Yoga classes are incredible and exciting, but for many people, they are too expensive to indulge regularly. In case of some others, there is certain anxiety attached to going to a group class and vulnerable in trying to contort yourself into uncomfortable poses. Moreover, let’s remember the horror attached to accidentally passing gas in class. To make sure you get the benefits of yoga without any of the added stress of social groups, you can always go to YouTube.

This website has tons of channels where yogis and experts, or even regular enthusiasts have started uploading videos to inform and instruct anyone interested. While this doesn’t always bring the perfect information to your screen every time, there are some outstanding options online. If you are a beginner or even if you just needed a little change to your routine, there is something for everyone online. Some channels genuinely stand out, and others cater primarily to a certain section of the population. In any case, we have compiled a list of some of the best YouTube Yoga channels to guide and inspire your practice.

Yoga Journal

Most of you must already be aware of the website and Yoga Journal magazine, as they are quite popular. However, did you know that they also have a Youtube channel of the same name? Usually, you’ll find that the easy instruction format of these videos attracts newcomers. This means that if you’re looking for the right guide to get started with Yoga, this channel might be the right pick for you. Sometimes you’ll find some instructional videos and even a few interviews of interesting people. This channel is the right mix of informational and interesting.

Strala at Home


Strala at Home is run by Tara Stiles who can be best described as a yoga teacher for everyone. The moves, asanas and poses she performs on her channel range from the simple and basic, to more challenging and advanced ones.  This Youtuber often brings along a guest instructor or two to keep things interesting. The main aim of this channel is to make yoga fun and exciting for everyone from newcomers and hobbyists to enthusiasts and regular practitioners. Most importantly, the instructions are easy enough to follow from the comfort of your home without the need for any extra equipment.

While you still must pay to download this instructor’s workouts (about $15 for each video), you can preview the available options on the channel to pick ones that are best for your needs, before you pay.

Yoga Online

We all know that yoga as a practice focuses on the connection and relationship between all aspects of your life – body, mind, exercise, diet, energy etc. In a rush to westernize this ancient Indian practice, the focus shifted to the purely physical and tangible effects of Yoga. This is why Yoga Online’s Youtube channel is such an incredible option for those who want to focus on the mind and body homeostasis that yoga can potentially deliver. This channel mix of male and female instructors ensures that you don’t get bored of the same thing over and over again.


PsycheTruth is probably one of the most active Youtube channels on this list, with a new video coming out almost every day. The channel’s roots are basically within Swedish massage techniques, but they have an entire section dedicated to yoga videos, uploaded with decent enough frequency. Most of their yoga videos and tutorials focus on a particular goal. The most common ones include their video on yoga for increased energy, yoga for menstrual cramps, yoga for working out abs, yoga for relaxation, and even yoga for toned arms.

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