5 of the Best: Online Yoga Classes 2020By Angelica Malin
We all need a bit of savasana from our living rooms right now. We’ve got lots of ideas of things to do during self-isolation at About Time, including best books to read, restaurant deliveries & more ideas. From 1-on-1 classes to self-love flow yoga, here’s 5 of the best online yoga classes to calm your mind & move your body during this time:
Join wellness app Urban for their newly launched ’The Stay at Home Club’ – offering live-streamed, one-to-one
Home to some of the best online yoga classes 2020; discover hundreds of classes, from vinyasa flow to foundation builders for beginners on Gaia. It’s perfect for fitting yoga into your life – you can stream or download everything from 15-minute to two-hour classes and practice when you want. It’s a great platform for building on your practice – they’ve got world-renowned instructors and helpful pose guides in the classes.
Annie Clarke is a London-based yoga teacher with a passion for holding space through movement – she uses the practice of yoga as a tool for a deeper, more connected and intuitive way of living. Annie has her own online yoga studio, The Practice by Annie Clarke, which you can join for £35 for 3 months.
Adriene hosts the YouTube channel, Yoga with Adriene, an online community of over 6 million subscribers. She publishes free yoga videos and has a library of over 500 free videos, so there’s something to suit every kind of yogi. You’ll find some of the best online yoga classes 2020 here. Her classes are always creative & soulful – we love the Yoga Kiss, a 40-minute self-loving flow that will ground and nourish you with gentle movement.
Heartcore, one of London’s top workout studios, is hosting a line-up of FREE classes via Instagram Stories. There’s a daily programme of 45-minute barre, yoga and pilates classes with their world-class trainers, which are announced daily on their Instagram feed. It’s time to hit the barre.