#4 SukhaMat Yoga Wheel

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The SukhaMat features a unique design pattern that certainly manages to draw the eye. Keeping with the trend of the last couple of yoga wheels it is also made of environmentally friendly, recyclable PC alloy plastic.

Recyclability aside it manages to succeed in all the other areas that you would hope for it to. The textured padding is designed to be exceptionally comfortable, the package includes printed and PDF instructions, and the wheel can very comfortably sustain the weight of any grown adult.

One problem that beginners often run into, even when they have instructions is overcoming the learning curve of the yoga wheel. SukhaMat works to help you overcome that learning curve by supplying links to videos that will provide you with all the instruction you need to get started.

Those looking for a bargain are also in luck: While it would be hard to say that this product is a cheap yoga wheel (cheap, after all, is very relative) it is certainly on the more affordable end of the spectrum when it comes to products of this category. The quality to value ratio present here is definitely tilted in your favor.


  • Beginner Friendly
  • High-Strength Alloy
  • Recyclable
  • Lightweight


  • Wood Pattern Looks Cheap
  • Padding a Little Slippery

#5 Reehut Yoga Wheel

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The Reehut is a very affordable, extremely portable, and sufficiently durable yoga wheel for yogis of all skill levels.

The foam padding wheel is designed to be antibacterial, which is actually quite nice when you consider how much sweating occurs during a yoga session. The sweat resistant component of the foam layer will also come in handy as sweat can lead to dangerous slipping.

Unfortunately, this wheel is made to sustain a lot less weight than the other models that we have looked at on this list. With a maximum weight capacity of around four hundred pounds the limit is significantly lower than that of say, the Risefit, but most people still won’t run into any problems.

Like many of the other models featured on this list, it also comes with a few basic instructions that will help beginners get the most out of their purchase. The included ebook will help even the newest beginners gain a little bit of confidence with the yoga wheel.

Personally, I am also a fan of the relaxing turquois inlay featured on the wheel. My opinion is that it helps support the relaxing mindset necessary to maximize your yoga performance.


  • Lightweight, Very Portable
  • Ebook
  • Relaxing Appearance


  • Lower Weight Capacity
  • A Little Small For Some Peoples Frames

#6 Clever Yoga Stretching Yoga Wheel

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The Clever Yoga Stretching Yoga Wheel is designed to be the most comfortable product of its class—a big plus for the yogi that likes to spend many hours practicing their passion. Clever Yoga has accomplished this by layering their thick padding on both sides of the wheel…..

To be honest, I don’t really know why the dual-sided padding would make the difference, but I do know that the Clever Yoga wheel is comfortable.

Comfort, in this case, doesn’t in any way negatively impact the durability of the model. This wheel is designed to support well over six hundred pounds of weight so you can stretch very confident in the fact that you will be safe as you perform your movements.

Unfortunately, it's a little bit more on the expensive side, especially in terms of wheels that we have looked at on this list but that is not to say that it is unaffordable. If you are on a very specific budget you may opt for one of the cheaper models, but otherwise it is an excellent prop for those that want to stretch comfortably.


  • Available in Multiple Sizes
  • A Great Option For People of All Sizes
  • Detailed Instructions
  • Maximum Comfort


  • A Little On The Expensive Side

#7 Yoga EVO Yoga Wheel

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This colorful wheel is designed to be comfortable, and durable. The design featured here is eye catching (some may consider it a little bit busy, but I am personally a fan) and the plastic resin frame is designed to comfortably support any body type.

Unfortunately, like the Rehut the maximum weight capacity isn’t everything that it could be (around four hundred pounds) but the vast majority of yogis are going to be able to comfortably use this prop without worrying about the frame losing stability. Larger people are still using this wheel to great success which is definitely a big plus.

The cushion also succeeds at being both comfortable and tacky—which is really great because the two things can at times be mutually exclusive. If you want a simple but fun wheel that will keep you safe and comfortable this is definitely going to be a good option to consider.

Unfortunately, there aren’t any reference materials included but aside from that the cons are fairly minimal. It’s a good yoga wheel that will fit the needs of most yogis.


  • Comfortable
  • Good Grip
  • Unique Design Options
  • Durable


  • Low Weight Capacity

#8 Peace Yoga Wheel

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The Peace Yoga wheel comes in a chic black design that is built to support the frames of users between five and six feet of size. The height limitation is actually a somewhat peculiar component of an otherwise very stable wheel.

The weight capacity is also similarly a little bit limited at five hundred pounds (not the lowest we have seen so far, but certainly not among the highest either). I personally consider these to be very mild cons though to be fair I am also comfortably in between five and six feet tall.

Overall, this is a really good wheel that also happens to be available for a price that would be extremely difficult to beat.

While the standard look for the Peace Yoga is all black you do have some color options here as well, which is sort of nice if you care about the appearance of your yoga props. These things in mind, the Peace Yoga Wheel offers a really good bargain for the Yogi that wants a lot of quality for a relatively affordable price.

