5 Places to Find Free Yoga Videos
Exercise at home with these free yoga videos
These free yoga videos are a great way to learn from experienced teachers in the comfort of your own home. Videos for levels ranging from beginners to experts yogis are available.
The videos are all full-length, ranging in time from just a few minutes for poses to more than an hour for a full class. They focus on different yoga styles, techniques, challenges, and just about any other yoga-related topic you can think of.
Whether you are cultivating a home practice, adding something extra to your classes, or just taking a stress-relieving break, you'll find a ton of videos that will be a great fit for what you're seeking.
YouTube is an excellent place for free yoga videos. A quick search results in thousands of videos, but you might be more likely to find what you're looking for at one of the most popular channels. They include Yoga With Adriene, Fightmaster Yoga, Tara Stiles, Yoga with Kassandra, and PsycheTruth.
If you still want to look for more, enter "free yoga videos" with a term like beginner, arms, or calm, for example, to narrow the search down to find the videos you want.
YouTube is also really helpful when filtering results, letting you find live yoga sessions or videos by length, which is great both if you're in a hurry or if you happen to have the entire morning reserved just for yoga. For example, all of these yoga videos are over 20 minutes long.
YouTube has apps for a variety of devices, meaning you can watch these free yoga videos on your phone, tablet, TV, and more.
Do Yoga With Me offers videos of classes and poses for all levels.
Use the drop-down menus at the top of the site to filter the videos by difficulty, class length, pose position, body position, body part, lower body, or upper body.
In addition to the videos, there also are free guided meditations, breathing instructions, and yoga challenges.
A good majority of the videos are free to watch, but there are some that you'll need to buy a subscription plan to watch and download.
YogaDownload has more than 100 free videos you can incorporate into your daily routine. Use the filters to sort the results by style, teacher, length, level, intensity, and focus.
Each video has related tags so that you can find similar videos you'll love. If you can't watch it now or need to reserve it for another time, you can add videos to a favorite list, wish list, or calendar.
You'll need to register (it's free) to stream the yoga videos, but you can preview them without registering first. They also give you the option to download individual videos for a few dollars each.
If you prefer, you can access these yoga videos through the YogaDownload mobile app.
Yoga Journal has a nice collection of videos that includes how-to videos, videos sorted by level or style, and life and culture yoga videos.
The videos range in length from just a few minutes to a full class, and there are many different types of teachers to choose from.
New yoga videos are added regularly, so there's always new content to view. Some examples include Fire Up Your Full Body with This Progressive 20-Minute Practice, A 5-Minute Mudra Practice for Easing Wrist Pain, and 75-Minute Heart-Opening Forrest Flow.
You'll need a free user account to access these yoga videos and there aren't many to choose from because most of them cost to watch. However, from this small selection are relatively short videos that are around 15 minutes long as well as some that are over an hour.
All of the free yoga videos are on a single page, so scrolling through them to find what you want is easy. Some of the video titles include Energy Shot, Pop a Squat, Inner Peace, Triple Twists, Morning Movement, and Restorative Class.