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Yoga Apps to Download While You Practice at Home

Take care of your mind and body.

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You already know the incredible benefits of yoga (better posture, increased flexibility, healthier blood circulation, overall improved energy and mental health, etc.), but busy work schedules and overpriced studios can inhibit regular class attendance—even though we know how good it'll make us feel afterwards. (Not to mention, we're currently in the middle of a pandemic and can't head to a studio anyways.) Whether you're a newbie or a self-proclaimed yogi, find your balance by downloading one of these amazing yoga apps, below. Take care of your mind and body without having to leave your living room.

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The Glo app has 16 different styles of yoga, pilates, and meditation, with rave reviews about the instructors. "I have been using the website for 6+ years and I go back to the same classes again and again," writes one reviewer. "I have been to many gyms around the country and also done other yoga online, and really. truly nothing compares."

5 5 Minute Yoga


So, you're a newbie. And you also consider doing more than 10 minutes of exercise at once a form of personal hell. The solution: Start or end the day with this free 5 Minute Yoga app that serves up a variety of quick poses suited for beginners. (It's also great for pros who have busy schedules.) Believe it or not, just five minutes of yoga per day will help tone muscles and relieve stress. Plus, you can track your progress directly on the app.

6 Find What Feels Good: Yoga with Adriene


One reviewer called YouTube-famous yoga instructor Adriene Mishler's Find What Feels Good yoga app "thoughtful, professional, strengthening, and enjoyable." Download it and gain access to 25 hours of her videos, as though Adriene's instructing you directly in your living room. The app will give you the option to save your favorite sequences, and you can start with a seven-day free trial before deciding whether you want to pay $9.99 per month. However, if the rave reviews are any indication of how good the classes are, it's worth the subscription fee (and much cheaper than any IRL yoga class would be).

7 Daily Yoga


Daily Yoga, a.k.a. the yoga bible, offers 500+ asanas, 200+ guided yoga classes, pilates, meditation, and 50+ workout plans that are a dream for anybody looking to create a healthier version of themselves. Each workout comes with step-by-step instructions, three different intensity options, and optional scheduled plans to keep you on-track to achieve your goals. Bonus: It connects directly to the Apple Health App and offers the ability to ask experts questions and get feedback on different routines. Subscriptions start at $13 per month.

8 Asana Rebel: HIIT Yoga Workouts


You don't have to sacrifice cardio for yoga (or do a two-a-day) with Asana Rebel, a top-rated yoga app that lets you choose from its five different HIIT-inspired yoga workouts and cost just $60 per year. Each workout targets different parts of the body—whether you're focusing on fat burning, toning, or good 'ol muscle strengthening—to get fit and relieve stress.

9 Down Dog


Too advanced for a yoga app named after one of the most basic poses? Never. For $7.99 per month (or $49.99 per year) Down Dog offers up 30,000 different variations of workouts so you never have to worry about doing the same class twice. Anybody who has taken a yoga class before knows that enjoyment hinges on the music and instructor, and this app checks off both boxes: built-in music, plus seven different instructor voices so you can determine which one calms you the most.

10 Yoga Studio: Mind & Body


The best part about this video-focused yoga app? No WiFi necessary once you've customized your classes with your favorite poses. Yoga Studio classes vary from five minutes to an hour with incorporated meditation that encourages you to be present and helps you focus on your breathing. Try the seven-day free trial before choosing a subscription option.


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