True, there are a couple of mild limitations that I’m not crazy about but those aside this is a really reliable product.


  • Durable
  • Affordable
  • Color Options


  • Low Weight Capacity
  • Peculiar Height Limitations

#9 321 Strong Yoga Wheel

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The final yoga wheel that we will be looking at on this list is a high-quality model that will be sure to improve upon your stretches in a way that will certainly increase your overall well-being.

I really like this wheel. It has the build of a pricey model but it is available for a rate that makes it competitive with any of the other wheels that we have looked at on this list.

The 321 Strong Yoga Wheel is made to be lightweight so that transporting it from your home to the studio isn’t a hassle, and it still manages to be very durable.

Unfortunately, it does have something of a reduced weight capacity (maxing out at five hundred pounds) but like the other wheels featured on this list the weight limit should not be a problem.

If for whatever reason you don’t like the 321 Strong Yoga Wheel it isn’t going to be a problem. The manufacturer offers a no-hassle satisfaction guaranteed return policy so that you can get your money back.

If you want a lightweight but durable yoga wheel that is available at an affordable rate this is going to be a good option to consider.


  • Great value for your money
  • Made of only pure micronized creatine monohydrate
  • Vegan-friendly and contains no additives
  • Micronized for better absorption
  • Lab tested for high quality
  • Blends well


  • Seems to have a bitter aftertaste
  • The packaging bag is difficult to seal

Stuff to Consider When Choosing The Best Yoga Wheel


Yoga wheels aren’t generally extremely heavy but they also definitely vary in size. Most people end up moving around a lot with their yoga equipment making frequent trips to and from the studio which is why you will probably want to get one that is easy to transport. 


Throughout the list, I mentioned the weight capacity of most of the wheels. You probably noticed that most of them could support far more than your body weight. What’s the problem then, right? Well technically speaking there shouldn’t be one.

Even the lower weight capacity units should be well-equipped to handle the frames of most yogis. Still, a higher weight capacity is going to give you a little bit more security so that you don’t need to worry about sustaining injury or damaging your wheel. 

If you can get a wheel with a high weight capacity at a bargain it will certainly make for a good buying option to consider.


Padding is another important consideration. In fact, aside from safety, it may very well be the most important consideration to make. Ideally you will find a wheel with padding that is comfortable while still providing a good grip so that you don’t need to worry about slipping as you perform your movements.


Design probably shouldn’t be at the forefront of your considerations but as you likely noticed from this list you do have a little bit of option in this department. If you are going to be spending money on a product that you plan to use extensively you might as well enjoy the way that it looks, right?


Not all yoga wheels are the same size. Pay attention to the dimensions as you shop around. Purchasing a wheel that is too big or too small is not going to be an effective way to practice your passion so don’t waste money on something that you can’t use.

Often enough you will be able to find size recommendations somewhere within the description of the product but if you can’t find it there you can always try contacting the manufacturer or reading comments from people that use the products regularly. 

Environmentally Friendly

If you can get a yoga wheel that is environmentally friendly it’s certainly going to be a big plus. As you likely noticed from the list above many wheels are made with recyclable materials. If you value the well-being of the environment, buying an eco-friendly wheel is an easy way to show your support. 


A yoga wheel is going to encounter some wear and tear that will eventually damage the frame if the unit hasn’t been made with durable materials. Not only will this end up costing you more money in the long run, it can also pose a pretty significant risk to your safety. If your wheel breaks mid-pose you may sustain injury. Buying a quality product will help to minimize that risk. 


There are a lot of yoga wheels on the market that cost way more than they should. In some cases, we are talking hundreds of dollars. The truth of the matter is that there is no reason to be paying that much. You can definitely get a reliable wheel for under fifty dollars so shop around a little bit and look for a good deal.

Of course, you also don’t want to go too cheap. You want materials that are built to last. If you find a wheel for under $20 it is fair to be a little bit skeptical. 

Other Things to Consider

Yoga is all about feel. If you are comfortable with a product, you like the way it looks, the way that it can be transported, chances are it is a good fit for you. Your first two priorities when it comes to buying a yoga wheel should be safety, and affordability.

You need a model that isn’t going to collapse on you as you as you make your movements, and of course you also need something that is within your budget. Everything else is a matter of personal preference. Taking the time to find a wheel that you like will make your yoga sessions a whole lot more enjoyable. 

Final Thoughts

I know, I know. There are a lot of options out there and it can definitely be difficult to determine which is the best for your needs. The good news is that this is a fairly low stakes buying decision, especially if you decide to buy from this list. All of the above-listed options are of an extremely high-quality so there really isn’t any going wrong here.  

Just pay attention to the specifications of each, decide what you value in a yoga wheel, and make your purchase! You will be glad that you did when your yoga sessions start going better than ever before.

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