Best apps for yoga

Between Apple’s App Store and Google Play, there are so many yoga apps to choose from right now that it can be overwhelming to pick which one you want to download. Don’t let decision fatigue interrupt your flow, though. Instead, check out this list of 10 top-rated yoga apps for iOS and Android devices. It’s been compiled based on overall rankings and the number of reviews. (Some have as many as 30,000!)

Each one is worth the storage space on your phone, according the thousands of people who use them to practice, and free to download. But it’s worth noting that most require some type of membership commitment in order to access their classes. There is, however, one below that is entirely free to use, and others whose subscription fees start for less than $10 per month. To put that into perspective, that’s unlimited access for about half the cost of the average yoga class in a studio.

Speaking of IRL asana practices. Sure, one of the benefits of going to a yoga studio is working out with the best instructors in the biz, but thanks to technology, you can still do that with apps like Peloton Digital, which made the cut, because they offer the chance to drop in on live classes through their platforms.

Even better? Have you ever been to a yoga class where you can tell the instructor what you want to do? Well, you can do just that with many of the apps– a huge plus if customizable workouts are your jam.

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Whether you’re looking to start a new yoga practice, or are a seasoned pro, these 10 best yoga apps are a great way to learn the basics or change things up. Besides, nothing beats the convenience of being able to flow on your own from the comfort of own living room, right?

Keep reading for 10 of top-rated yoga apps on Apple iTunes right now.

1. Glo (Formerly YogaGlo)

Free to download; memberships starting at $22.99 per month

One of the top-ranked yoga apps on the Apple App Store, Glo promises to offer a level of practice that fits your style and needs. Whether you’re looking for a beginner’s yoga class or a meditation session–you’ll find an option on this app. The preferences are super customizable, too–you can also filter based on time of day, style, level and duration.

  • Average rating: 4.9 stars
  • Number of ratings: 11.7K
  • Reviewer Rave: “There is such a wealth of knowledge, intention, customization, and variation in types of yogic practices, as well as professionally trained teachers. I have been using for about four years now and am very pleased with the app for my iPhone or iPad. I seriously cannot recommend this app and program enough.”

2. Asana Rebel

Free to download; memberships starting at $19.99 per month

With nearly 30,000 reviews on Apple iTunes, alone, Asana Rebel is one of the most-popular and top-rated yoga apps out there. Plus, it offers way more than yoga with guided meditations, high-intensity workouts, plus other challenges and content within the app.

  • Average Rating: 4.6 stars
  • Number of ratings: 28.9K
  • Reviewer Rave: “I’ve been doing yoga regularly for a few months now, and I’ve never had such a motivating, smooth, and exhausting, but enjoyable, workout. I felt like they did an amazing job of structuring truly full workouts in,to the yoga sessions, and this could easily be the only app one uses to stay fit.”

3. Gaia

Free to download; $11.99 monthly subscription fee

If you want to seriously Zen out, then the Gaia yoga app is for you. It focuses on merging mindfulness and spirituality with your yoga practice. Although, even if that’s not your thing, you’re still bound to find a video that you like since Gaia’s video library includes over 8,000 workouts.

  • Average Rating: 4.8 stars
  • Number of ratings: 39.4K
  • Reviewer Rave: “The content is always getting better and better, and I love knowing that I have this wealth of quality, mind-expanding information at the touch of a button.”

4. Peloton Digital

Free to download; $19.49 monthly subscription fee

Peloton may be known for its in-home treadmills and bikes, but the brand’s fitness app offers even more than cardio workouts– including yoga classes. Top instructors teach live sessions streamed from Peloton’s New York City studios every day on the app, and you can also choose from a variety of on-demand videos to flow whenever you feel like it.

  • Average Rating: 4.9 stars
  • Number of ratings: 56.4k
  • Reviewer Rave: “Everything about Peloton is a yes! The convenience, the variety of instructors, the community, and the platform are all amazing.”

5. Yoga | Down Dog

Free to download; memberships starting at $3.99 per month

Get bored doing the same flow over and over? With this yoga app, you’ll never do the same class twice since it can configure over 300,000 different workouts for you. You can choose from seven different instructors too, and the music changes dynamically to be in synch with your breath for each class.

  • Average Rating: 4.9 stars
  • Number of Ratings: 74k
  • Reviewer Rave: “I like how I can customize the practice options. Length, focus on a body part or function, type of music, speed, instructor, and more. As a beginner, I love the reminders for breathing sprinkled in, as well as reminders to adjust the posture so you are getting it correct.”

