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Yoga on the go

Updated on: 09 February,2020 08:05 AM IST  |  Mumbai
Nasrin Modak Siddiqi |

From access to different teachers and styles to being able to practice in the comfort of your home, learning yoga online comes with benefits

Yoga on the go

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Boho Beautiful

Entrepreneur Devita Saraf who tunes in to Yoga Wanderlust on YouTube, says the instructor performs yoga at some of the most scenic places, in the world and her instructions make the toughest asanas seem like a breeze.

Fee: Rs 6,379 onwards
Available at: @bohobeautifullife

Asana Rebel

A more holistic app that helps you plan and design your day to keep it healthy. A lot of recommended exercises on this platform are yoga-hybrids. The quick ones are perfect for those on-the-go. You'll find warm ups, burpees, and post workout stretches as well.

Fee: Most videos are free. Plans start at R280 per month
Available at: Asana Rebel App

Yoga on Healthify

Yoga On Healthify

This home-grown app is quite holistic in its approach towards health, and offers personal transformation programmes with yoga videos. On the platform, yoga trainers provide customised workout plan to the users based on their health goals.

Fee: Rs 2,000 per month
Available at: HealthifyMe app

Yoga Vibes

This fully-loaded library of videos for online yoga classes has some of the best curated exercises to guide you on your asana journey. Choose from over 85 teachers and seven specialised partner classes; you can even filter by teacher, length, level, style and focus to find a class that meets your needs.

Fee: Rs 21,217 onwards
Available at:



This fun channel by award-winning fitness instructor Cassey Ho has the world hooked. While the form may not be hardcore yoga, many patrons find the use of pop music with classical pilates routines similar to power yoga. Wealth manager Salonee Sanghvi who started on it a year ago, loves the flexibility it provides. "I used to have back pain and the physiotherapist recommended yoga or pilates to strengthen the core and back muscles. Ho's videos focus on different parts of the body. A monthly calendar tells you what videos to follow on which day for a great workout."

Fee: A 12-week self-paced class is Rs 21,282
Available at:

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