5 Online Platforms Offering Free Yoga Classes
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5 Online Platforms Offering Free Yoga Classes

Wellness
Leah Freeman-Haskin
Leah Freeman-Haskin Jul 14, 2020

With everything going on, this is the time to make self-care a priority. If your yoga practice has always been a source of inner wellbeing, but has taken a backseat recently, it’s time to return to your mat. Here are some free online resources to help you get started.

YouTube is a great place to start to find hundreds of free online yoga classes. From Yoga with Adriene to Fightmaster Yoga, led by YogaWorks teacher Lesley Fightmaster, you can find classes for every level and nearly ever style. KinoYoga also offers a 30-day yoga challenge and tutorials to dive deeper into your favorite poses.  

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Almost half of the content on Do Yoga With Me is free. You don’t even need to create an account to access it. To use the site for free, you can choose to come and go as an unregistered user or sign up for their free community membership, which allows you to comment on the site and contribute to the forums. The site offers yoga classes, meditation sessions, and pose challenges for its community.

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You can easily sort through Yome’s library of hundreds of free yoga classes with filters such as practice level, class length, and style to find the right practice for you. Try a new routine every day and save your favorites to your personal library for easy future access.

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Daily Burn offers a free 30-day trial. Through the app and online platform, your personal yoga instructor will carefully guide you through each down dog, chair pose, and leg lift. You can customize your workout based on level and categories such as weight loss and hip openers.

Their mission is to show the world the incredible life changing things that happen when you root an intensely physical workout in the mindfulness of yoga. Usually available through a monthly subscription of $19.99, CorePower Yoga is now offering access to a selection from their massive online library for free. Offerings include both yoga classes and guided meditations.