YouTube is a ridiculously awesome resource when it comes to fitness videos. Every day a new channel pops up from someone trying to show you how they work out and that is great because you never run out of new workouts to try!
YouTube is especially great for yoga.
We use YouTube videos to help us reference all of the different yoga poses we showcase in our posts.
7 Awesome YouTube Yoga Channels
In this post, we’ve gone through a ton of different yoga channels to find what we believe are some of the best ones. With so many out there we’ve of course missed a couple so don’t take this as the definitive list of Yoga YouTube Channels.
Just take it as a recommendation for channels that you should check out.
These are in no particular order.
The Queen of Yoga on YouTube (seriously, she dominates all yoga searches), Adriene brings a nice light-heartedness to yoga. She makes it feel like you are sitting in her home doing awesome poses with her.
Tim is a cool dude. I don’t know else to put it. When I think of a yogi I picture people like Tim.
Smooth. Relaxed. Gentle.
He provides a ton of awesome yoga workouts along with great tutorials.
4. Yoga TX
Cole. Cole. Cole. Cole.
She’s the bomb dot com (is that what adults say?).
What I love about her videos is that she gives you some personal insight into herself which makes you feel a bit more connected.
She also makes me want to grow dreads but I’m not sure I can pull them off.
5. Do You Yoga
Like challenges? Do You Yoga has a ton of awesome challenges for you and is a great channel for targeting specific parts of your body.
Sara Beth’s channel is great because it goes beyond yoga. It talks about her diet and life which makes you better understand her lifestyle.
Another awesome channel that covers more than yoga. PsycheTruth takes a look into yoga, nutrition, massage, fitness, weight loss, psychology, and happiness.
YouTube Is a Great Way to Start
If you’re looking into getting started with a type of workout, like tabata, then YouTube is a great place to start. Once you get familiar with a style of workout that you like then you can start to look for more specialized courses and products.
However, YouTube gives you the opportunity to do any type of training you want for free. It might not be as organized but if you’re trying to get fit on a budget, YouTube is a great resource for you.