7 Best Yoga Apps in 2018 ~

Yoga is a type of exercise that combines a system of breathing techniques and poses in order to bring physical and mental well-being. Because yoga does not require any experience level, it is appropriate for all ages, young and old and for people living with chronic conditions or not.

If you are a quiet, introvert type of person, yoga is the ideal workout because it’s quiet, meditative and requires very little interaction with other humans — but going to a crowded studio is another story. Luckily, yoga apps can help solve this issue. You can practice at home, on the road, in your workplace or anywhere with just your smartphone and mat!

Get ready to make a change in your life today! Whether you feel like chillin’ out, saving money or avoiding people — say Namaste! to the 7 best yoga apps in 2018 with full workout for you to try:

1. The YouTube Yogi

This app is appropriate for people who are often on the go. This app was created by those behind Yoga with Adrianne so you can easily watch all her videos, plus download them for offline use. This app also allows you to connect with other followers.

Price: $9.99 a month.

2. Yoga Poses

This app is good for beginners who need suggestions for how to modify commonly used poses. It features a glossary of 250 yoga poses, with written descriptions and video demos. If you want to get familiar with the Sanskrit names of certain yoga poses, you will definitely use this tool.

Price: Free.

3. Yoga Studio

This app is for regular yoga practitioners. It is a comprehensive collection of yoga classes. They offer 5, 20, and 30 minute pre-made classes plus allow you to make up your own class using their library of 280 yoga poses. It is downloadable so you can use the workouts offline or stream the classes on your Apple TV or laptop. The best part is that if you don’t like a pose, swipe to skip it.

Price: $4.99.

4. Down Dog

This app is perfect for people who get bored easily. Vinyasa yoga might sound like a snooze but this app makes it more interesting with three different class structures and accompanying playlists. Each time you use the app, Down Dog will mix up the workout so you never have to repeat a flow.

Price: $7.99 per month for pro membership.

5. Daily Yoga

This app are for beginners who want to learn about yoga. Yoga workouts for all levels are available in this app but if you’re just starting off you’ll find the set plans very helpful. This program range from one week to 30 days long and focuses on a theme like fitness or mindfulness. They even have specialized courses to help you learn to safely do a split or shoulder stand.

Price: Free to download; $9.99 a month.

6. Asana Rebel

This app are for those looking for more of a workout. It offers yoga routines that combine interval training and traditional yoga to help you build strength. It involves a lot of planks. There are distinct categories for the yoga flows like strength, flexibility and relaxation so you shift it up or down depending on your mood.

Price: Free to download; $37.99 for 3 month coaching program.

7. Pocket Yoga

This app is good for people who want to practice at home or on the go. Pocket yoga’s vocal and visual instructions will take you through each pose including your breathing. You can study the correct body positions from their library of 200 illustrated poses and select one of 17 programs depending on your experience level. This app tracks your practices and how many calories you’ve burned, you can follow your progress easily. The IOS app works with Apple’s Watch, Ipad and TV making it easy to practice at home or on the go.

Price: $2.99.