5 Free yoga practice podcasts

5 Free yoga practice podcasts

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For your listening pleasure, I thought I’d share my top 5 picks for yoga practice podcasts. There are SO many yoga practice podcasts out there so it was difficult to choose, but I narrowed it down to my go-to resources for an at-home or on-the-road yoga session on my mat.

Turn up the volume, roll out your mat, and practice to these 4 yoga podcasts:

  1. Yoga Journal’s weekly yoga practice podcast: ranging from 20 to 60 minute classes, these podcasts talk you through an asana yoga practice. I practice to them on nights when I don’t have enough time to get to a class or when I am on the road. They are available on iTunes for free and some are also available with a video of the practice.
  2.  Yoga Download’s podcast: 20 minute yoga led sessions. You can link a few of these together to create a longer practice session or enjoy a small taste of yoga even if you only have half an hour on your mat. Check them out on iTunes and their website also offers additional free yoga classes!
  3. YOGAAmazing’s podcast: led by yoga teacher Chaz Rough. Each one has a specific focus (aimed at reducing fatigue, achy legs, stress, etc). He has a free archive on iTunes if you search “YOGAmazing.”
  4. Yoga Today: short (~10 minute) “light” practices which include audio and video. The videos take place with gorgeous outdoor backdrops, providing some nice eye candy! Their podcast serves as a teaser for their website which provides a longer free weekly online class as well as paid subscriptions to online yoga classes (I don’t get a commission, I promise!). The free podcast can be found on iTunes.
  5. Live Love Yoga’s podcast: Longer classes aimed at advanced practitioners. Hosted by a yoga teacher training school, they don’t provide a lot of alignment cues but flow you through a vigorous practice. Available on iTunes.

Podcasts are perfect when you don’t have time to get to a studio or if you are travelling and need a short session in your hotel room.

Now, no more excuses. Go practice!