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The Best Yoga Apps For All Difficulty Levels

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Many fitness enthusiasts have incorporated yoga into their weekly workout routine. Yoga provides many benefits including:

  • Increased flexibility, energy, and muscle strength. 
  • Decreased stress and anxiety. 
  • Improved athletic performance.
  • Prevents injury and helps relieve chronic pain. 

There are an endless number of reasons why yoga is great to practice. However, understandably so, many people can’t afford or don’t have the time to go to yoga studios. Instead, there is the option of trying yoga workouts and poses at-home using the best yoga apps.

Free Yoga Apps:

Pocket Yoga

Pocket Yoga is a great app if you are new to yoga and want to try new poses. The app includes some already compiled workouts with poses based on difficulty. Otherwise, you can create your own routine by selecting poses you are comfortable with. You can search poses based on difficulty (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced) and various categories such as Arm & Leg Support. 

Pocket Yoga is available on Google Play and the App Store

Daily Yoga

This is an all around great app for anyone who practices yoga. According to their website, it is used and liked by 50,000,000+ yogis from around the world. The yoga classes on their app are sectioned into 7 categories: Beginner to Master, Getting Toned, Health Enhancer, Meditate with Gurus, Selection for Pros, Quick Yoga Fix, and Just for Women. The platform also includes special selections like 30 Days of Yoga Challenge and Total Body Healing. 

Daily Yoga is available on Google Play and the App Store

Down Dog 

This app doesn’t just include yoga sessions, but other popular workouts today including HIIT and Barre. Users can choose the best yoga practice for them based on their yoga level, type of yoga, and length of the session. Music is added to your workout that perfectly matches what you’re doing. 

Down Dog is available on the App Store

Yoga Studio

If you are looking to do some yoga with your family, try this app! It not only includes pre-designed yoga sessions and guided meditations, but family yoga classes as well. You’ll have access to 25+ HD video classes and 280 detailed yoga poses. You can also create your own customer classes with full pose videos. 

Yoga Studio is available on Google Play and the App Store

5-Minute Yoga

5-Minute Yoga provides users with quick and simple routines that can be done at any time of the day. Every pose in a routine comes accompanied with images and written instructions. 

5-Minute Yoga is available on Google Play and the App Store

Paid Yoga Apps: 

Glo

Often when you hear of yoga, you also associate it with meditation and pilates. With Glo, you get unlimited access to 4,000+ yoga, mediation, and pilates classes. When you join, you will be asked various questions to help customize what classes and exercises are recommended for you. In 2020, Glo was a Women’s Health Fit Tech Award winner. 

Glo is available on Google Play and the App Store. They offer a 15-day free trial and costs $18 – $22.99 per month. 

Asana Rebel

Get access to hundreds of workouts from yoga to HIIT by using Asana Rebel. They provide curated workouts to meet your specific health and wellness goals. To help relax, they also have mediation classes and soothing sounds to help you fall asleep. 

Asana Rebel is available on Google Play and the App Store. 

Alo Moves

Choose from thousands of yoga, mediation, barre, HIIT, pilates, and other classes on Alo Moves. Decide what classes you want to take based on your lifestyle, free time, and skill level. What is amazing about this app is that you can download class videos in the event you have no Wi-Fi connection.

Alo Moves is available on Google Play and the App Store. After the free trial expires, it costs $20 per month. 

Gaia

Gaia isn’t just an app to find yoga classes on. They strive to provide original classes, shows, articles, and films to help get in tune with your mind, spirit, and body. Getting healthy doesn’t always involve one’s physical body, but their mental state and emotions as well. 

Gaia Moves is available on Google Play, the App Store, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast. After the free trial ends, a monthly subscription costs $11.99 per month. 

Find What Feels Good: Yoga with Adriene

Adriene is one of the top yogis younger audiences love, especially her YouTube videos. She not only caters to those looking to practice yoga, but those looking to meditate and improve their lifestyle. There is a ton of content available to users ranging from vegetarian recipes to themed playlists to yoga camp series. 

Find What Feels Good: Yoga with Adriene is available on Google Play and the App Store. After the free trial ends, it costs $9.99 per month or $99.99 annually. 

So, whatever your yoga, wellness, and fitness goals are, choose the app that caters to your needs. Take one small step towards improving your own wellbeing. 

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