Durable and comfortable, skin-friendly and dirt-repellent and dirt-repellent: a Pilates mat from our PILATESSTAR range has all the Properties that characterise a good Pilates mat. The quality mats for Pilates training are available in various colours and designs. Find the perfect mat for your Pilates workouts.

Pilates mat basic

This Pilates mat is a good standard model, which we offer in four different Colours (red, cobalt blue, green and black). It is robust and retains its full suppleness and resilience even after a long time Resilience. Like all our mats (including those in the yoga segment), it contains neither neither DOP nor AZO, so it is absolutely skin-friendly. The Pilates mat basic offers a comfortable thickness and a dense cell structure, which provides a great cushioning and a pleasant feeling when practising. Coldness on the floor is successfully kept out, and above all, it is easy on the joints. This Pilates mat is generously sized and has proven itself time and again in practice time and time again. The Pilates mat basic was specially developed for Pilates practice practice, but can also be used for physiotherapeutic exercises exercises. This Pilates mat is extremely popular and always a wise choice Choice.

Pilates mat pro

The Pilates mat pro is the model for all those who have very high demands on their mat Mat and is particularly popular with advanced Pilates practitioners who train intensively. At the same time, it is also exactly the right Model for all those who want an innovative, environmentally friendly material material. The Pilates mat pro is made of TPE foam, an organically decomposable material decomposable material. The by-products produced during the manufacturing process are also (all completely free of harmful substances) are completely recyclable pVC, but is also not a rubber mat and can therefore also be used by latex-allergic people Latex allergy sufferers. This high-quality mat is an absolutely worthwhile purchase. The Pilates mat pro is available in three different Colours (blue, cobalt blue and bordeaux), whereby the blue version is Blue offers a thicker thickness of 15mm than the other two colour variants

For Pilates beginners: Why do you need a Pilates mat at all?

Not all Pilates exercises are performed on equipment such as the Reformer or the various barrels. A large number of Pilates exercises are performed standing, sitting or in the prone or supine position lying on the stomach or back. For this you need a cushioning and hygienic base in order to be to be able to practise without pain and in a way that is easy on the joints. Some examples of such Exercises are listed here:

What exercises can I do on the do on the Pilates mat?

On a Pilates mat you can do many different different exercises can be performed on a Pilates mat. Here are just a few examples:

  • Swan Dive
    In Swan Dive, you lie prone on the Pilates mat and stretch your legs about shoulder-width open legs about shoulder-width apart, while your arms are stretched out in front of you arms are stretched out in front. Now rock back and forth on your Pilates mat. This exercise can almost be considered a full-body workout. It stretches and strengthens the back, among other things
  • Spine Stretch Forward
    This is an exercise that is performed while sitting: You sit on your Pilates mat with your legs stretched forward and your feet flexed Pilates mat, stretch your arms out in front (parallel to your legs) and then slowly then slowly round your back. Make yourself tall or show length in the spine and Spine and at the same time lean forward until the fingertips are over or even above the toes the toes or even point beyond them
  • Cat Stretch
    This exercise, which is very beneficial for the spine, is the movements of a cat (especially the "cat''s hump") and is also known known from yoga. You kneel in a quadrupedal position on your Pilates mat and and round your spine upwards with pleasure
  • Rolling like a Ball
    A Pilates exercise that strengthens the back and trains the sense of Balance is "Rolling like a Ball": you sit down on your Pilates knees bent on your Pilates mat, pull your knees closer to your upper body with your your back and roll back and forth dynamically on the Pilates mat dynamically back and forth.

  • Helicopter
    This is an exercise from Standing Pilates, so you stand on your Pilates mat Mat; the arms are first raised to shoulder height and then Arms are first raised to shoulder height and then brought into a diagonal position (one arm goes up sideways with the exhalation, the other goes down to the opposite side) down to the opposite side; with the inhalation the arms come back to the Arms return to the starting position). This movement is performed several times Diagonals several times forcefully.

Note: The brief descriptions given here do not replace detailed exercise instructions Exercise instructions.

What features should a Pilates mat have?

A Pilates mat should offer good cushioning, so that the joints are protected, the movements are cushioned and you can practise can practise comfortably. The Pilates mat should therefore not be too thin Too thin. At the same time, of course, it should also guarantee hygiene and it should be dirt-repellent and easy to clean. After all, a lot of sweat a lot of sweat during training, so the material of a Pilates mat has to be must be easy to keep clean. The Pilates mat should be stable and long-lasting and not become brittle, even if you use it every day and roll it up for storage rolled up for storage. Last but not least, criteria such as skin-friendliness and Freedom from harmful substances should be a matter of course.

What is the difference between a Pilates mat from a yoga mat?

There are two main differences between a Pilates mat and a yoga mat yoga mat is more slip-resistant and thinner than a Pilates mat a Pilates mat. While the type of exercises in Pilates require a particularly good padding, i.e. a thicker mat, in order to protect the joints sufficiently joints, a yoga mat does not have to cushion to the same extent. For Stability, e.g. in balance exercises, a mat of lesser thickness is even more mat of lesser thickness. At the same time, yoga requires grip, i.e. a mat that is as non-slip as possible mat that is as non-slip as possible. In Pilates, on the other hand, it can sometimes be helpful sometimes even helpful if it is possible to glide on the mat to a certain extent. That is why the Pilates mats have a smoother surface than yoga mats. This comparison shows that it makes sense to buy a Pilates mat Pilates mat, even if you already own a yoga mat.

What are the advantages of a a Pilates mat from PILATESSTAR?

A Pilates mat from PILATESSTAR fulfils all the requirements mentioned above requirements mentioned above (see under "Which characteristics should a Pilates mat have? Mat") and is available in different colours and at good prices prices. In addition, you will benefit from our proven and much praised customer service as well as our fast shipping.


I need Pilates mats for my studio Studio. Can I order a bulk order?

We are happy to supply equipment for Pilates studios. Larger quantities of Pilates mats are available. If you have any questions, our competent Service team!

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