One of our favourite Yoga Teachers, Antonio Greer aka @stiff_to_splits
Social distancing can take its toll physically and emotionally, so it’s never been more important to make time each day for mindfulness and exercise. We asked our friend and yoga teacher, Antonio Greer (@stiff_to_splits), which online yoga classes we should be doing at home to bring some zen and endorphins to this chaotic situation.
Yoga with Adriene @adrienelouise
A fantastic YouTube channel with hundreds of videos ranging from 10 to 60 minutes. It’s especially good for beginners and those with injuries.
Alo Moves @alomoves
Sign up to Alo Moves, or take advantage of their 14-day free trial, and based on your goals, they will recommend the kind of classes you need.
Studio 3 Australia @studio3australia
A Melbourne based yoga studio but so much more. Streaming yoga, pilates, barre and UBOUND (trampolining), they will even rent a trampoline to you.
To attend a class, sign up to MINDBODY and register for the class you want with Studio 3 Australia. You’ll get emailed a link 15 minutes before class.
Eric Chung @coacheric.co
Focussing on mobility, flexibility, strength & conditioning, as well as inversion there is something here for everyone. Virtual classes are streamed online Mondays through Fridays. You can get half off your first class with the code FIRSTCLASS50.
Lululemon’s YouTube Channel @lululemon
20, 30, 45 and 60-minute classes and playlists dedicated to beginners. These are suitable even if you have kids at home and therefore, even less time for yourself than usual.
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