18 YouTube Channels We Recommend for Free Yoga Videos
For days that you don’t have the time or funds to make it to your local yoga studio, you can turn to the world wide web to get your yoga fix. YouTube has a ton of great (did we also mention free?!) yoga and fitness videos that are fun, informative, and help you reach new heights in your yoga practice.
Here are 18 YouTube channels we love for free yoga videos:
Yoga with Adriene
Yoga with Adriene has a large and diverse selection of video tutorials and sequences for all yogis. Whether you are new to yoga or you have been practicing for years, the energetic and cheerful Adriene will get you flowing and breathing. Adriene’s engaging personality shines through her videos, and whether you are looking for yoga for weight loss, digestion, yoga for runners, bedtime yoga, or beyond, Yoga with Adriene has it all!
Yoga with Adriene
This channel is great for: Yogis who like a large selection of yoga sequences, especially those new to yoga who can learn through her sequences. Adriene posts new content on a regular basis, so anyone can get their yoga fix through her channel.
Yoga with Tim
Yoga with Tim is all about total body yoga classes taught by Tim Senesi. Tim posts new videos weekly, with practices both in the studio and outdoors. Whether you’re looking for 30-day challenges, yoga for strength and balance, or even a series on inversions or arm balances, Tim has videos for everything. Novices and experts alike will both enjoy listening to and flowing with Tim.
Yoga with Tim
This channel is great for: Yogis that want to work on deepening their practice and developing total body strength through their yoga practice. If you’re looking for an all-body, challenging practice, Tim has a video for you.
A practicing yogi for almost 20 years (and Ashtangi for 15), Kino MacGregor is a yoga teacher, author of three books, founder of Miami Yoga Magazine, co-founder of Miami Life Center, and star of six yoga DVDs. Kino’s YouTube channel is an encyclopedia of yoga poses and full length yoga practices. By practicing with Kino, you’ll feel part of a worldwide community of yogis.
This channel is great for: Yogis who want to delve deeper into their yoga practice and expand their posture knowledge with one of the best in the business.
Tara Stiles is the personal instructor of Deepak Chopra. She has videos focused on Strala yoga, as well as videos by specific target area or theme. Her YouTube channel is organized by sequence type, which includes: “Get Strong,” “Get Flexible,” “Get Calm,” and “Bedtime.” As an added bonus, Tara also has a bunch of videos showing healthy and delicious recipes like Lazy Pad Thai and Jet Lag Juice.
This channel is great for: Yogis who want to learn from a world-renowned instructor who focuses on making yoga accessible to all.
Ali Kamenova Interval Yoga
Ali is a Los Angeles-based yoga teacher who merged power and vinyasa-style yoga with her own interval yoga style to create a practice that is both fast-paced and fun while still being spiritual and healing. Ali offers classes for all levels of yogis, from a 30-minute beginner class for weight loss to a full 60-minute sequence that will get your heart rate flowing with a full body and ab workout. She also offers picturesque sequences filmed by the water for a beautiful view while you’re doing your morning flow.
Ali Kamenova Interval Yoga
This channel is great for: All levels of experience who want a fast-paced, heart-pumping, challenging yoga sequence that will clear your mind while toning your body.
The videos on Brett Larkin’s YouTube channel are a variety of vinyasa flow sequences as well as yoga tutorials. Whether you want to nail your splits or another specific pose, or take a detoxifying yoga flow, there are videos to match your interest or goal. Brett is fun to watch and practice with, and you will come away learning and growing in your yoga practice.
This channel is great for: Yogis who want a detox yoga practice, or those looking for quality instruction in both yoga and meditation.
SarahBethYoga has a variety of yoga sequences, videos on meditation and mindfulness, as well as clean eating. If you only have a few minutes to be on your mat, there are videos from 3 to 30 minutes you can participate in. There are videos for morning yoga, bedtime yoga, vinyasa flow, and numerous sequences for target areas. New videos are posted every Friday.
This channel is great for: Yogis who want to incorporate clean eating and mindfulness into their yoga practice and everyday life.
Yoga by Candace
If you want shorter yoga sequences – those in the 15-30 minute range – Yoga by Candace is the YouTube channel for you. There are numerous videos that teach you how to incorporate different items into your yoga practice, i.e. blocks, stability balls, chairs, and even a bench. Candace also offers some meditation videos for those that want to work on being calm and present.
Yoga by Candace
This channel is great for: Those that want a quick and simple yoga sequence or want to learn how to incorporate different items or props into your practice.
Fightmaster Yoga was founded by Yogaworks teacher trainer Lesley Fightmaster. This channel has an expansive collection of yoga disciplines and videos, from yoga sequences targeted at specific areas (hip openers, low back pain, stiff neck) to full body flow videos. Fightmaster Yoga also offers a 30-day yoga program for beginner yogis as well as Yoga Fix 90, a 90-day program to get you in the yoga habit. New classes are released every Monday.
