Want to start a yoga practice in the comfort of your own home, where you can choose your teacher and how much time you have for a class? Want easy to access guided meditation, whether you have 5 minutes or an hour to meditate?
Yogaglo.com is an online resource that is more than just yoga and meditation.
Your investment in yogaglo.com is under $20US a month. This gives you access to hundreds of classes, over 30 teachers, more than 7 yoga styles and a multitude of levels to choose from.You filter as much as you like. Your level, how long you want your class to be, what style you want, your favourite teacher, pick a body part, select a focus and even choose if you want music or no music.
Let’s explore yogaglo.com visually and highlight the features you’ll find when you subscribe.
Choose your class level from 5 options. Want to see where yoga can take you? Check out what they get up to in a level 3 class.
This is the best bit. In a hurry or got heaps of time on your hands, there’s a class for you. Choose between 5 and 120 minutes.
New to yoga, explore 7 different styles. You can go ‘Beyond the Mat’ and listen to a lecture on a myriad of different topics. You can solely do guided meditation.
Find your favourite teacher. We all have favourites that we resonate with. Your favourite may not be your friends favourite. That doesn’t matter when you are customising a class just for you.
Got a body part that needs attention. There’s a class for that. Shoulders need attention? You’re in luck. 32 body parts to get working on.
Now to choose your focus. Evening, breath, energy or beginner? 35 different areas to focus on. No boredom or repetition here. Unless you want repetition.
Your classes are recorded and you can go back to your favourites over and over. If you so please.
Just want to meditate? There are hundreds of guided meditations to choose from and my main reason for subscribing to yogaglo.com.
Yogaglo.com even records your efforts for you. You can look back over a week, month or year to see what you got up to.
Subscribing to yogaglo.com has many benefits. It changed my life in such a positive way. Meditations for grief helped me immensely after losing 2 people closest to my heart in less than a year.
Living in a remote community means that access to real, live classes are hit and miss and very transient. Find someone you like and they move on.
The downside is that a hone practice requires motivation, more so than attending a class. Choosing a regular time for your practice and scheduling it is much more likely to make it happen. Stick at it consistently and the benefits will be worth all the effort.
I’m a big fan of yogaglo.com. You can make it work for you too. It could be life-changing, like it has for me.
What online sources do you use for yoga and/or meditation? What benefits has this given you emotionally and/or physically?