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Digital Yoga For Your Home Practice

    Digital yoga, with top notch teachers offering their instruction, is a great solution for anyone who can't make it to the studio. Here are 5 to try.

    Digital yoga, with top notch teachers offering their instruction, is a great solution for anyone who can't make it to the studio. Here are 5 to try.
    Although I haven’t actually tried digital yoga, I think it’s a great solution for anyone who can’t make it to the studio. Whether it’s because you don’t live near a good one, your schedule is too busy, or you just don’t feel like leaving the house, streaming classes is now better than ever with top notch teachers offering their instruction.

    Most of the streaming services offer free trials before kicking into a monthly payment plan that ends up being way cheaper than what class costs in the studio. Obviously, digital yoga will never be a replacement for live instruction, but the convenience factor is huge making it a pretty nice option for finding your next downward dog.

    Here are links to classes taught by teachers I can vouch for — I’ve experienced all of them, and know for sure they’re worth checking out.

    Dana Flynn: Sun Celebrations
    I just took this class the other day at Laughing Lotus. It’s a nice flow for waking up the body. Dana is a veteran yoga instructor with a playful approach to teaching while maintaining plenty of space for spiritual contemplation.

    Read my full review of Sun Celebrations here and here.

    Lindsay Hilscher: Challenging Vinyasa Class
    Lindsay’s class consists of some advanced sequencing. She moves fairly fast which is perfect for anyone looking to build heat in their practice. I always sweat in her class.

    Read my full review of Lindsay’s class here.

    Jillian Pransky: Rooted and Radiant
    Jillian is a master at restorative yoga. I’ve taken her vinyasa classes as well, and am always left feeling incredibly grounded and energized at the same time.

    Read my full review of Jillian’s class here.

    Elena Brower: Impressions of Consciousness
    Elena is one of those teachers you’ll see always carrying a notebook because she still takes notes! She puts a lot of energy into learning which makes for a solid teaching skill.

    Read my interview with Elena here.

    Shiva Rea: Surya Shakti Morning Meditation Mantra and Prana Flow Namaskar
    Shiva’s classes are deep — not just physically but also metaphysically. She brings all sorts of knowledge and experience into her teaching. Expect a fluid practice grounded in the elements of nature as well as some more esoteric principles.

    Read my interview with Shiva Rea here.

    I’d love to know which digital yoga classes you love. Please share in the comments below.

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    2 thoughts on “Digital Yoga For Your Home Practice”

    1. Wow, I did not know about this till now, Elysha. What a cool option if one cannot get to class! Thank you, as always, for the inspiration. xxo

    2. Hi Chloe! It is a nice option for when someone can’t make it to class. It could also serve as a nice starting point for developing a home practice… stream a few classes to figure out a routine. I hope your practices are going well. xoxo And thank you for coming by. I know you haven’t been spending as much time in WP lately so I appreciate you taking the time to stop by and comment.

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