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Yoga isn’t just for hippies anymore. The great thing about the exercise is how applicable it is to all sorts of scenarios, whether you’re looking for a way to alleviate stress, recover from a previous injury, or build muscular strength for your next endeavor. That said, the peppering of apps below will allow you to learn the poses and positions, while presenting you with all the necessary knowledge you may need to become a true yogi.
Daily Yoga (free)
Geared toward beginners, the app offers short classes with accompanying music, along with a library of different poses and exercise routines. More advanced features and courses require a $13 3/mo. subscription.
Airplane Yoga ($1)
Not afraid of being that weirdo in the airport? Airplane Yoga will guide you through meditation techniques or simple exercises to lessen tension on your back and neck while flying. The app includes videos that demonstrate poses.
Pocket Yoga ($3)
With more than 200 illustrated poses and detailed voice instructions, Pocket Yoga is a guide that’ll run down poses and exercises. Additionally, you can preview various practices and play your own music. The app will log progress every step of the way.
Yoga Studio ($4)
Featuring more than 65 individual classes, ranging from 10 to 60 minutes at any difficulty level, Yoga Studio guides you through poses with HD video classes. It has a robust catalog of more than 280 poses, which should be enough for most people.
YogaCoach is best for beginners. It focuses on breathing and simple stretching, before gradually introducing more difficult yoga positions and advanced techniques. The app also provides techniques for relieving various symptoms and improving your posture.
iYoga Premium ($2)
iYoga Premium aesthetic is only for those comfortable with skinless people. The app provides access to a wealth of intricate poses and techniques, but unlike most other yoga software, images and video demonstrations show how the muscle groups react relative to each position.