Coincidentally, right about that time my dear Texan friend, Bonnie, recommended Yogaglo.
Yogaglo is a subscription website that offers over one thousand yoga classes from a variety of instructors and in a wide range of styles and levels. You can try Yogalo free for fifteen days. If you decide you would like a subscription the cost is only $18 a month. That is often the price of one Bikhram class! What a I love about Yogaglo:
- The amazing instructors. My current fave is Kathryn Budig (I pretend we are BFFs), but I've learned something from every yogi whose class I've taken.
- There are classes ranging from five minutes to two hours.
- The highest level I can do semi-successfully is 2/3. That means I have so much to learn before I can even delve into the level 3 classes. Very exciting.
- The site offers tutorials on several poses, a beginner center, a section specifically geared towards teens, and the ability to track your practice.
I used to think about yoga as an obligation, something I needed to do to make my body feel better each evening. Now I eagerly anticipate my practice every day. I love every minute of it, especially when it is challenging. I am obsessed!
Anyone else tried Yogaglo?