Where to stream live yoga classes online

Here is a list of online platforms, channels and trainers hosting yoga live streams.

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As the world currently grapples with COVID-19, all gyms and studios have temporarily closed. This means that the Internet has now become our saviour for finding fitness workouts, with yoga, meditation and wellness classes becoming some of the most popular live streams.

We've seen studios and personal trainers hold their own live streams, but how do you know who is turning virtual and how much it costs to join in?

Below is a list of a number of yoga platforms offering live streams at varying costs. Some are free and others charge monthly memberships, but all offer virtual yoga classes to keep fit, healthy and happy.

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Kevala Health

Kevala Health Live stream online Yoga, Pilates, Meditation, and Fitness classes. You will feel safe and motivated in these unique virtual online classes through Zoom. Meet Jodie, with over 15 years of teaching experience, guiding you through slow mindful flow classes. Classes are suitable for all levels and ages. Specializing in over 50 health and Beginners.

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Sydney Yoga Collective

Sydney Yoga Collective is live streaming its 32 yoga classes. It costs $10 for unlimited access and there are five free classes available each week.

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I Am That

I Am That is an online yoga studio that offers both live and pre-recorded yoga and meditation classes online. It costs $9 a week for a membership but you can also email the company for a discount if you can't afford it due to the current crisis.

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Ihana Yoga

Ihana Yoga has launched a virtual studio streaming services where you can watch up to five classes live per day. It's also $1 for a two-week trial to give it a go!

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Jessica Dewar Yoga

Jessica Dewar Yoga is Melbourne's first yoga studio with 100% donation-based classes.

It currently offers access to unlimited live streams from $14.95 a week.

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Club Pilates

Club Pilates offers free live workouts and classes on its Facebook page for multiple experience levels. It has a range of classes and uses varied equipment.

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Sky Ting

For those who enjoy relaxation, Sky Ting is dedicated to spherical techniques for longevity and joy.

Sky Ting is live streaming yoga classes and offering the first week free on its $20 per month plan.

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Body Mind Life

If you enjoy doing both yoga and Pilates to mix things up, then Body Mind Life is a great option for you. It is at the pricier end of the scale but you do get the best of both worlds.

Body Mind Life is now offering live stream and online yoga, Pilates and meditation classes. An introduction pass is priced at $108.

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Yogaworks was founded in 1987, and according to its Instagram "offers world-class yoga, teacher trainings, workshops, and online classes at myyogaworks.com".

It is live streaming multiple yoga classes throughout the day on its site and on social media – even for non-members.

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