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The Best Yoga YouTubers For Your Practice

by | February 15, 2019

Love doing yoga but don’t have enough time to enroll in a class? Here are the three best yoga YouTubers that can help you get fit and active within the comfort of your own home.

The Best Yoga YouTubers For Your Practice
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The Best Yoga YouTubers For Your Practice

Learning yoga in a studio with an in-person instructor is unbeatable. However, life happens and whether your schedule is hectic, money is tight, or if you’re not comfortable working out in public, it may not be a viable option. Thanks to the internet, namely YouTube, there are multiple online yoga resources for those who want to learn the practice in the comfort of their own home. It only takes 21 days to form a habit so here are the three best yoga YouTubers to help you continue your practice at home, free of charge.

Yoga With Adriene

Yoga with Adriene is a YouTube channel with content uniquely surrounding the yoga practice. Adriene is an international instructor and aims to combine the traditional art with “developmental movement, storytelling, and mindfulness.” She has an extremely wide variety of follow-along yoga videos including everything from “12 Min Yoga for Brain Power” to “Yoga for Surfers” to “Yoga for Weight Loss”. She often does month-long challenges where you can follow along to enjoy a new video each day of the month to build on the practice. Currently, with 470 videos posted, you will have no shortage of content to keep you going for a long time.

Yoga With Kassandra

Yoga with Kassandra hosts both follow-along yoga videos with a mix of lifestyle content. Her changing backgrounds in her videos show that you can do yoga anywhere, whether you’re on the beach or your living room. She also leads guided meditation on her channel as well as yoga challenges.

Sarah Beth Yoga

Sarah Beth Yoga is another YouTuber whose videos are almost all follow-along yoga videos with the exception of a few personal videos, such as her birthing story. Her follow-along videos range between 10 and 30 minutes, so you can even manage to squeeze in a lunch break session if you have the opportunity, She also has a few videos with prenatal yoga from her own pregnancy for any moms-to-be out there who are interested in beginning their yoga journey. Sarah Beth’s content will help ease you into the practice in a fun and safe way.

Who is your favorite online yoga instructor? Got more suggestions to add to the list of best yoga YouTubers? Let me know in the comments below.

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Gabriella Anaya

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