6. Daily Yoga

Free to download; memberships starting at $9.99 per month

If you’re new to yoga, the Daily Yoga app can help you learn the basics before diving into more advanced classes and flows. The app offers a 2-week program just for beginners to learn the basics, and if you’re advanced–there are plenty of options for you too. The app also offers a community platform feature where you can connect with other yogis and experts.

  • Average rating: 4.8 stars
  • Number of ratings: 51.6K
  • Reviewer Rave: “I’ve always been interested in yoga but never really knew what to do. They have a test you can do before you start to see how flexible and strong you are, and then they base the workouts off of that. All around a great app! And I feel so much better and less tense or stressed.”

7. Yoga for Beginners


Yoga for Beginners offers a simple, no-frills, guided yoga experience perfect for those who just want to focus on the practice and poses, and nothing else. The app provides videos for demoing new poses, and most flows are voice guided with step-by-step instructions for each pose.

  • Average rating: 4.8 stars
  • Number of reviews: 22.7K
  • Reviewer Rave: “This app is an easy way to incorporate yoga in to daily life. As a busy mom of eight, it’s often hard to get downtime in. In stressful moments, I can take a 6–10 minute break and calm my mind and heart. I love that it’s simple, has calming music, and has easy videos and directions for unfamiliar poses.”

8. Yoga Studio: Mind and Body

Free to download; memberships starting from $9.99 per month

If you want a customizable yoga practice experience, plus guided meditations, check out the Yoga Studio app. It has over 150 unique classes and a “Create your own Class” feature that lets you stitch together parts of your favorites sequences to create something custom based on what you want to do that day.

  • Average rating: 4.3 stars
  • Number of reviews: 9.97K
  • Reviewer Rave: “The variety is impressive. In over a month of practicing at least three times per week, I’ve only repeated classes because I like them. There is plenty of content to do a new class every day. I also like being able to create my own ‘mixes’ from other classes.”

9. Find What Feels Good

Free to download; $9.99 monthly subscription fee

One of the OG yoga YouTube stars, Adriene from Yoga with Adriene, is back with an app that features all of her feel-good yoga content. A subscription gets you 100+ hours of yoga and meditation class content that you can download and watch later (even offline), which is perfect for travel or when you want to workout but the WiFi is spotty.

  • Average review: 4.3 stars
  • Number of ratings: 9.97K ratings
  • Reviewer Rave: “The right instructor makes a huge difference, and Adriene is truly gifted. Many of the practices, like the Chakra series, are unique to this app (and the community), and why I just can’t give it up, ever.”

10. Lotus Yoga and Workout

Free to download; memberships starting from $18.99 per month

If you like having options, then you’ll like the Lotus Yoga and Workout App. The app offers hundreds of different classes for all levels, and has a custom class builder feature if you want to get creative and make your own flow for the day.

  • Average rating: 4.9 stars
  • Number of reviews: 1.68K
  • Reviewer Rave: “As a yogi of seven years, I was excited to find an app that not only presents beginner and intermediate sequences, but advanced options as well. The interface is smooth and easy to use—with detailed descriptions and instructions of the poses, which makes learning new asanas a breeze.”

The ancient practice of yoga offers a host of benefits for the body and mind, but classes don’t always come cheap. Luckily, using a smattering of apps available for both Android and iOS, you can easily drop into a yoga or meditation session wherever you might be. So if you want to curb your stress levels, clear your head, and strengthen your muscles, try one of the apps below — they might surprise you with how quickly they whip you into shape.

Go deeper into your fitness routine and take a look at our picks for the best fitness trackers and the best fitness apps for the iPhone and Android.

Down Dog

This is a really nicely designed yoga app for practicing at home, whatever your level. Practices are broken down by type, level, and length, and the interface is easy to get to grips with. The best thing here is the mix of vocal instruction and background music. We like the fact you get a different session every time, but you can subscribe for $8 per month or $50 for a year and set up targeted sessions to focus where you want.

Android iOS

Yoga — Poses & Classes

Here’s a good yoga app for beginners. This app offers easy to follow instructions for more than 100 different poses. Each one is a downloadable video, so you can pick and choose what you want to try. There are also free classes to help you improve your balance, strength, and flexibility. You can unlock more content with a subscription, but it’s way overpriced at $4 per week or $13 per month. If you subscribe for a year, then it works out at $3 per month, which is a bit more reasonable.

