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Websites That Offer Free Yoga Classes

Websites That Offer Free (or Dirt-Cheap) Yoga Classes

Yoga may be blissful, but it isn't cheap! Depending on where you live, classes can run you an average of $15 to $20 a pop. Dropping $50 or more for yoga classes each week isn't an option for everyone, but we can all benefit from a regular practice. The Internet is bursting with free full-length classes or shortened yoga routines. If you're willing to pay a little, then you'll be able to view a greater variety of videos. Here are some sites to check out.

  • Yoga Today: Access unlimited yoga classes anytime, on any device for just $9 a month. It offers a new yoga class every day from its own certified instructors, and you can choose the level that's right for you. You can even sign up for a free two-week trial membership to see if you like it.
  • Yoga Journal: For beginners and advanced yogis, these videos, ranging in length from five to 35 minutes, are the high quality you'd expect from Yoga Journal. Some of my faves include the hip- and hamstring-opening sequence Prep For the Splits and Fun Flow Practice, which has you traveling around your mat.
  • My Yoga Online: These videos may not be free, but they're dirt cheap. Pay $9.95 per month or $99.95 for a year for unlimited access to the entire library of hundreds of videos for yoga, Pilates, dance, martial arts fusion, meditation, and workplace wellness. You'll find full-length classes led by popular instructors such as Shiva Rea and Dharma Mittra. Another plus: you can sample a clip before you buy.
  • My Free Yoga: Site members upload yoga videos, so the classes may not be the most cutting-edge, but they won't cost you a dime. You'll just need to take some time to look through the videos to find the ones you like, and you'll have to put up with some ads. I found this full-length Shiva Rea DVD, Yoga For Everyone. Score!
  • Gaiam TV: Sign up for a free 10-day trial to stream actual yoga DVDs like Seane Corn's Vinyasa Flow Yoga or Rodney Yee's Advanced Arms directly to your computer or TV. If you like the service, it costs $9.95 a month.
  • Yoga Yak: This site offers 200-plus free yoga classes including titles such as Morning Heart Expanding Yoga Class or Lunch Time Yoga Class. You have to go through the list of videos manually since there's no great way to search, and many of them are geared toward gentle practices.
  • Yoga Download: This website does offer a few free yoga classes. But for more of a selection, pay $10 a month to download one class a week (to do whenever you like), plus unlimited streaming videos, which you play straight from the website. Or pay $18 a month for unlimited downloads and streaming. It also has other subscription options for three-month, six-month, or a $90 yearly membership. The site offers a wide variety of yoga styles including Ashtanga, Jivamukti, and Vinyasa, with classes from renowned instructors such as Ana Forest.
  • POPSUGAR Fitness: Of course, we're fans of yoga too, and aside from the sequences we offer, we also have a few yoga videos such as this 30-minute yoga flow with Mandy Ingber, as well as a few 10-minute videos like this yoga core workout with Todd McCullough and this exhilarating Vinyasa yoga flow with Exhale Santa Monica's Lauren Weisman.
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kellydonlin kellydonlin 3 years

This is such a great list, thanks!

mike-donald mike-donald 3 years - offers free yoga videos

Sarah14753208 Sarah14753208 4 years
Hey Guys - I work for Yogaworks and we launched an online product called We offer unlimited access and the site has all the great Yogaworks instruction but for $15/month. We offer classes that range from 5 minutes to 90 minutes! Check out the 14 day free trial! Sarah
spingitore spingitore 4 years
I have found a real gem, They offer fitness and yoga classes. The studios are varied as are the teachers. They even have the International Yoga Festival, recorded in March 2013 in India. If you've ever wanted to take a different type of class be it Iyengar Yoga, Spin or Zumba, this is your site!
yogarunlive yogarunlive 5 years
This isn't a website, but many, many Lululemon stores offer free weekly yoga. There is one close to me that does Sunday morning yoga and another one that does Friday night yoga, completely free! I really can't complain about free Vinyasa.
nyc729 nyc729 5 years
I take my full length online and live at emglivefitness. ONly $5.00, free class when I registered and they have a card for $25.00 for 10 Love it. Kristin McGee used to do live, but now only recorded live. I never pay the big bucks anymore
Susi-May Susi-May 5 years
That's a great tip Trish!
TrishLC TrishLC 5 years
I've found my local library to be the best source for free yoga. I just rotate through what they have, something new all the time so I never get bored.
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