Is this week flying by for anyone else? I feels like it was Monday yesterday. I’d rather have the week go by in a blue than drag on forever though, so I’m not complaining. Is your week going by fast or slow?
Before I get into some of my favorite YouTube channels for yoga, I wanted to share my workout at the gym yesterday morning.
I spent 30 minutes on the elliptical doing some steady state cardio. It felt so good to sweat and get moving yesterday. I finished up my workout by doing a cool down on the track for 10 minutes.
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I know that going to a studio for classes ins’t in everyone’s budget (financially or time wise), so I thought I’d share some of my favorite YouTube channels for yoga. Here they are in no particular order:
If you’re at all into ashtanga yoga, you’ll have most likely heard of Kino. She active on social media and has lots of videos on YouTube too. A lot of her videos are more tutorials on certain poses rather than classes – so helpful if you’re so close to getting into a pose, but need a little more work to achieve it.
Tanis was actually one of the three teachers I had in my 200 hour yoga teacher training. She has a few yoga nidra practices on YouTube. She was so great at leading them in person, and it really comes across in the videos as well. If you enjoy yoga nidra you’ll love these.
Five Parks Yoga
Erin the the yogi behind Five Parks Yoga. She has lots of classes posted on YouTube with all kinds of different classes. I’m willing to bet that you’ll be able to find something that you’ll like. I have wrist issues that make poses like downward facing dog and chataranga hard for me to do, so I really like her wrist free classes.
Yoga with Adriene
Adriene also has a ton of videos to pick from when it comes to picking a practice. I’ll typically do a couple of her shorter 20 or 30 minutes videos back to back for a longer practice.
Yoga by Candace
Along with yoga videos, Candace also has some meditations that I’ve enjoyed. I’d much rather do asanas than meditations when it comes to yoga, but I really do like her meditations.
Yoga with Kassandra
Kassandra shares a good variety of different practices on her YouTube channel, from yin classes with no props (which is great since you’re most likely doing it from home) to beginner yoga.
Do you have a favorite yoga channel on YouTube? Share it in the comments below. I would love to try out some new to me yoga.