Yoga at Home: The Best Places Online To Get Inspiration From
Do you want to feel centred and calm whilst still moving your body? Yoga is the perfect opportunity to feel Zen and to connect your mind and body for a fulfilling experience. Practicing Yoga is known to help build muscle strength, perfects your posture, increases blood flow, relaxes your body, among many other benefits.
If you want to do some yoga while you’re at home but you don’t know where to start, don’t worry! Here are a few of our favourite places to get you in the flow.
So, grab a yoga mat, and enjoy!
Yoga Sanctuary Online Yoga Package
Live Fully, Love Madly, Breathe Deeply is the mantra Yoga Sanctuary strives for. They have 3 types of classes to chose from: Vinyasa, Yin or Restorative Yoga. Book into online yoga classes, $5 per class or $15 for one month unlimited. Sign up here: yogasanctuary.co.nz
“We believe yoga is mahi. Mahi for the body, mahi for the mind and emotions and mahi for the wairua or spirit.” Mahi have a full timetable of upcoming classes for the next seven days which is all bookable online. They are currently running regular scheduled streaming yoga and meditation classes from their yoga studio and have updated their membership options.For more information please visit mahiyoga.co.nz/timetable
Yoga with Adriene
No matter what level of activity you have, Yoga with Adriene caters to all. Her videos are inspiring and easy to follow, which is perfect for if you’re just staring with your yoga journey, or if you’re a self-proclaimed ‘Yogi’. Adriene’s channel features many series that can be followed, such as ‘Yoga for Beginners’ and ‘Foundations of Yoga’. The series are designed to give you the tools to build a happy, healthy at home yoga practice. If you’re ready to work up a sweat, try the Yoga for Weight Loss or Total Body Yoga playlists. Adriene’s videos come as short at 7 minutes or as long as 40 minutes, so you can choose how long you want to practice yoga for! Check out Adriene’s YouTube channel here: youtube.com/user/yogawithadriene
Bad Yogi Yoga
Erin Motz is the brains behind the YouTube channel ‘Bad Yogi Yoga’. Her aim in the channel is to keep classes fun and accessible, whilst learning important techniques and movements. Bad Yogi redefines the image of yoga culture and includes people from all walks of life in the wonderful practice of yoga. Erin’s videos feature various types of yoga flow, meditation techniques, as well as restorative yoga for joint aches and pains. If you practice yoga for fun, or if you would like to try yoga to help your body, Bad Yogi is the place to look on YouTube. Watch Erin Motz’s videos here: youtube.com/user/badyogitv/videos
Basecamp Power Yoga
Based in Auckland, Basecamp Power Yoga is a Yoga studio in Grey Lynn that seeks to connect Aucklanders together that have one passion in common: Yoga! As well as a physical studio, Basecamp has an Instagram, where all of their motivational posts and yoga updates live. The community spirit on their page is like nothing else, so why not join them on Instagram. Follow @basecamppoweryoga on Instagram