While it seems to be harder to keep up with a fitness routine or start a new one due to the Covid-19 pandemic — mainly if you’re used to going to a yoga studio or a gym — we can’t argue it’s never been easier to start a yoga practice.
With a ridiculous amount of YouTube channels, apps, and online courses available, the hardest part is which one we should choose. To save you some time, we’ve done our homework and we’ve listed the top ten yoga channels to help you find your favorite and get started.
With nearly 10 million subscribers, Yoga with Adriene is the largest yoga channel on YouTube. Adriene is mainly focused on the Hatha Yoga style. She has plenty of videos for stretching, relaxing, and unwinding — but also for those who could use a refresher, there is Yoga for Weight Loss or Total Body Yoga playlists.
Mark and Juliana are a Canadian couple who used to travel the world while shooting Yoga and Pilates classes in jaw-dropping landscapes. From Beginner Yoga to Intermediate, Yin Yoga, Yoga Workouts, Hatha, Astanga Inspired, Morning Yoga you can find whatever suits your current level. They also share a bit about their personal lives, vegan recipes and guided meditations.
Bird’s videos focus on restorative yoga, morning yoga, and yoga for beginners with new weekly videos. This channel is perfect for those who don’t have much time to work out or stretch — Bird has plenty of 5 minutes and 10 minutes Yoga videos. So, no excuses!
The Yoga Room is an actual yoga studio based in Texas. Zelinda Yañez, the studio’s owner, is super tranquil and her purpose is to help yoga practitioners of all shapes and sizes to have a comfortable and welcoming practice.
Candace is the best-selling author of Namaslay, writer and certified yoga teacher. Her videos range from 15 minutes to 60 minutes and cover a wide variety of themes. Candance taps into one of the main issues when doing an at-home yoga practice: the lack of an in-person instructor. Because she gives more technical instructions, you’re likely to get closer to a studio practice.
Cat is one of my favorite yoga teachers. The way she conducts her online classes makes me feel like I’m right there, next to her! For intermediate and advanced yogis, who are looking for leveling up their games, she’s the right fit.
Cat’s videos range from 15 to 30 minutes mostly. But if you want videos longer than 30 minutes, you can sign up for her monthly membership, The Soul Sanctuary.
Amber Karnes created her channel, Body Positive Yoga, which is a “low-pressure, judgment-free yoga for big bodies, creaky joints, and beginners.” Amber also talks about embrancing and loving our bodies as they are.
The German Flo and the American Bree are digital nomads and yoga teachers — besides yoga classes, they also talk about traveling, meditation, health and happiness.
Flo makes videos focused on yoga for men, intermediate-advanced levels, yoga for athletes and BJJ athletes, breathwork and movement classes. Bree’s videos are for all levels and taste!
Pamela is on YouTube since 2013 and has over 6 million subscribers. With free fitness videos on real time and yoga classes in different versions: Beginner, 30min per day, 45min Slow & 45min Hard, simply have a look at the YouTube Playlists to filter the workouts depending on your level.
Ashtanga is such a beautiful yet difficult practice and it can be intimidating for some people. If you’re familiar with this practice, Purple Valley Ashtanga has videos about Yoga anatomy, led classes and for those who are practicing ashtanga for a while, will benefit from intermediate series demonstration with commentaries videos.