6 Yoga Studios That Offer Online Classes

Whether due to a shortage of time, resources, or energy, it's not always possible to get out to a yoga studio to get the exercise and mindfulness you need. Thankfully, there are many studios offering online classes you can take from the comfort of your home. If you're looking to slow down a bit and boost your wellness, the ones listed here will have you breathing easy. This video was made with Ezvid Wikimaker.

6 Yoga Studios With Classes Online

Name What It Offers
Strala Yoga Combines the movement and healing wisdom of tai chi with the form vocabularies of yoga, tai chi, qigong, and Traditional Chinese and Japanese Medicine
PhysioYoga Provides rehabilitation through evidence-informed physical therapy and yoga therapy, resulting in a holistic or biopsychosocial approach
Purusha Yoga Uses the classic eight-limb practices and philosophies of Hatha and Raja Yoga to open the mind and balance energy
Yoga Ed. Designed for educators, health care professionals, yoga instructors, and other youth-serving adults, it helps teach yoga and mindfulness to children and teens
Subtle Yoga Offers a broadly applicable, person-centered approach that can be tailored to differing body types, physical abilities, and health contexts
Off the Mat, Into the World Supports people in becoming conscious and effective community leaders, covering topics such as trauma, social justice foundations, and linking embodied practice with effective social change work

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There are many great benefits of a regular yoga practice, including stress relief, improved flexibility, and increased muscle strength. However, sometimes the hardest part can be showing up to a class at your local gym or yoga studio. In no particular order, here are 6 yoga studios offering online classes you can do from the comfort of your own home.

Coming in at #1 is Strala Yoga. Strala Yoga combines the movement and healing wisdom of tai chi with the practice forms of yoga, tai chi, qigong, and Traditional Chinese Medicine, as a way to help people release stress, heal, and move more easily through all kinds of challenges. With a variety of yoga class types, you get to pick based on how you feel each day.

Strala Yoga is a way of being, moving and healing, that helps people connect with how they feel, move how it feels good, and handle challenges with ease. This is yoga that moves beyond poses. Strala Yoga is designed to activate your body's relaxation response which is a chemical cascade responsible for overall health, healing, and wellbeing.

This is yoga that moves beyond poses.

Next at #2 is PhysioYoga with Shelly Prosko. PhysioYoga Therapy is an approach to rehabilitation that combines evidence informed Physical Therapy and yoga therapy, resulting in a holistic or biopsychosocial approach to your rehabilitation experience. Licensed health care professionals who are trained to apply yoga methods and philosophy to an individual with specific health concerns, can offer a safe and effective approach to healing.

Shelly Prosko is a Canadian physiotherapist, yoga therapist, author, speaker and educator dedicated to empowering individuals to create and sustain meaningful lives by teaching and advocating for the integration of yoga into modern healthcare. With over 20 years of experience integrating yoga therapy into rehabilitation and wellness care, she emphasizes the immense value gained from clinical experience and learning from her patients.

And at #3 is Purusha Yoga. Purusha, which means "the true self", is a community focused, heart centered yoga teaching studio located in San Francisco's Outer Richmond District and Berkeley's Claremont Neighborhood. The studio uses the classic 8 limb practices and philosophies of Hatha and Raja Yoga to open the mind and balance energy.

The studio uses the classic 8 limb practices and philosophies of Hatha and Raja Yoga to open the mind and balance energy.

By providing a variety of personalized services and movement, dance, and fitness classes, Purusha takes the student beyond yoga and into holistic wellness and health. Purusha is passionate about being of service to the community and offers free and donation-based yoga classes to low-income, at-risk, and underserved populations through its non-profit organization, Purusha Seva Project.

At #4 is Yoga Ed, an educational company dedicated to changing education through the practice of yoga. Its mission is to empower school communities with yoga and mindfulness to cultivate health and wellness in children, teens, and adults. Through evidence-based training, classes, and resources, it equips individuals with yoga and mindfulness tools to improve their own wellness and the lifelong health of the children and teens they work with.

Since 2001, thousands of individuals have been certified in the art and science of integrating yoga and mindfulness into educational environments. Educators have been equipped with valuable skills to share yoga education with millions of children worldwide. Through the classes, students will practice breathing exercises, yoga poses, games, visualizations, and relaxation activities.

Educators have been equipped with valuable skills to share yoga education with millions of children worldwide.

Next at #5 is Subtle Yoga, a broadly applicable, person-centered approach to yoga practice which can be tailored to differing body types and physical abilities and various contexts from mental illness to public health. Subtle Yoga incorporates six key processes: mindful movement, breathing practices, meditation, awareness of values and ethical engagement, spiritual development and service.

Together these practices promote attention, mindfulness, body awareness, self-regulation, resiliency, self-actualization and pro-social behavior. Subtle Yoga is a holistic intervention which can complement and enhance traditional healthcare approaches through health promotion, prevention, treatment or aftercare and recovery, from the individual through the population health level.

Lastly at #6 is Off the Mat Into the World, a collective of yogis, educators, and activists working in collaboration with global and local leaders using trainings, online courses, and community service projects to provoke and support grassroots change. From studios and retreat centers, to online and community spaces, the tools of yoga and meditation are used as foundational practices of self-awareness and self-accountability for leaders worldwide.

From studios and retreat centers, to online and community spaces, the tools of yoga and meditation are used as foundational practices of self-awareness and self-accountability for leaders worldwide.

The in-person and online trainings are dedicated to supporting people in becoming conscious and effective community leaders, covering topics such as trauma, social justice foundations, connecting with our passion and purpose, and linking embodied practice with effective social change. Founders Seane Corn, Hala Khouri, and Suzanne Sterling are internationally known for their yoga practice as activism work.