Where to Find the Best Online Yoga Videos

Where to Find the Best Online Yoga Videos

Once upon a time, I had a vision of creating an online yoga video company, uploading videos at scheduled times and mirroring a physical yoga studio online to the best of my ability. It was creative and fun, but when I looked into what it would take to do the filming and editing, I stopped thinking it would be so much fun.

The technology part really got in my way, or rather, I let it, and so I resorted to creating quick videos at home for you instead, which is still problematic at times but much more manageable and affordable.

With that said, I know what it’s like to not have direct access to your favorite style of yoga and how important it can be to maintain a consistent practice even when you’re unable to get to a real studio for whatever reason – time, money, etc.

That’s why I’ve decided to review for you some of the best online yoga video companies out there to help you make an informed choice as to which platform is most compatible for your yoga practice.

The Best Online Yoga Videos


YogaGlo was my saving grace when I wasn’t able to practice my preferred style of yoga consistently at a studio. There are TONS of classes to choose from and they are always adding new ones each week. Plus, the classes are taught by some of the best instructors in the country. You know you’re getting quality instruction and the whole site is very clean and easy to use. Video quality is high and you have flexibility to choose between different styles, different class lengths and different ability levels.

I don’t use YogaGlo anymore, mostly because I now have a studio to go to, but also because of theirrecent shenanigans. YogaGlo has sent cease and desist letters to many different online yoga video providers asking them to remove their videos from the Internet because they are in violation of YogaGlo’s “patent” on how to shoot and film yoga videos online. This is absolutely ridiculous and I don’t like to support yoga companies that are not inclusive and that try to inhibit the growth of the yoga community as a whole. YogaGlo has now become the Lululemon in the online yoga video world – great product, crappy business practices.

Price: $18/month after a 14-day free trial (I believe, I’d already used mine up so I couldn’t find the number of days in the free trial)


An offshoot of the popular yoga media and lifestyle company Gaiam, GaiamTV is this company’s  foray into online yoga videos. GaiamTV is a little different though because it offers so many other types of content, including documentaries and instruction on other conscious practices. They call themselves the “Transformation Network” and tout it as an “alternative to mainstream media.” The company recently acquired online yoga video company MyYogaOnline to bulk up their online yoga class content.

I’ve used GaiamTV’s free trial before, but because I’m more interested in yoga classes online, I didn’t find it to be worth the money for my needs. However, if you’re into spiritual growth and learning about new ideas through broadcast, GaiamTV is the place to be.

Price: $9.95/month with a 10-day free trial


**Full disclosure: I was given free access to the BeMoreYogic network for the purposes of reviewing this product. Please note that I do my best to stay objective and not let the freeness sway my honest opinion. I care about you and only want to recommend the best options. If it shows up on the list, that means I liked it at least a little!**

Besides the fact that I like the name of this one, BeMoreYogic is a refreshing twist in the online yoga class world. It’s a much smaller network with classes being taught by just three different instructors in “exotic” locations such as the south of France. The classes I sampled were challenging and creative and I learned something new as a teacher, so I appreciated that. They offer a different variety of styles, including Kundalini, Yin and Power Vinyasa, so it really is the perfect mix of styles for my particular taste.

However, the selection is quite small. If you’re looking to practice consistently for months, you’d be doing the same classes over and over again. The platform is newer and while they are constantly adding new classes to the mix, it will take some time before they can have enough videos to allow variety in your daily practice. They have five classes that run 60-90 minutes and about 15 that run 30-60. All the rest are short tutorials, meditations or sequences that are less than a full class.


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