Android iOS

Daily Yoga

This app is suitable for all levels, whether you’re a yoga beginner or already advanced. You’ll find more than 200 guided classes dedicated to yoga, pilates, meditation, and even workout plans. The app provides you with step-by-step instructions so that you can master things like full splits, shoulder stands, and many other hard poses in a safe way. You can share your workouts and calories burned with Apple’s Health App if you wish. To access all the premium content, you must subscribe to a monthly plan at $8 per month or $40 for the year.

Android iOS

Simply Yoga

Simply Yoga guides you through a series of videos lasting between 20 minutes and an hour that cover more than 30 poses that you can do in the privacy of your own home. There’s some decent free content, but be prepared to put up with adverts. When you’re ready to move to the next level, you can opt to purchase the full version of the app, which includes the second level of workouts, the ability to create custom routines, landscape mode, and no more ads.

Android iOS

Pocket Yoga ($3)

As the name suggests, Pocket Yoga is something you can have with you at all times, so that you can do it anywhere. With more than 200 illustrated poses and detailed voice instructions, Pocket Yoga is a comprehensive guide to yoga exercises. You can preview various practices and play your own music. The app will log your progress every step of the way. Pocket Yoga is also compatible with Apple TV, so you can stream sessions via AirPlay. If you wear the Apple Watch, Pocket Yoga will use it to display the current pose, time remaining, your heart rate, calories burned, and a lot more.

Android iOS

Yoga Studio

With more than 80 yoga and meditation classes, ranging from 10 to 60 minutes at any difficulty level, Yoga Studio guides you through poses with HD video classes. It has a robust catalog of more than 280 poses, which should be enough for most people. This app can serve beginners as well as experts. It also works with Apple TV so that you can play the videos using AirPlay. The app lets you choose from a selection of background sounds or music, or you can create a playlist from your music library. If you want access to all the features, you can pay a subscription of $2 per month or $20 for the year.

Android iOS

5 Minute Yoga

If you don’t have enough time during the day for an extended yoga session, this app can help by offering yoga activities for five minutes. The barebones app is good for beginners, as it offers simple poses with a timer to make sure you’re doing them for five minutes. There is an optional premium subscription that you can pay monthly or annually. Prices range from $2 to $10 for a full upgrade.

Android iOS

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With Down Dog you get a brand new yoga practice every time you come to your mat. Unlike following pre-recorded videos, Down Dog won’t make you do the same workout over and over again. With over 60,000 different configurations, Down Dog gives you the power to build a yoga practice you love!
Start in the comfort of your own home with our 3-day Intro to Yoga series, and begin your journey in Vinyasa, Hatha, and Restorative.
Explore Vinyasa, Hatha, Gentle, Restorative, Yin, Ashtanga, Chair, and Sun Salutation practices.
All our practices work to strengthen and stretch your back – if you want more, you can use the Boost feature to specifically target Backbends, Back Strength, or Low Back Opening.
Choose from 6 different yoga teachers to be guided by a voice you love.
Music that rises and falls with your breathing.
Download a practice for offline use and take it with you anywhere! Practice in your living room, in a hotel, or on the beach.
Automatically syncs across all your devices.
Focus on 20 different practice areas to really sharpen a particular area, or to vary up your routine by rotating through them all.
In addition to our 6 English speaking voices, all yoga practices are available in 9 other languages!
“I LOVE your app. I am a physician and I recommend it to my patients all the time, for those suffering from anxiety and panic disorder to those with low back pain. I can’t thank you enough for bringing yoga back into my life- making it so accessible, approachable, and convenient.” -James
“Love it, as always. You guys have changed my life. I’m not a T-Rex anymore and I can move without back pain. Thank you :)” -Sharon
“Restorative mode is perfect for my 71 year old body!” -Margaret
“I am absolutely thrilled with the quality of this practice. I felt like I was in a studio and I was really sweaty and challenged. Well done!” -Emily
“After just one Yin session, I can feel a *huge* difference in my flexibility.” – Alexandra
Integrates with the Apple Health app!
Memberships cost $7.99 per month or $49.99 per year (prices for non-United States customers will vary) and will be charged to the user’s iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscriptions automatically renew and will be charged within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and renew at the original purchase price. Subscriptions may be managed and auto-renewal may be turned off from the user’s iTunes Account Settings but refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the term.
Down Dog’s terms and conditions can be found at https://www.downdogapp.com/terms
Down Dog’s privacy policy can be found at https://www.downdogapp.com/privacy

