When you can’t make it to an in-person yoga class, these 10 virtual locations offer hundreds of options for streaming yoga, whether you’re an experienced practitioner, or just getting started. While some are perennially free, others offer free streaming for a week or two.
You don’t need to buy their gear or even enter your email to take advantage of the all-levels Power Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, and Yoga for Runners classes presented. Classes are taught by its global yoga ambassadors, among them Baron Baptiste and Janet Stone. All classes are free.
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This luxurious retreat center set in the rolling Berkshires also offers a wealth of online yoga options, most of them under a half hour, including a set of poses designed to reverse osteoporosis and a partner yoga sequence. No registration is necessary.
A respected Boston-area studio known for its no-frills instruction with such Iyengar luminaries as Patricia Walden, Down Under Yoga offers a free Online Yoga Library. It contains a range of choices, whether you’re seeking 15 minutes of Yoga Nidra or a 60-minute deep dive.
Register for 14 days free; choose from more than 1,300 classes.
Register for a two-week free trial. Classes range in level, from “Yoga for Every Body Basics” to “Elemental Sol Flow.”
The app offers free classes until April 1, 2020, as well as a special education deal. Sign up with a .edu address to receive free access until July 1, 2020.
This “yoga TV” channel offers free classes for a week.
A giant in the world of wellness, there’s a plethora of yoga here, free for a week.
Thousands of yoga classes taught by “yoga guides,” yours for free for 10 days.
Sixteen styles of yoga are offered for 15 days, free of charge. The app includes a choice of more than 4,000 classes.