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Home Workouts: 5 Online Yoga Classes to help you – Move, Breathe & Flow

Keep the positive vibes flowing from the comfort of your own living room Shala. Yoga is one of the best daily practices you can introduce into your life in order to calm the body and still the mind.

Connecting and restoring using basic movement and breathing techniques; yoga has the power to transform and bring balance.

With the right tools and programs, you won’t ever have to leave your house to reap the benefits of yoga. 

Time to switch off and put the “om” in home, all you need is a yoga mat and some props if you have on hand. And if anything, do it for the savasana!

1. Yogaholics

Create a positive morning ritual with a class from Yogaholics Australia. They offer heaps of different class styles for releasing stress, getting grounded, building mindfulness and more. Yogaholics is Power Living’s online yoga platform offering access to a wide range of teacher-led yoga videos, step-by-step posture tutorials and guided meditations. From Vinyasa to Yin – wherever you are and whenever you need your yoga fix.

Best for: Perfecting your sequence techniques.

2. Glo

Glo is a subscription based online yoga platform offering unlimited yoga, Pilates, and meditation classes ranging from 5 to 90 minutes. There’s even themed programs which are focused on targeted goals such as yoga with weights, detoxing, and even a practice that’s “better than vino” (for unwinding around happy hour time).

Best for: Helping you become the zen human you were destined to be.

3. Gaia 

Stream yoga with soul. Discover hundreds of yoga and meditation classes; from vinyasa flow to foundation basics for beginners. Practice unlimited yoga on Gaia all month for less than the cost of a studio drop-in. 

You’d be hard-pressed to find a yoga class you don’t love, given that there are more than 8,000 videos (or classes) right at your fingertips. Match classes by style (vinyasa, ashtanga, Hatha, etc.), experience (beginner through advanced), time constraints, and focus (evening wind down, to an energy upper).

Best for: Yoga style collection.

4. Do Yoga With Me

An online yoga resource and community whose mission is to make yoga accessible to the world. Almost half of their content is free – no gimmicks and you don’t even need to create an account to access it. There’s an incredible variety of instructors and yoga styles to choose from, including Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin, Kundalini, and Ashtanga as well as power and prenatal classes.

Best for: Community spirit. Intermediate-level yogis who are interested in broadening their horizons with new breathing techniques, meditations, and yoga styles.

5. Yome 

Yome catalogs hundreds of YouTube yoga videos and can be sorted by level, style, even topic (“detox,” “knee pain”). If you’re a regular user, you can choose to bookmark your top videos to a list of favorites. It’s a super easy way to build a library of routines and change up class formats to suit your mood and energy levels on the day.

Best for: People who want to try a new routine every day.