Daily Yoga – Yoga Fitness Plans

A true yoga app for beginners to advanced.
Daily Yoga offers 500+ asanas, 50+ yoga class plans, 200+ guided yoga, pilates, meditation classes plus the largest yoga pose base that suit yogis from beginner to advanced. Not only helps you stay with yoga every day, but also provides health benefits for both your mind and body.
Focused on yoga for weight loss, beginner to advanced, better sleep & full relax, altogether 20 yoga experts aim to make it easier & convenient to yoga workout and help you gain better results from yoga.
– 50+ Yoga class plans & workshops for Beginner to Advanced, Getting Toned and Wellness
– 500+ yoga poses with detailed voice instructions
– 200+ yoga classes with HD video updated monthly
– Multiple choices for session duration varied from 5 – 70 mins
– Stay on track with your health data
– Specially designed meditations with online coach guide
– Yoga post daily with a supportive community
– 7 languages available worldwide (English, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Chinese, German, French)
– Various meditation music/yoga music/relax melodies available
– Scheduled plans for boot camp, body toning, weight loss, strength, flexibility, relaxation, balance, menstruation, body detox, meditation etc. altogether with 10+ experts
– Google Fit support
– Online class from world famous coach on a regular basis
– Clean design with easy-to-follow videos
This fitness app facilitates the most convenient home exercises, not only nourishes your health but also spares you all the tiresome workouts and help you achieve fitness goals with yoga studio on the go.
– Voted “Best Yoga App of 2015/2016/2017/2019” by Healthline – The most popular mobile yoga studio app in your pocket!
– Highly recommended by “The Wall Street Journal” as “Hard to beat on-the-go fitness app”;
– Featured by App in “Time to Workout”, “Get in Shape”, “Free Your Mind”, and “Keep Calm & Carry On” Essential Collection;
– Awarded by Evening Standard as the Best Apps for Londoners, along with Uber;
– AppAttack selected Top 50 – the mobile industry’s most innovative apps’ by GMIC.
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10 best yoga apps for Android to strengthen that core!

Everybody knows about Yoga. It’s super popular and it’s a decent workout for those who don’t like weights or running. You can do it at home with proper video (or text) instruction and the equipment isn’t overly expensive for beginners. However, getting into Yoga is quite challenging. There are a lot of ways to do it and tons of instructors out there to choose from. We can help make it a little bit easier. Here are the best yoga apps for Android!

Price: Free / $1.99 per month / $5.99 per year / $8.49

5 Minute Yoga is one of the simpler yoga apps. It focuses on short, five minute sessions of yoga. The app also features daily reminders, a timer, and slightly different exercises every day. Video tutorials would’ve been nice. However, the pictures and descriptions are perfectly fine in a pinch. Plus, it doesn’t require tons of your data to stream the video so there is a good thing about not having videos. It requires a subscription for all of the content. The subscription goes for $1.99 per month or $5.99 per year. Alternatively, a lifetime pass is available for $8.49 as a single payment. We liked that a lot.

Price: Free / $7.99 per month / $49.99 per year

Down Dog is a competent yoga experience. It boasts an above average experience for all levels of yoga. Additionally, it has customizable session lengths, various types of workouts, levels, and more. Some additional features include Google Fit support, beginner’s classes, offline support, and voice guidance as well as music during sessions. We liked almost everything about this app. However, it does get rather pricey with its subscriptions. A monthly subscription runs $7.99 per month with yearly subscriptions for $49.99.

Price: Free / $14.99

Simply Yoga is a, well, a simple yoga app. You can set it for 20, 40, and 60 minute workouts. The app also includes over 30 poses, three pre-defined workouts, audio instructions, video tutorials, and more. The free version contains some simple exercises while the premium version expands to more difficult routines. You also get over 60 poses, six pre-defined workouts, and some other extras if you go pro. The app is either free or $14.99. It seems expensive, but most competitors use a subscription service that adds up to much more.

Track Yoga

Price: Free with in-app purchases / $2.99 per month / $19.99 per year

Track Yoga is another really decent yoga app. It offers courses and sessions for beginner, intermediate, and advanced yoga fans. Additionally, the app includes HD video content, a pose library, and the opportunity to preview sessions before actually starting them. It even has a bunch of freestyle workouts. The app also utlizies a Kriya system similar to Pocket Yoga’s karma system. The points unlock various exercises. You can buy Kriya points or earn them by using the app. There is also an optional subscription that unlocks everything.


