If heading to the yoga studio at the end of the work-day was your thing, you might be finding yourself feeling rather anxious when it comes to social distancing during this time of quarantine. It can be hard to bring the yoga studio home with you if you do not know where to start. Thankfully enough, there are dozens of streaming services to choose from that you can access from the comforts of your home. That's right- you can stream yoga classes wherever you are! Whether you are brand new to yoga, or can do a mean Vinyasa like a pro, there is something for just about everyone. The good news too is that you hardly need any equipment - usually a mat or a towel will do! Here are the best yoga workouts to stream during social distancing:
Yoga with Adriene
If you are familiar to the online yoga world, you probably have heard of Yoga With Adriene before. Run by the lovely Adriene Mishler, her mission is to connect as many people as possible through high-quality free yoga videos that they can access through YouTube! What makes her classes so amazing are that they are welcome to all levels, all bodies, all genders, all souls! Those who are new to her channel can browse through her vast library of free yoga videos to find a practice that suits their moods or goals of the practice. If you're brand-new to yoga, you can check out her Yoga For Beginners and Foundations of Yoga series to help you kick-start your routine. Every video is also designed to give you the tools to build a happy, healthy at home yoga practice. All of her playlists have something to calm and relieve a tired mind and body, create space, tone and trim, or even find the time to practice mindfulness and relax.
Yoga For Everyone
Price: $14.99/month After A 30-Day Trail
Dianne Bondy is a world-renowned yoga teacher who created a yoga membership site or online yoga subscription program known as, Yoga For Everyone. Her lessons are specifically designed to be appropriate for every body, no matter what size or shape. Her website features many different types of yoga, from beginner yoga to even practices that focus on the chakra. She even has a 21-Day Yoga Challenge, that includes variations that can be done in a chair if you have medical injuries or other disabilities.
YogaGlo is like Netflix for yoga junkies. With classes in meditation, pilates, and yoga ranging from 5 to 120 minutes, you’ve got a giant library of videos at your fingertips. What is great about Glo is that it is designed to help you feel better in body and mind. They have classes such as SmartFLOW Yoga with master teacher Annie Carpenter. The practice blends both modern anatomy and classical yoga philosophy, which aims to create awareness and strength in the body, focus and curiosity in the mind, and presence and compassion in the heart. Sounds pretty interesting right? Check it out for yourself!
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