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10 Best Yoga Videos On The Internet

Want to practice yoga at home? These are some of the best yoga videos on the internet

Yoga videos are a great way to practice yoga at home. Photo: iStock

Yoga videos are a great way to start practicing yoga at home. Ten years ago, yoga videos were one-off recorded videos by people like Geri Halliwell. Who wants to practice using that same video again and again?

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Nowadays there are hundreds of yoga videos on YouTube with dedicated channels to keep your home yoga routine fresh and interesting. You could easily practice a different yoga video every day for a whole year without having an overlap, thanks to the internet.

We’ve picked a selection of YouTube yogis who have created some of the best yoga videos online. All of their videos are good, so don’t feel like the videos featured here are the only ones available. Click on their channels and you’ll discover more.


If you haven’t yet heard of Yoga With Adriene, have you been living under a rock? She is the actress-turned-YouTube sensation who creates lovely yoga videos for beginners and intermediate yogis. Her practice is gentle hatha-style with a few power yoga classes thrown in there and alternative yoga classes like yoga for runners. It is perfect choice for beginners who have never done yoga before.


British yoga instructor Lucy Foster-Perkins has been surfing for many years now. She set up the popular Yoga For City Surfers class in London, UK and now has her own YouTube channel. These yoga videos are perfect for any surfer looking to practice at home or warm up before a surf session. Make sure you check out her excellent series with Surfdome.


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Tara Stiles is the famous founder of Strala Yoga in New York City, USA. The idea behind Strala yoga is moving naturally with ease. She doesn’t use complicated sounding Sanskrit names and wants people find their own inner peace in a modern, non-traditional way. This yoga video is a great beginner yoga flow that you can try at home today.


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Boho Beautiful is the video blog of Juliana and Mark, a pair of bohemian Canadian travellers who teach yoga and meditation as well as dishing up vegan healthy lifestyle tips on their YouTube channel. Juliana teaches a fusion of fitness classes, pilates and yoga online. This yoga video is a perfect one to get you started. It’s an easy yoga flow aimed at beginners with a beautiful beach background.


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Yoga is a women’s thing, right? Tim Senesi is a yoga teacher that blows this misconception out of the water. After years of struggling with his weight, alcohol, drugs and negative thoughts, Tim found yoga and started to build himself a healthier life. He now has an awesome YouTube channel with free yoga videos for you to try at home. We are big fans of Tim’s no-frills, straight forward attitude. Also this guy loves handstands, so if going upside down is your thing, check him out.


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Candace is an American yoga instructor who has a whole range of yoga videos from yoga for digestion to 30 minute power yoga (see above). Power yoga is a pretty strong practice, so we recommend you don’t try this as your very first yoga video. Candace also has a Yoga By Candace blog with healthy eating recipes, yoga advice and she also hosts yoga retreats. You’ll never get bored with the array of yoga videos Candace has to offer.


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Fightmaster Yoga sounds like some kind of martial arts routine, but that is actually the real surname of founder Lesley Fightmaster. She believes yoga should be available to everyone for free, which is why she creates these great Fightmaster Yoga videos. You can choose from classes to relax after a long day at work to power yoga classes which will make you sweat. This yin yoga routine is a soft gentle practice designed to slowly stretch and release the muscles of the body.

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Sian Leigh has just started a brand new yoga channel especially for snowboarders. Her first series is called Yoga for Snowlegs and it’s all about getting your body prepped for the winter ahead. It’s aimed at beginners but intermediate yogis will enjoy her sequences too. You also might think the name is familiar, she is actually married to BBC Ski Sunday and Winter Olympic presenter Ed Leigh plus she is hosting yoga/snowboarding retreats with Olympic snowboarder Jenny Jones this year.


Not sure about practicing yoga with just one online teacher all the time? Do You Yoga make a variety of yoga videos with many different yoga teachers, so you can mix-and-match your online yoga classes just like you would in real life. From beginners yoga to arm balance challenges, there’s something for every taste. Try this yoga for the neck and shoulders video.


Whether you want a power yoga class, vinyasa, hatha or restorative, Sarah Beth has a yoga video for eventuality. Try this 20 minute mindful morning practice to start, it’s one of our favourites. Her yoga for sore wrists is a great one if you are working at a computer all day, plus she has a pregnancy yoga series too.

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