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Top 5 Yoga YouTube Channels You Don't Want to Miss

Sometimes, let's be real, a lot of times, life get's crazy busy. It can be impossible to get up for that 6am class or meetings keep you in the office till after 7pm. Maybe you're balancing the busy mom or dad life. Whatever stands in your way for missing that yoga class, we see you and we feel you. That's why lately, we've been turning to YouTube for classes we can do at home. Yep, we said YouTube. It's surprisingly FILLED with amazing classes from some of the best teachers around the world. So, we've picked 5 YouTubers we've tried and tested and recommend for you, Yogis. Because somedays it's the best we can do... and these are really good!


Yoga with Adriene

Adriene has been the queen of yoga on YouTube since 2012. She offers videos for a range of abilities. As she says on her channel, "I welcome all levels, all bodies, all genders, all souls!" On her YouTube channel you can find slow flows, intense energizing flows, and everything in between. Give her channel a peep and let us know what you think!


Morgan Tyler

Morgan has been a popular instagram influencer for the past few years. She's most known for her handstand and headstand tutorials. Her YouTube channel has it all. Of course, we LOVE the handstand tutorials, but recently, we've been loving her core focused flows. Check out her video above for some core focused heat!


Bad Yogi

We totally dig this bad ass babe for her edgy, no BS approach to yoga. Created by Erin Motz to make yoga inviting for ALL. As she says "I’m not your traditional yoga teacher: I’m the carnivorous, red wine and French cheese-loving type, and my aim is to keep my classes fun and accessible." That's a vibe we can get behind. Check out her mantra inspired flows or try one of her daily yoga challenges.


Alo Yoga

Besides making some of the best yoga pants out there, Alo Yoga has a YouTube channel that highlights some of our favorite instagram yogis and teachers from around the world. This channel is a great intro for finding a teacher and a style! Alo Yoga's channel has a variety of teachers with various styles. We bet there's at least one you'll want to follow!


Yoga with Kassandra

We like Yoga with Kassandra for those slow flow, yin style classes. She's got tons of videos tailored to athletes and the beginner looking to slow down and focus on postures and breath. Whether you've had a busy day or just need to focus on moving slow, Kassandra's got you covered.


Did you know we have a YouTube channel? Follow along with us as we test our the yoga world of YouTube

Let us know in the comments if you tried any of the channels. We'd love to hear from you!


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