8 Yoga Youtube Channels For Your Home Practice
Happy July Adzenture family!
Now that we are in full fledged summer mode (on our side of the world) - our day to day’s can get quite busy. We all know the importance of a consistent self-practice - making sure that we carve out time to dedicate to ourselves to turn inwards, reflect spiritually and become aware of how our bodies are feeling. Without those little touch points (with ourselves), we can often feel overwhelmed or out of touch.
So today, we’ve decided to share with you 8 Yoga Channels You Should Follow so that when you do catch a moment - you can dive into your self-practice in the comfort of your own home.
1. Yoga With Adrienne
Adriene Mishler is an actress, writer, international yoga teacher and entrepreneur from Austin, Texas. On a mission to get the tools of yoga into schools and homes, Adriene hosts the YouTube channel Yoga With Adriene, an online community of over 5 million subscribers. Yoga With Adriene provides high quality practices on yoga and mindfulness at no cost to inspire people of all ages, shapes and sizes across the globe.
2. Yoga With Kassandra
Kassandra is an Ottawa-based Yoga Instructor on a mission to help others feel great with yoga. She started her practice in 2008 as a way to become more flexible and learn to manage stress and anxiety. Little did she know, in a few short years - she would have the privilege of becoming a teacher, passionately committed to sharing yoga with others.
Click here to check her out!
3. Body Positive Yoga
Created by Amber Karnes, Body Positive Yoga is low-pressure, judgment-free yoga for big bodies, creaky joints, and beginners. It's taught by a big yogi with a "big asana" and a big heart!
Amber says, “Yoga has done wonders to transform my life – from the way I interact with others to how I treat my body on and off the mat. Body Positive Yoga (http://bodypositiveyoga.com) discusses my discoveries, struggles, reflections, and breakthroughs in the journey of making peace with my body through yoga, and helping others to do the same.”
You’ll find tips, tricks, and modifications to make yoga work for your unique body, instead of trying to squish yourself into a pose. Inclusivity comes first and you can find it all here.
4. Yoga International
You are probably familiar with Yoga International’s award-winning streaming media organization. Their mission is to inspire people around the world to practice and heal as individuals and communities.
On Yoga International’s channel you can find multiple videos that are pose specific that can help you work on your adjustments. Our personal favourites being How To Improve Your Chaturanga and How to Perfect Your Alignment in Wheel Pose. Check it out here!
5. Yoga With Candace
Candace is the best-selling author of Namaslay®, available at Barnes and Noble and on Amazon. She is an international yoga instructor and the writer behind the popular yoga lifestyle blog http://www.yogabycandace.com.
6. Sarah Beth Yoga
Sarah Beth launched weekly high-quality videos focused on different pain points, so you can address them specifically within your practice. From a 15 Minute Posture Yoga Routine to a 30 Minute Splits Stretch, you’ll find the practice you need within her directory of content. Sarah Beth also has an app that you can download to keep track of your journey!
Check her out here!
7. Yoga Journal
Yoga Journal is known to be the go-to yoga resource and they’ve been around for over 35 years! Their channel houses yoga in a more wholesome manner with executing the practice both on and off the mat with videos like Meditation for After Savasana, Benefits of Drinking Lemon Water and a 5 Minute Guided Meditation for Finding Your Center.
Check out their channel here!
8. Faith Hunter
Faith Hunter is a DC/New York City based yoga and meditation instructor that also rocks the world as a fierce wellness lifestylist, sprinkled with a dash of Louisiana charm. She created her channel to share her Spiritually Fly™ way of life.
Faith’s channel is more meditation centric, giving you high-quality audio clips that you can tune into while you unwind from your practice.
Check her out here!
And that’s a wrap! Through this, you’ll be able to learn a little more about yourself as you develop an independent practice over the summer! We hope that you’ll be able to use this article as a resource and reminder to stay consistent with your self-practice.
Have a safe and wonderful summer Adzenture family!