It's that question again... how can I continue my practice when I go home over easter...how should I filter through all that content online to find the best yoga classes? I've blogged on this before but here's an update from my teaching team. I would caveat that although online is super convenient you can't beat an experienced teacher adjusting you one to one in a class! But for those midnight yoga needs!!! Use these Yoga Quota Teacher Approved resources!!
"Brett- Yoga Glo has good free flow classes"
Harriet - "Yoga with Adrienne is very popular and free on YouTube. There are all sorts of lengths and types of classes. Yoga glo and Gaia are a bit better I think and they have free trials that you can cancel before the month is up. I am reluctant to recommend online practice to students particularly if they've not practiced a lot at a studio before so I would like to mention that its not the same as practicing with a teacher and you should be far more conservative than you would be in a studio"
Cassandra - "I'm a fan of podcasts I quite like jivamukti ones but you can search basically any style and a bunch will come up."
Audrey - "I personally use Gaia online and as Harriet said you can get a free trial. There's also Mon Yoga Virtuel that does a free trial but it's in French...
Venetia - "Gaia is great I started with the free trial and then decided to pay as it has lots of interesting talks and seminars too. Ditto to what Hariet said about online resources, it's great YouTube yogis introduced the practice to those who wouldn't have otherwise found it but a teacher and supervision is important too. Also like Cassie said podcasts for the yogi geeks are great I like J Brown.
Anne - "My vote is with Gaia too! and I use Headspace for meditation.
Good luck, students with your home practice x