Price: Free / Course costs vary

Udemy was not our first guess when it came to yoga apps. However, there is actually quite a bit of yoga content here. Even a cursory search gave us dozens of results. There are courses for things like seven day yoga challenges, managing back pain, and even some hybrid yoga courses that mix yoga with more traditional exercise. The courses can get expensive. However, there is a lot of unique content here as well. Whether or not it’s right for depends on what you’re looking for and what you’re willing to spend. If it helps, buying a course once gives you basically unlimited access to it forever.

Yoga Daily Fitness

Price: Free

Yoga Daily Fitness is one of the better free Yoga apps. It’s a simple app with simple features. You get a variety of exercises, poses, and even a 30-day Yoga program to follow. Each pose comes with an image to show how it works along with a written description of how it’s suppose to feel when you perform the exercise. Nothing about this app screams flashy and we actually kind of like that. It does have a few bugs here and there, but nothing too serious. It is a free app with advertising. We would’ve liked a way to remove the ads with a purchase, but the ads aren’t all that intrusive. This is a good one for Yoga fans on a budget.


Price: Free / $3.99 per week

This one is a fairly basic yoga experience. That doesn’t make it bad, though. It features HD videos, over 100 poses, a pose search, various classes, and more. The app also boasts classes for beginners, intermediates, and experts. Classes range from ten minutes to 30 minutes each. There are even some scheduling and logging features. Some users complain about videos not always working properly, but that seems to be an intermittent bug. The free version of this is perfectly perfunctory for beginners and intermediates. They charge an outrageous $3.99 per week for all of the programs, exercise routines, and poses. We would’ve preferred a monthly subscription, but the free version is good for beginners at least.

Price: Free / $1.99 per month / $19.99 per year

Yoga Studio is a popular option for yoga apps. It features a large library of poses, over 70 yoga and meditation classes, HD video, and a lot more. The app supports sessions between ten and 60 minutes long. You can also customize them. Some other features include scheduling and tracking support, a pose search, pose blocks, Chromecast support, and more. This app was a single purchase. However, they recently transitioned to a subscription model. We’re not a fan of that. However, the subscription is cheaper than many competitors. That’s a small concession, but at least there is one.


Price: Free / $12.99 per month

YouTube is good for basically everything. That includes yoga. There are hundreds of yoga-centric channels out there. For instance, Yoga With Adrene is a fairly popular and active channel with some great yoga videos. You can find full classes that range from a few minutes to well over an hour. It’s also a good app to find music for your exercises. YouTube is also completely free and that makes it one of the better yoga apps for those on a budget. YouTube Premium is available for $12.99 per month. That lets you download videos for offline use and it also removes ads. Both are excellent features for practicing yoga offline or avoiding ad breaks.

Whatever yoga gear shops you like

Price: Free / Gear costs money

Eventually, yoga enthusiasts may need gear. There are plenty of options for this. Brick-and-mortar stores like Walmart, Target, etc should have the basics and they also have mobile apps. Some enthusiasts seem to like Lululemon quite a bit. Sporting goods stores often have yoga gear as well. Let’s not forget the heavy-hitting online retailers like Amazon as well. There are tons of places to get good yoga gear and most of them have mobile apps. Those apps are usually free.

If we missed any great yoga apps, tell us about them in the comments! You Android app and game lists!

Yoga Picks for Windows 10

Yoga Picks takes your multi-mode experience to the next level by recommending exciting new apps best suited for Yoga’s different modes. 1. When you switch modes on your Yoga, Yoga Picks automatically detects the particular mode you have switched to and notifies you via a “toast” pop-up message. 2. By clicking the toast notification you can enter Yoga Picks to download a host of new apps most suitable for the particular mode you’re in. 3. Alternatively you can click the Yoga Picks tile in the Windows 8 Start screen to enter Yoga Picks and find a selection of apps for each mode. The different Yoga modes: LAPTOP MODE: Use this mode to enhance productivity by taking advantage of the AccuType keyboard while creating content or simply text chatting. STAND MODE: Use this mode to get closer to the screen and adjust the viewing angle so you can enjoy movies and video chats in perfect comfort. TENT MODE: Use this mode when you don’t want the touchscreen to move while playing games or sharing content with others. TABLET MODE: Use this mode to hold the device in your hands when you want to read e-books and magazines or simply browse the Web. 4. Quickly and easily download and install apps via Yoga Picks. Yoga Picks 1.5 New features: 1. Recommended App list updates when connected to the Internet, bringing you the apps best suited for Yoga’s different modes every month. 2. Recommended apps differ depending on your country or region. 3. Recommend the TOP1 app in message notification (supported by Yoga Picks (toast) 1.5). 4. Detect and display the installation state of recommended apps (supported by Yoga Picks (toast) 1.5).

