The Yogabed is a universal comfort memory foam mattress that takes inspiration from the pressure-relieving aspects of yoga to deliver a comfortable nights sleep.
The Yogabed is an all memory foam mattress made up of several layers of memory foam and gel memory foam to provide cooling and comfort during the night. Yogabed created their own specialty foams instead of using conventional ones available with the goal to achieve superior comfort and cooling.
Read our Yogabed review to see what we think of this mattress and how well it delivers on its promise to change the way you sleep!
Construction / Materials
The YogaBed mattress is a 10″ thick memory foam and gel mattress made up of 4 layers of instant response foam, YogaGel, a breatheable foam base, and a super high density foam base. The company created its own proprietary foams to achieve the optimal mix of comfort, cooling, and support.
- 1″ Top comfort layer – This layer is made of 1″ Yoga Instant Response foam and designed to provide comfort and pressure relief and is highly responsive so the mattress allows you to switch positions without feeling trapped in foam.
- 2″ Middle support layer – This layer is made of 2″ YogaGel and provides cooling and contouring support, but is really the main layer for the cooling properties in the mattress.
- 6″ Third foundation layer – This layer is made of 6″ breatheable foam base and provides a mattress shape and support and allowing air flow throughout the mattress to also enable heat dispersion.
- 1″ Bottom foundation layer – This layer is made of 1″ super high density foam and provides a strong foundation for the layers above.
The Yogabed has a soft, breathable removable cover which has a nice textured pattern to it and adds to the comfort of the mattress.
Firmness & Support
The YogaBed is a universal comfort mattress, coming in at a 7 on the firmness scale (10 being firmest). The combination of instant response foam and YogaGel in the comfort and support layers provide a good degree of firmness and support overall for a variety of sleeping positions.
We felt the mattress was a little on the firmer side, but it does mold to your body and over time seemed to soften up for me, although for the most part firmer universal comfort mattresses tend to feel more firm to me than Kaye due to the difference in our weight.
Support was good with the YogaBed, as the 10″ design provides comfortable sleep in a variety of sleeping positions, although when sleeping on my side I felt a degree of pressure on my shoulders and hips due to the firmness of the mattress.
The YogaBed is a moderately comfortable mattress, with the instant response foam, YogaGel, and breatheable foam base construction providing a comfortable night sleep in all sleeping positions. The mattress seems to hug your body to a degree but does not cause a “trapped” feeling of sinking into the foam due to the responsiveness of the top layers.
As mentioned above, the firmness caused me a degree of pressure in my shoulders and hips when sleeping on my side, but Kaye did not feel the same most likely due to her smaller frame and less weight.
The YogaBed sleeps rather cool due to the gel layer, although there were a few nights where we woke up feeling hot sleeping on the mattress. For couples, memory foam as a rule tends to sleep hotter, and even with gel layers, latex, or the various attempts to create a cooler sleeping surface heat can build up.
Sinkage & Motion Transfer
There was a average amount of sinkage with the YogaBed mattress, but as usual this depends on sleeper weight. As I weigh 230 lbs, when sitting upright or near the edge I compressed the mattress to a large degree. When lying prone, however, this was less the case and the Yogabed did a decent job of supporting my weight.
As for motion transfer, there is a moderate due to bounce from instant response foam amount that we encountered when sleeping on the YogaBed mattress as a couple. This is an important factor for us, as excessive movement from our mattress causes sleep disruptions for both of us. The YogaBed has somewhat of a bounce feel similar to latex, which some people may not enjoy as it can convey motion more so for couples.
Smell / Off-Gassing
The YogaBed had moderate amounts of off-gassing when we unboxed it, which is average compared to the other mattresses we have reviewed. The smell went away over a few days, but was present
YogaBed provides pretty much the standard amount of customer service you can expect in a “Bed In A Box” online mattress retailer. This includes:
- 365 Night Sleep Trial
- 10 Year Warranty
- Made in America
- No questions asked return policy
- Free Shipping
The Yogabed comes with 2 free foam pillows, which we REALLY like and are quite comfortable and one of our favorite memory foam pillows so far.
The YogaBed is reasonably priced at $799 for a queen and the company offers a $100 off coupon on their site as well.
The YogaBed is a very well made and well balanced mattress with a nice feel of comfort and support for a universal comfort mattress that leans to the firmer side of the firmness spectrum. The top layer has great response and a nice bounce factor.
The YogaGel layer and overall design of the proprietary foam layers helps the mattress breath and sleep cool during the night as well. As it pertains to couples, there was a degree of motion transfer due to the responsive top layer and we felt some heat at times due to our combined bodies sharing a bed.
Construction / Materials9.0 /10
Firmness & Support8.8 /10
Sleeping Hot9.0 /10
Sinkage & Motion Transfer8.5 /10
Smell / Off-Gassing8.0 /10
Customer Service9.5 /10
- Responsive Feel
- Quality Materials
- Good Support
- Sleeps Cool
- Some off-gassing
- Some motion transfer