If you miss the yoga studio experience, you’ll love this personalized streaming service
Online workouts are not a new concept. Jane Fonda popularized it in the 1980s, and it has steadily gained traction since — even more so now that most of the world is stuck at home with no access to gyms or fitness centers. If you’ve been missing your yoga classes and found that executing downward dog poses by your lonesome is unstimulating, enroll in Yogaia, the world’s first live and interactive online yoga studio.
Garnering over 300 positive reviews on TrustPilot, Yogaia broadcasts over 1,000 mind and body classes and workouts, ranging from yoga and pilates to meditation and stretching, and a whole lot more. Unlike the online exercises you see on YouTube, Yogaia delivers live and interactive yoga classes, where you get to participate in real-time. It mimics the atmosphere of a real class, only you get to partake in the comfort of your own home. Plus, all live classes can be watched as recordings afterward, allowing you to still get a workout should your WFH schedule not coincide with the lessons.
If you’re strapped for time, there are classes that last for only five minutes and require beginner-friendly routines, but there are also classes that stretch for well over an hour and comprise of advanced techniques. Plus, over 100 new classes are added to the platform every week, so you won’t run out of programs to participate in.
Usually $399, you can get a lifetime subscription to Yogaia on sale for only $299 — a savings of 25 percent.
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