9 Online Yoga Studios Worth Signing Up To
9 Online Yoga Studios Worth Signing Up To

9 Online Yoga Studios Worth Signing Up To

From stress relief to developing flexibility, strength and endurance and improving sleep, the benefits of yoga are endless – and it’s now easier than ever to enjoy expert-led classes at home. Whether you’re a beginner or looking to take things to the next level, these are the online studios we rate.
By Tor West


The Yoga Class

Best For: Variety

If you’re looking for nourishing, low-impact movement that will rebalance stress levels while also building strength, tone and mobility, look no further than The Yoga Class. Headed up by former model Laura Dodd, the award-winning digital studio and app has everything you need: you’ll find 300+ on-demand classes spanning seven styles of yoga as well as Pilates, barre, meditation and south baths to improve tone and posture, and create a stronger body-mind connection. New content is added weekly, including live sessions with Laura, and classes can be downloaded to your device to do offline. 

Visit TheYogaClass.co


Best For: A Challenge

This virtual platform features an extensive, on-demand workout library that has plenty to keep you busy – from dynamic power flows to restorative candlelit classes. Its signature class, Flowlife, is perfect for intermediate yogis, designed to build strength and flexibility as you move through a dynamic and powerful sequence, and you’ll also find classes focused on specific body part, like spinal twists, the core and the upper body. For something slower-paced, try Slow Flow, a slower-paced class designed to calm and restore. Membership will give you access to FLY LDN’s wider fitness offering, including virtual barre, Pilates, HIIT and strength classes. 

Visit FLYLDN-Online.com

Movement for Modern Life

Best For: Busy Women

The award-winning Movement For Modern Life platform has been dubbed the Netflix of yoga, offering thousands of classes to choose from, whether you have two minutes or an hour. Choose a challenge to help you sleep better or master a handstand; sample different styles of yoga; and get to know different teachers. There’s also an app to keep you moving when you’re not at home – tune into meditation, mindfulness and yoga nidra when on the plane or train or try a yoga flow designed to be done outdoors. You can even download classes to your phone for easy access when you’re without wi-fi. The first 14 days are free. 

Visit MovementForModernLife.com

Sarah Malcolm

Best For: Beginners

Encouraging her students to find a personal practice in each class and strive towards moving in a way that feels good, rather than looking good, a session with Sarah Malcolm is a breath of fresh air. Her classes are a mix of meditation, pranayama, slow flow and dynamic vinyasa flows, designed for all levels, but with an emphasis on moving honestly and giving your body rest when it needs it. Sarah’s warm, positive energy is infectious, and her online platform – featuring full-length classes, how-to videos, guided meditations and more – is the perfect place to get started.

Visit AtHomeWithSarah.SarahMalcolm.co.uk

Soul Sanctuary

Best For: Finding A Supportive Community

An ex-gymnast and dancer, Cat Meffan started hosting yoga classes on YouTube in 2016. When the pandemic hit, she launched her online platform. Soul Sanctuary is a members’ community that provides a place for budding yogis to deepen both their physical and spiritual practice. Each month members receive four new yoga flows, a guided meditation and a live 30-minute yoga flow, followed by a Q&A with Cat. If you’re into creative vinyasa flows, Soul Sanctuary is well worth a try – Cat is known for her fluid and playful sequences, and is also trained in ashtanga, rocket, mandala and yin. Your first 14 days are free.

Visit MySoulSanctuary.co



The Practice

Best For: A Dose Of Calm

Over the last few years, London-based yogi Annie Clarke has noticed some common barriers to regular yoga practice, including time, money and geography. Her online platform, The Practice, is designed to overcome these barriers. Each month, members get access to four new full-length classes – one of which is always a yin or restorative session – and a meditation relating to an intention of the month. Membership will also give you access to an ever-growing library of classes as well as Spotify playlists and discounts to live classes hosted by Annie. Your first 14 days are free. 

Visit AnnieClarke.com


Yoga With Adriene

Best For: Free Classes

With over 12 million subscribers to her YouTube channel, Adriene Mischler – aka Yoga with Adriene – is helping keen yogis worldwide find their love for downward dogs and savasana. Known for her light-hearted, easy-to-follow videos, all of which are free, there is something for everyone, from 30-day yoga challenges to yoga for runners, sleep, stress and more. Her videos are less about nailing complicated poses and more about connecting with your body and mind. While there’s plenty of content to keep you busy on her YouTube platform, you can also sign up to her paid app, Find What Feels Good, for exclusive classes, workshops, monthly vlogs and tutorials. 

Visit YogaWithAdriene.com

Yuva Yoga

Best For: Developing A Healthier Mindset

Founder Yesim Yuva believes yoga is the secret to a more flexible and fitter body as well as reduced stress and improved mental health. Whether you tune in for a gentle slow flow or an energising morning sequence, her classes – updated weekly – are designed to balance your body, emotions and thoughts, helping you to let go of negative thoughts and feel energised, positive and motivated. Suitable for all levels, with plenty of classes aimed at complete beginners, you’ll also find guided meditations, and yoga challenges to help you find your feet. 

Visit Yuva.Yoga

The Yoga Library

Best For: Building Healthy Habits

The Yoga Library was born out of a series of successful IG lives that yogi Jaime Hepburn started during lockdown. Fast-forward a couple of years and it’s one of the fastest-growing yoga platforms, offering a range of styles. Within the categories of vinyasa, slow, power, rest, yin and still, there’s the ability to choose between dynamic, restorative and energetic options, as well as classes that focus on specific emotions – think Homeward, Reflection and Relinquish. You’ll also find a range of curated workshops to help you develop your practice, whether it’s delving into a particular posture or understanding a more challenging asana. 

Visit TheYogaLibrary.co

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