Whatever workout you do, you're going to need a sports bra that's both supportive and comfortable. In my opinion, I think the greatest sports bras out there are the ones that you kind of forget that you're wearing them (aka they don't feel too tight, too loose, and they're like a second skin). You can get a good workout in, push yourself, twist your body in different ways, and do your thing. Sweat sessions can be challenging as-is, so why do you need the added stress of wearing something that is uncomfortable?
Not all sports bra are the same, though. There are sports bras for high-intensity workouts where you need extra support because you're jumping, running, and moving quickly. There are bras that are extra moisture-wicking. And some are better for lower-intensity classes like Barre or yoga.
The sports bras that are made for yoga can be softer and a little bit more comfortable than its high-impact counterparts. A lot of them are not as compressive and a bit more breathable and non-restrictive, making them easier to move in for those tough, twisty poses in yoga. But, they're still supportive enough for those challenging classes. I find that because these sports bras are extra comfy, I even wear them when I'm not working out and just lounging or running errands.
Below, we've listed some sports bra options for your next yoga class.
At just $16, this is probably the cheapest option on our list. But that doesn't mean it doesn't provide enough support—it's made for medium-impact workouts, so you can wear it to yoga and an indoor cycling class.
It doesn't get easier than this bralette. Like other Girlfriend Collective pieces, it's made from recycled water bottles. It features adjustable straps, a seamless design, and sun protection (UPF 50+).
If you're looking for more coverage and support, this Natori bra is engineered to provide extra coverage and support for larger cup sizes. The straps are adjustable and it's got a hook-and-eye closure in the back.
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