5 Places to get Yoga Online
Moving is important during quarantine. It is true that we don’t have to hold ourselves up to a certain standard of being “extra productive” during all this because this is in essence a type of mass trauma. Actually getting out and moving is an essential part of your health and wellbeing and gives you both something to do during all this waiting and empowers you to be in control of your well being. In that spirit, here are 5 awesome places to get yoga online!
As the name suggests, the whole purpose of download yoga is that you can take it anywhere. Between a website, an app, and the option to download it all this site is perfect for your power yoga, vinyasa yoga, specific exercise training skills, and more!
If you’re on the new age side and unapologetically so, then Gaia is a great place for streaming yoga videos along with meditation and several other related topics. Might be a little too out there for some, but it is a resource for mind body and spirit practices.
Looking to dive deeper into yoga from the comfort of your own home? Yogi approved prides itself on having a ton of specific quality content, from bare beginner essentials to advanced alignment drills. A fantastic resource for all things yoga.
If you’re looking for a little flexibility in more ways than just the yoga, Do Yoga With Me offers both a subscription platform and an absolute ton of quality free content so that you can test out the waters before you commit. As a bonus you even get your first 2 months free, specifically an offer made for the quarantine of course.
Sometimes the most important thing to do during a crisis is to take a deep breath, and luckily these are just the experts you need. Anmol Mehta blog and meditation website just launched its free Pranayama yoga series classes, which are the breathwork techniques and methods of yoga. Learn everything from the basic benefits of Pranayama to advanced techniques of this profound but overlooked science and discover how to safely unlock your potential and personal growth through prana.
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