Safe to remove any of these?

Here are the short explanations for each of those programs. The Red coloured ones are those which are not present on my Lenovo Notebook (mine is not the same as yours but still):-
Lenovo CCSDK – it’s called Lenovo Customer Engagement Service which probably collects some information about your device such as date of activation and all. Doesn’t seem necessary.
Lenovo Dependency Package – it’s a program needed for the Lenovo Settings and Companion “modern/metro/store” apps to work. Unless you use those apps, you don’t need this program. But those apps won’t be of any use if this program is not installed. The Lenovo Settings and Companion apps on my laptop always asked me to install this program for them to function, so I simply uninstalled those two apps.
Lenovo EasyCamera – it’s a driver needed for your laptop’s camera to work. Do not uninstall it.
Lenovo FusionEngine – seems to be a pre-installed bloatware by Lenovo. You may uninstall it.
Lenovo Motion Control – you need it for this to work (Not sure how to use it):-

Lenovo Service Bridge – it is used to automatically detect your device on Lenovo’s support website. Not needed but also not harmful. If you don’t use the support website then you may remove it. You may install it again from the same website later, if you want.
Lenovo Utility – probably some bloatware again. I had uninstalled it long ago with no visible functionality issues. Laptop is working smoothly. If you do need it then you can download it from the previously mentioned support website.
OneKey optimizer – “OneKey Optimizer is powerful, next-generation system optimization software designed specifically for Lenovo computers. It can enhance your PC’s performance by updating firmware, drivers, and pre-installed apps. It also provides power management schemes that can extend the life of your battery.” – this is what I found on Lenovo’s website. Probably another bloatware.
REACHit – “REACHit gives you access to your personal cloud – everything on your phone, tablet, PCs and cloud storage accounts from anywhere.” Again a bloatware.
UESDK – it’s related to CCSDK. A quick search about CCSDK and UESDK resulted in Lenovo bloatware-related articles. *sigh*
User Manuals – you may remove it if you have no operating issues while using your laptop.
Windows Driver Package – It is a Lenovo Energy Management driver. Do not remove it. Lenovo EM is kinda bloatware but is quite useful. It won’t harm your laptop and won’t use much resources.
**Psst! I won’t be responsible for any mishap occurring as a result of removal of any of the above programs. I am replying as I have knowledge about these programs and their functionality. Proceed at your own risk!!
Hope this helps

7 Minute Yoga workout

Yoga is a technique for controlling body and mind. This yoga app will help you to spare all the tiredness of the day, facilitates the more convenient home exercise and nourishes your health. This allows you to take your Guru with you and get instructions step by step wherever you choose to exercise. Choose proper time and place for yoga where you can get peace – like early morning is the best time.
Yoga daily workouts have many advantages compared to other methods such as cycling, elliptical, step aerobics, zumba, martial arts, running, HIIT. The holistic weight loss weries yoga sessions help you build a perfect body so you will emerge from this classes feeling grounded and calm.
With 7 minute yoga workout you can keep up with your practice at your own pace in the comforts of your own home. Simply roll out your mat, place your device in front, and Pocket Yoga will guide you through your entire session.
Now you can keep track of your yoga workout on the calendar and create alarms for the days and hours you want to perform a training program.
– Support all Screens
– Free and Simple
– Many Yoga Poses
– Workout Log
– Set Reminder
– Yoga levels (Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced).
– Always get notifications of latest yoga updates.
– Counter
– Helps you keep your cool
– You’re happier
– Yoga for Energy Improvement
– Calming Your Mind
– Improves posture and strengthens back
– Confidence booster
– Improve Your Flexibility
– Yoga for Better Sleep
– Yoga for Body Toning
– Yoga for Great Legs
– fitness and health
– You sleep better
– Weight Loss
– Yoga for a Strong Back
and more…
This is an exercise app with plenty of Yoga sessions essential for daily routines and help your stretching exercises. Download and allow yourself the space to let go, relax, and release residual tension.
I hope that it is useful for improve your health and fitness.
If you like this app, please rate for us 5 star to support us improve it better. Thanks so much!

