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The Best Internet Yoga

Karen Avidar

While going to a studio to practice yoga has several benefits, practicing at home is sometimes a more realistic option when you're traveling or have a tight schedule. There are plenty of amazing yoga classes you can pull up on your browser, some for free and others with a subscription. Here are some of the best options. 

1. Sky Ting TV

If you're looking for teachers that are easy to relate to and some unique sequencing, Sky Ting TV is the place to go. New to the world of online yoga, Sky Ting started with a yoga studio in New York's Chinatown and quickly expanded to Tribecca and Williamsburg after its initial success. The online classes are led by studio founders Krissy Jones and Chloe Kernaghan and filmed at Sky Ting's Chinatown studio filled with plants and natural light. There's a 7-day free trial and afterward, a monthly subscription is 20 dollars. 

2. Yoga With Adriene

Hailing from Austin Texas, Adriene Mishler has gained a cult following for her free YouTube yoga videos that have reached 5.5 million viewers. If there's anyone who knows how to hold space and make you feel like you're practicing with a friend, it's Adriene. Her encouragement, amazing instruction, and light-hearted personality will definitely impact your day for the better. 

3. Alo Moves

If you like options, Alo Moves is a great choice for you because of its vast selection of classes with world-famous instructors. Whether you're into Ashtanga, Vinyasa or Kundalini yoga, they have it all. The classes are filmed everywhere from modern lofts to plant-filled barns and are seamlessly edited. There's a 14-day free trial and the subscription is 20 dollars a month.


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