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the top 16 online yoga video streaming platforms

the top 16 online yoga video streaming platforms

by Lauren Soucey lauren soucey
Practice Yoga | Hatha Yoga | | What is Yoga? | | Home Practice |


looking to practice yoga at home? stream your favorite classes with one of these best platforms

Do you love practicing yoga, but find that daily circumstances prevent you from making it to your favorite studio or classes? Location, time, or convenience doesn't need to be an issue with online yoga streaming. You can have the luxury of working on your independent practice wherever and whenever you'd like. Imagine not having to wait for your favorite class or instructor, and being able to practice with guided classes in the comfort of your own home, or even while traveling. There are quality platforms within all price ranges, and we gathered and reviewed the top sites to help you find your favorite.

1. myvirtualyoga.com

Are you a visual learner, who makes decisions best with colorful help and user friendly websites? The My Virtual Yoga platform provides descriptions of different styles of yoga, with colorful coding to help members to choose the best yoga for their practice. The network allows the user to select videos by many categories: styles, themes, studios, teachers, levels, and length. Perhaps the most outstanding characteristic of this platform is the option to navigate and practice yoga using the French language. If you are a native French speaker, or looking to study the language in a creative way, Mon Yoga Virtuel is worth checking out!

Trial: 7 days free.
Monthly Fee: $19/month or $199/year.
IG: @MyVirtualYoga

2. yogaglo.com

If you are you concerned about not having a personal element to practicing at home, this website is for you. The Yogaglo team prides themselves on having world-class, experienced teachers to guide you through your practice. You can search through their profiles and find a teacher whose practice style matches with your needs. Make yourself more comfortable in your practice by becoming familiar with the setting of Yogaglo’s real yoga studio located in Santa Monica, CA. Classes are taught and filmed here at the same time! If you want the feeling of being in a group setting from your own home, Yogaglo is an incredible site to explore.

Trial: 15 days free.
Monthly Fee: $18/month unlimited.
IG: @yogaglo

3. Ekhartyoga.com

Looking to test the yoga streaming waters for a month? This site allows access to their 86 programs and over 2,000 videos for the entire month at only 1€. EkhartYoga is more than just an online yoga video streaming platform, it is a site founded and run by yogis. Alongside their yoga videos, EkhartYoga offers an accessible blog with open doors to join the yogi community. If you are someone looking to practice yoga, as well as be educated and informed through a range of topics, this platform offers over 750 articles with subjects relating to yoga, anatomy, philosophy, health, food and more!

Trial: 1€/ 1 month.
Monthly Fee: 12.50€ monthly or 10€/month annually.

4. yogisanonymous.com

Yogis Anonymous is a real yoga studio based in Santa Monica, California, that regularly films their yoga classes and streams them online. The good news is that you don’t need to be anywhere near California to access these videos or be a part of the community! Get to know the teachers and regular yogis attending the class while you are at home anywhere in the world. Yogis Anonymous gives the user a creative way to choose classes asking them to fill in the blank on one of these few questions: “I’m feeling…,” “I want to…,” or “I need relief from…” If you answer, “I’m feeling anxious,” calming yoga videos with titles such as “Super Chill” will come up for your easy access.

Trial: 15 days free.
Monthly Fee: $15/month.
IG: @yogisanonymous

5. yogaanytime.com

Yoga Anytime is unique in its approach to cultivating a relationship between the yogi and their teacher, practice, or topic. Not only does this platform have yoga videos to stream, but they also created the Yoga Show. Yoga Anytime presents over 70 themed yoga shows that tailor to your needs including subjects like Freedom Yoga with Erich Schiffmann, inspiring “deep inner listening, trust, and the courage to be yourself” and Inner Workings with Kira Sloane, “designed to increase Self Awareness.” With unlimited access to 1,000 yoga videos, Yoga Anytime is comprised of various opportunities for at-home yogis looking to satisfy a range of needs.

Trial: 15 days free.
Monthly Fee: $18/month.
IG: @yogaanytime

6. grokker.com

Looking for a platform with experts to personally answer your questions and provide you with information you need for your practice? If you are a person who desires the 1:1 communication and advice, Grokker is the best choice. A website rich in variety of content, Grokker users can not only access yoga videos, but many other workouts and articles related to health, such as HIIT workouts, mindfulness for better sleep and delicious recipes for protein pancakes. The platform is inaccessible without registration, a process that is relatively easy and can be cancelled at any time.

Trial: 14 days free.
Monthly Fee: $14.99/month unlimited.
IG: @grokkerinc

7. yogajournal.com

Yoga Journal is a great site to visit if you want to get many uses out of one platform. Yoga Journal is a media company with information on poses, meditation, life, people, blogs, yoga studios, events, teachers AND yoga videos! You can choose the best video for you through categories of how-to, level, culture, or life+style. Trying a new pose, but unsure of how to go about it safely? Make sure to check out the ‘how-to’ yoga videos for great tips and advice. Subscribe for 9 issues of the magazine per year, or go online to get information and videos for free.