Berrekah , 02/17/2019

Easy New Year’s Resolution

I am a lover of yoga. I have practiced yoga for several years but recently a change in life circumstances has made it difficult for me to practice yoga to the extent I would like. I have let my yoga practice become nonexistent. This year I made a commitment to myself to practice yoga every day, if only for a few minutes. I get easily bored if I do the same thing every day.
This app has been perfect! I can set a notification to remind me to practice each day, and the app gives me 5 simple poses each day and guides me through a simple practice. It doesn’t have much guidance other than “Here is the pose, now hold it for about a minute”. Thankfully I am experienced enough in yoga that I know what to be looking for in my mind and body as I practice, and I know how to put myself in the right state of mind for a peaceful productive practice.
I also like that the app tracks each day and shows me my chain of practice days. I believe it has 365 sessions – perfect for one a day for the entire year!
Just three days in I am feeling wonderful and back on track with my practice. The five poses are different every day, which helps me stay interested and not get bored.
The app does make you purchase the full app after the second session, so it isn’t really a “free” app. It costs $10 after the first two sessions.

Yoga is increasing in popularity every year. Not because it’s the cool thing to do, but because it has real benefits. Its reputation as a great way to tone up those flabby bits is well deserved, but add the requisite level of commitment, change up your lifestyle to match, and you’ll also find it makes an incredible impact on your general well-being.

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It’s more practical than something like running; all you need is a little space. And while you could certainly join a class and get direct coaching, many prefer to practice yoga in the privacy of their own home, as a break between the various elements of a hectic schedule. Do it yourself, and your yoga mat becomes an ever-present source of potential stress relief.

Leading yourself through yoga isn’t necessarily the best idea. Even experts might find they’re doing something wrong with their technique, or need nudging in the right direction towards new poses and transitions. Beginners need even more of a helping hand. And that’s where apps come in.

Grab a good yoga app, and you’ll get a pocket-sized instructor to lead you through your routines wherever you might be. Find the right app, and you might learn new yoga poses, find out the science behind your movements, and more. There’s generally a fee, sometimes a big one, for the more capable apps, but there are ad-supported freebies out there too.

So, join us. Get more bendy, laser-focus your mind, and breathe like a master with our selection of the best yoga apps on the iPhone and Android app stores.

1. DDP Yoga Now!

The power of positivity from one of the best talkers in the business


Best for: Personal motivation Available on: Android, iOS In app purchases: Yes Size: 143mb

An app which begins with a 6ft 5in former professional wrestler smashing down a concrete wall might not seem like the most yoga thing in the world, but wait: Diamond Dallas Page’s somewhat macho take on yoga is one developed by someone who knows what it’s like to have a battered body.

Page has coached a large number of physically disadvantaged people back to health, and his popular program has the potential to suit those who prefer a little more bravado and a whole lot more direct motivational verbiage in their workout.

Actually accessing the full DDP Yoga scheme through the app isn’t cheap, but there’s a seven-day trial on offer before you have to stump up the cash, and a number of videos available without signing up. Perhaps the bombastic side of yoga might not suit those looking for a tranquil stretch, but Page’s live workouts are a reason to motivate yourself to move, and this is yoga built for strength and conditioning as well as flexibility for people of literally all abilities, from bedridden up.

2. Pocket Yoga

Work on your poses wherever you may be

Best for: Workouts in the wild Available on: Android, iOS and Mac In app purchases: Yes Size: 131.3mb

This app downloads everything to your phone – there’s no need for any network connection. So if you’re in a tranquil spot in the woods, if you’ve been banished to a desert island, or if you’ve simply run out of mobile data, you’ll still be able to go through one of the 27 included sessions.

Those sessions vary in difficulty and duration, meaning you’ll be able to find one to suit your ability or your time available. There’s also a dictionary included which walks you through every step of finding the correct posture and alignment for each move, to ensure you start your yoga journey right.

Whether you’re a just starting out or you’re well-practiced in the ways of yoga, the tools are there to track your progress, stay motivated, and you can even unlock new virtual environments as you improve.

3. Yoga Studio

Perfect for the pregnant, or the not pregnant

Best for: Dedicated prenatal section Available on: Android, iOS In app purchases: Yes Size: 182.7mb

While there’s a prenatal yoga section that’s one of this app’s big selling points, you do not actually have to be pregnant to use it – there are 65 classes included which will suit just about anyone of any skill level.

Select a class which suits your time frame, or select based on your level of focus, or something you particularly want to work on. If you only have quarter of an hour and need to enhance your relaxation, or you want to work on balance for a full hour, you’ll find something to suit.

That prenatal section, though, is where things really start to shine. It’s designed both to help expectant mothers’ bodies support the healthy growth of the baby, while also encouraging the little blighter to move further away from the ribcage to allow for easier breathing.

There is a little catch, though. Unless you stump up for a subscription you won’t be able to get access to the full suite of poses, create custom classes, or tap into the wisdom of master yogi Rodney Lee.

