, , , , , , , , ,

There’s an app for everything and yoga is no exception.

Personally, I struggle to follow the action on a phone screen, but there are definitely situations where app yoga is better than no yoga at all. If you’re travelling, cooped up in a hotel room, or stuck at home with the kids, an app can provide a quick hit of guidance and inspiration that will allow you to keep your practice flowing.

Here are three top yoga apps:
yoga studio
Yoga Studio
Features 24 hours of video classes. You can create unlimited custom classes with video. Includes class scheduling and detailed info and advice about over 280 poses. (iOS)

Daily Yoga
Free app for Android or iOS with more than 50 yoga classes and 400-plus workout poses, complete with video and music. It includes yoga plans with a variety of intensities and durations.
daily yoga

Universal Breathing – Pranayama
Experience the benefits of pranayama anywhere. This simple and intuitive guide to deep breathing features a progressive course to help you find balance and stress relief.

Share your yoga app recommendations in the comments!