This channel is great for: Any experience level yogi – there’s something offered for everyone – who also seeks a sense of online community.
Sadie Nardini is a renowned yoga instructor, author, and TV host. Her videos are quick and targeted – most are under 15 minutes and focus on a specific body part or posture. Videos include shoulder stretches, core strengtheners, and hip openers. There are also a few yoga flow sequences, but most videos are short and sweet.
This channel is great for: Yogis that want a fast and direct yoga sequence from a quality, unique, and engaging teacher.
SeanVigueFitness – For the guys!
Equipped with a baseball hat and sneakers, Sean Vigue is perfect for all the non-traditional male yogis out there. Sean offers a 30-day beginner training program for those that are new to yoga or may be apprehensive about starting a yoga practice. Sean has a lot of 10-minute sequences for those that want a quick fix, and also offers more specific abdominal and arm and shoulder workouts. You can also download his free app for yoga and fitness on the go.
This channel is great for: All the yogi guys out there who want to practice with a down to earth yoga dude who gives you challenging videos but makes you feel welcome.
Kinetic Vigilantes was created by Patrick Beach and his girlfriend Carling to feature yoga and recipe videos. There are some shorter videos (20 minutes) for those that want to get some strengthening in a pinch, to full length yoga flow videos. Patrick and Carling post yoga sequences from all over the world, including Frankfurt, Vienna, Canary Islands, Barcelona, and more. New content is posted every week.
This channel is great for: Those that love this popular yoga couple, or for those who want to learn from quality instruction and also get a dose of healthy, delicious recipes.
Cosmic Kids Yoga
Cosmic Kids Yoga has yoga videos specifically designed for children. Led by the spunky and inviting Jaime, the videos are themed by things like movies, including Star Wars and Frozen, to animals, such as pigeons and dolphins. The videos range from 15-20 minutes. Cosmic Kids also offers mindfulness meditation for children.
Cosmic Kids Yoga
This channel is great for: Those that want to introduce their children to yoga in a fun, comforting, interactive, and educational setting.
Yoga TX offers free yoga videos taught by a variety of certified yoga instructors. A lot of videos are designed for those suffering from pain and ailments (back pain, neck pain, etc.) as well as those new to yoga. Their goal is to teach directly and personally to give viewers the feel of having a private yoga session. New videos are posted every Tuesday and Thursday.
This channel is great for: Yogis who want to feel like they are practicing in a studio or one-on-one setting from the comfort of their own home.
Erin Motz is the founder of Bad Yogi, the perfect channel for those that are not the “perfect” yogi. Bad Yogi is for any and all yogis out there, regardless of your background – Erin is an all-inclusive teacher. She is personable and offers vlogs, meditation videos, as well as yoga sequences. Bad Yogi also offers a 10-day and 4-week yoga challenge.
This channel is great for: Yogis that want a dose of realism with their yoga practice and who appreciate authenticity in their practice as well as their teacher.
From quick 3-minute videos to those over an hour long, EkhartYoga has a video to suit your needs and time frame. Featuring over 2,000 videos, there are videos for pregnancy, seniors, weight loss, energy, core strength, and more. From beginners to advanced yogis, to those that want to work on meditation or inversions, there are sequences for you.
This channel is great for: Anyone and everyone! They have everything!
A certified yoga instructor, Nora has vinyasa flow classes for beginners to advanced yogis. Learn how to use a strap in forearm balance, or indulge in Yin for flexibility. Nora also posts videos focused on meditation and positive thinking, as well as recipes and healthy snacks. From handstand press tutorials to how to make your own almond milk, you’ll find this and more at Yogi Nora.
This channel is great for: Yogis who want to follow a healthy diet and lifestyle and get delicious and healthy recipe ideas, in addition to a broad variety of yoga classes.
Did you know that YogiApproved launched a YouTube channel? We offer free videos for yoga pose tutorials, yoga sequences for strong abs, to reduce low back pain and so much more, in addition to healthy and convenient recipes, product reviews and our very own custom features you will only find here! YogiApproved is dedicated to bringing you knowledge and positivity to empower you to live your highest, healthiest potential.
This channel is great for: Anyone wanting to lead a healthy, happy, and balanced lifestyle. We love all things yoga, health and wellness, and your wellbeing is our top priority. Join our family!
If you are tight on cash or time, but you still need to get your yoga on, YouTube is an excellent avenue to keep your routine fresh and diversified day after day. All you need is a good WiFi connection and keyword searches (i.e. “restorative yoga,” “beginner’s yoga,” etc.), and you are well on your way to a custom yoga routine that will match your needs and abilities.
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