Trial: free yoga videos.
Yearly Fee: 9 issues at $13.95/year.
IG: @yogajournal

8. gaia.com

A platform devoted to “empowering the evolution of consciousness,” Gaia offers over 7,000 videos, films and documentaries related to yoga, transformation and seeking truth. Gaia makes accessing this content easy with availability on the new Apple TV, Roku, IOS, Chromecast, and on the web. Proposing a few different plans of annual, monthly and 3 months, you can choose the best option that fits your lifestyle. Choose yoga videos based on style, teacher, level, duration and focus. If you want to stream videos that explore and connect with your soul and higher levels of consciousness, Gaia is for you!

Trial: $0.99 for first month.
Monthly Fee: $9.95/month, $20 for 3 months.
Yearly Fee: $95.40.
IG: @wearegaia

9. myjoyyoga.com

Perhaps you find yourself overwhelmed with navigating the different categories that many of these platforms have to offer. If so, My Joy Yoga, available on the computer or through an app, offers 6-8 live streaming classes per day! Just turn on your device at one of the given times and involve yourself in a real time class filming from studios in Houston, Texas. These sessions usually range from 6 a.m. CST and go until as late at 9:30 p.m. CST depending on the day of the week. If you are unable to attend the live virtual classes, there are also many on-demand videos that can be accessed at any time.

Trial: No free trial, but they offer some free on-demand videos - Monthly Fee: $14.99/month or $99/year - IG: @myjoyyoga

10. doyogawithme.com

Do Yoga With Me is an online yoga video website for yogis of all levels (beginner, intermediate and advanced) and needs. The best part? It’s FREE. This website offers hundreds of free yoga videos, relying on subscriptions and donations to keep the platform running. Do Yoga With Me offers ad-free and additional videos to monthly and yearly subscribers. This platform is perfect for someone who finds they don’t have the funds to pay for classes at the studios or to subscribe to access such content. College students who want to begin or continue their yoga practice without the bonds of fees might consider this platform.

Trial: Free unlimited.
Monthly Fee: FREE or subscribe $5 monthly, or $55 for 12 months.

11. yogadownload.com

Yoga Download is a platform that understands the importance of affordability and flexibility, offering a reasonable monthly fee, as well as free 20 minute videos. With reference to the name, Yoga Download, members have the option to download the yoga videos to use on their devices at any time, depending on which plan you sign up for. For example, $12/month will give you access to all videos, with the ability to download four of them, or $18/month will give the member unlimited access to downloading. Yoga Download has a community of over 200,000 followers, so if this website fits your lifestyle, become a part of the team!

Trial: $1/ 2 weeks.
Monthly Fee: $12/month for access or $18/month unlimited.

12. codyapp.com

What makes Cody different than other platforms out there is the option to choose the package you want, subscribe, and then get lifetime access to these videos. For example, want to work on your flexibility? The Pure Flexibility package is a month-long series for all levels, including 3 hours of content for about $30. This includes a 30-day satisfaction warranty and lifetime access. Their home page allows access to their content all at once with only one tab titled “Explore.” Offering videos at skill levels, beginner intermediate and advanced, Cody proposes multiple plans by different categories such as single classes, flexibility, restorative and nutrition.

Plans: ranging $30 + lifetime access per package.
IG: @codyapp

13. Seebenow.com

This interactive website encourages its viewers to be a part of choosing their journey. Set up in 5 steps. First, sign up, then set up your space and third, choose your focus (mind, body, or self). For example, if you want to sit, watch and learn, you would choose mind. Want to move, sweat and flow? Body. Feel, breath, listen: self. Step 4: choose your element: air, earth, fire, water or ether. Use the platform to help curate your experience. Lastly, choose a presenter and your episode. See Be Now is a platform with a small team that strives to have its viewers experience more connection.

Trial: 33 days FREE.
Monthly Fee: $12/month.
IG:@seebenow

14. Downdogapp.com

Down Dog is an app that typically features vinyasa yoga, with three options of sequence types: Full Practice, On Your Feet, and Restorative. Although free to download and use, this platform also offers a paid pro-membership for access to more options such as changing the music style, or pace of your practice. Easy to access on multiple devices, Down Dog gives the options of choosing a practice based on sequence type, level and length. If you want an app with amazing accessibility and the choice to save practices, check out Down Dog.

Trial: NO TRIAL, FREE ACCESS.
Monthly Fee: $7.99/month, or $49.99/year.
IG:@downdogapp

15. Yogainternational.com

This well-developed and interactive platform offers so many options for yogis at any level. Yoga International allows users to practice at the time of streaming or on their own, with options to stream a live class or download an already made video. The site offers a list of qualified teachers and many styles of yoga, including kundalini, yin and yoga therapy. What makes Yoga International stand out? Perhaps their digital workshops, which are videos provided on topics, including anatomy, self-massage and chakras, to help their users pursue their interests with motivation and support!

Trial: 30 days free.
Monthly Fee: $14.99/month, or free basic membership.
IG:@yoga_international

16. Yogiapproved.com

Yogi Approved arranges its classes in terms of bundles available for users based on specific skills they want to work on, such as “learning to handstand.” The cost is per bundle, and ranges from about 5-7 classes. New bundles come out each month and there is one free class per week, for those who want to try a new style or pose before they buy a group of classes. Once you buy the bundle, you can stream them on demand at your convenience. Yogi Approved also offers many interesting articles for its yogi community and the option to join their newsletter.

No monthly fee, pay per bundle around $20-30.
IG:@yogiapproved


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