4. Daily Yoga

Fitness focused yoga for those who want to gracefully tone up

Best for: Fitness Available on: Android, iOS In app purchases: Yes Size: 74.4mb

Whether you’re after a totally toned stomach or just a slightly better all-around look, yoga is a great way to burn off that excess fat. Daily Yoga naturally provides yoga, but it also throws in Pilates, Vinyasa, and HIIT for a truly intense workout for all abilities.

You can work on technique and focus through the class plans, or drill down to more specific targets: weight control, body sculpting, strength and beyond. The instructions are lucid enough that you’ll at least know how to do the most complex moves, even if your body doesn’t cooperate.

The fitness focus continues in the extra features – you can track calories burned and overall workout times in order to move step-by-step towards your own personal goals. It’s subscription based, so the basic app is a little barren, but as ever it’s a question of personal motivation. If you’re going to pay up, you’re more likely to follow the plan.

5. Universal Breathing Pranayama

An app dedicated to stress relief and meditation

Best for: Stress relief and breathing Available on: Android, iOS, Nook and Mac In app purchases: Yes Size: 90.6mb

You might think of yoga as a tool for improving flexibility, or something to get you toned. It is that. But it’s more: this particular app focuses on the more meditative side of yoga, helping you to master the correct breathing techniques. This can lead to real health benefits: better sleep, greater stamina, lower blood pressure, and much more.

Follow its extensive courses, and you’ll learn techniques which you can apply any time you’re doing yoga (or even when you’re sat at your desk). There’s not much of a focus on poses, so you’ll need another app for that, but this is a great way to improve your other skills.

6. 5 Minute Yoga

For those always on the go

Best for: Quick and easy workouts Available on: Android, iOS In app purchases: Yes Size: 23.3mb

You’ll probably find the pose videos here a little weird. We did. Rather than just showing a master doing their thing, or displaying a standard animation, they highlight the pose from within the human body, illustrating exactly what you’re doing with your muscles as you pull them off.

Creating your own routines is a simple case of filling a timeline with poses from the app’s extensive catalogue, whereby they’re played back seamlessly as you work out – although you’re only given audio guidance as you go, so you’ll need to do a little revision beforehand.

Doing so is reasonably easy, since you can view each pose from multiple angles, which should help with accuracy.

7. FitStar Yoga

Personalised tuition from a master of her craft

Best for: Hitting goals Available on: iOS In app purchases: Yes Size: 102.9mb

Strala Yoga founder Tara Stiles fronts this very personal app, which is perfect if you’re focusing on specific fitness goals or you’re trying to hit a target weight.

You can access personalised practice sessions, fed to you based on the data you enter; if you want something more, you can find it based on your specific goals and capabilities. If you’re heading for a calorific target, if you’re looking to improve your heart rate, this is an app which allows you to really track the benefits of the work you put in.

While some apps go for illustrations, Fitstar Yoga offers up HD videos of poses with in-depth information which helps you to get it just right. You’re given control of just how long or intense you want those workouts to be, so you can dial it up as your strength and fitness improves. Subscribe, and you’ll be offered new poses to practice, ensuring things never get stale.

8. Simply Yoga

A more basic yoga app that doesn’t bypass beginners

Best for: Beginners Available on: Android, iOS In app purchases: No Size: 111.3mb

Dipping your toe into the waters of Yoga can be a little intimidating, but this is a solid first step. It features a host of timed workouts, with over 30 poses suitable for beginner yogis, and it’s completely free so you can learn whether yoga is for you without shelling out on one of the sometimes pricey subscription apps we’ve covered here.

It might be free, but the quality is there nonetheless. The tutorials feature video and audio which ease you into the correct position, although you’ll have to endure adverts here and there. There’s also a full version available, which does away with the ads and includes level two techniques and custom routines.

9. iYoga

Did you know that there’s a science to yoga?

Best for: Understanding yoga Available on: iOS In app purchases: Yes Size: 511mb

You’ll probably find the pose videos here a little weird. We did. Rather than just showing a master doing their thing, or displaying a standard animation, they highlight the pose from within the human body, illustrating exactly what you’re doing with your muscles as you pull them off.

Creating your own routines is a simple case of filling a timeline with poses from the app’s extensive catalogue, whereby they’re played back seamlessly as you work out – although you’re only given audio guidance as you go, so you’ll need to do a little revision beforehand.

Doing so is reasonably easy, since you can view each pose from multiple angles, which should help with accuracy.

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