Top 10 Yoga Channels to Follow on Youtube
We’ve already talked about what you need to start your yoga practice at home. So now you have the equipment,
suitable yoga clothes, the space and everything you need but where to learn the right way of doing it? If you don’t want to spend your money on DVDs or expensive classes, you can always start with Youtube. There are tons of great yoga channels that enable you to salute the sun from your own backyard.
Of course, not all of them will suit everyone but if you do a little bit of research and try a few video sessions, you’ll see what suits you the best and we’re sure you’ll enjoy your yoga moves a lot!
Adriene kindly and calmly guides you through each step and her workout routines are easy to follow. Our favorite video is Bedtime Yoga Sequence that will get you ready for bed like nothing else. And if you’re looking for a great yoga challenge, try her “30 Days of Yoga”, the videos are usually 30 minutes long and you will easily get into the habit of doing yoga every day.
Tara is a founder of Strala Yoga, a movement system that ignites freedom and creates an easy feeling in your body. Her channel will introduce you to a wide range of yoga moves from basic to more challenging ones. She uploads short yoga videos on her channel and you can buy full versions of those workouts on her website if you fancy a longer session.
On PsycheTruth, you’ll find videos focused on yoga sessions with a specific goal, e.g. yoga for relaxation, yoga for energy, abs or bedtime yoga. The best thing about this channel is that there’s a new video almost every day so you can be sure you’ll always find new interesting content to practice your yoga poses, whether you’re a beginner or you have been doing yoga regularly and want to constantly up your game.
If you’re done with Adriene’s 30 Days of Yoga and you’re looking for the next challenge, DoYouYoga is here with their 30 Day Challenges. This yoga community brings together instructors who upload various routines, including a Yoga Detox or Yoga for Hangovers. Both of these can be definitely useful.
Sarah Beth’s channel is an excellent one to follow especially if you’re a beginner. You can choose from a variety of playlists, depending on what you’re looking for, e.g. a bedtime routine, flexibility, morning yoga or Bikram yoga. And if you feel like Adriene’s 30 days of yoga is too much right now, try Sarah’s 7-day yoga challenge.
Simple and calming yoga sequences that you’ll love, that’s what Candace’s channel is all about. It offers an excellent selection of 15 – 30 minute long routines and her soothing voice will talk you through common pose challenges or solving mental health issues, such as anxiety or sleeplessness with yoga.
The Bad Yogi shows us we don’t need a perfect form or a perfect body to practice yoga. You can enjoy the relaxed approach not only when watching yoga videos (either full-length or short tutorials) but also while you learn something more about fitness and nutrition. You’ll also come across some life tips for all the “bad yogis” out there and we’re sure you’ll enjoy it!
Kino Yoga is a channel that will support your practice with all the tools you need. The yoga videos are beginner-friendly so you don’t need to worry about not having enough experience and Kino will also guide you through almost every yoga move you can think of. It’s basically a yoga pose encyclopedia and if you follow her videos, you’ll soon have a much better understanding of all the yoga postures.
Don’t worry guys, we didn’t forget about you! Sean has something for everybody. Whether you’re looking for quick videos that target specific muscle groups or enjoy one of the longer yoga sessions. It’s an excellent channel for full-length yoga routines and he’ll guide you through every video with a brilliant sense of humor.
Full range of videos for seniors, office workers, pregnancy, beginners and advanced yogis from just a minute to more than an hour long sessions. The channel will most likely have a video that will address any ailment or body ache you might be suffering from.
Each instructor brings something different, whether in the way they talk you through their videos or what their main focus is. But whether you’re a beginner or you’ve just been searching for some new yoga channels to follow, these are all worth looking at. In the end, it’s just about finding what suits you the best. So go get your yoga mat, put workout clothes on and let’s get started!