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Why try it? I dis­cov­ered YogaGlo by ac­ci­dent when I found the app on my

Ap­ple TV home screen, and I quickly re­alised that watch­ing a yoga in­struc­tor on a 55” TV is pretty sim­i­lar to at­tend­ing a class, but with more room for your mat. Take it to the next level and cre­ate a calm­ing and serene work­out sanc­tu­ary in your home, then let those zen vibes flow.

What do you get for your bucks? Start with the free 15-day trial to see if you like it. From there it’s just $18 per month for un­lim­ited ac­cess. Whether you’re look­ing for a five-minute med­i­ta­tion or a 90-minute vinyasa, you’ll find it all here. There’s ev­ery­thing from pre­and post-na­tal classes, to Pi­lates, kun­dalini and even part­ner yoga.

What’s it like? YogaGlo is es­sen­tially like hav­ing an in­ter­na­tional line-up of qual­i­fied yoga teach­ers in your liv­ing room. I can highly rec­om­mend Amy Ip­politi for en­dor­phin-boost­ing vinyasa, and if your man or lady is keen to get in­volved, give Honza La­fond’s part­ner class a whirl. Even if you’re not keen to com­mit to a full-length tu­to­rial, a quick 10-minute ses­sion will still leave you feel­ing vir­tu­ous.

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