in physical education classes, rehabilitation facilities, community centers, homes or yoga studios.
Watch Our Yoga Mat Demo Video
— Mary is a low-vision yoga student in Washington D.C.
YOGA MAT & YOGA TRAINING TESTIMONIALS
Our customers rave about the VIYM® because it provides real benefits and tremendous freedom for yoga students of all ages and ability.
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