10 At Home Yoga Classes You Can Do In Your PJs

Easily one of the best things about yoga is its versatility. It can be performed at any time, anywhere, and with or without equipment.

This makes it much easier to participate in exercise without having to go out of your way to get to a class or spend money on specialized equipment.

10 At Home Yoga Classes You Can Do In Your PJs

This is especially useful when you have no time to get to the gym and simply want to exercise quickly.

Today, we want to show you how easy it is to take part in yoga in the limited time you have. To do so, we’ve put together a list of 10 awesome home yoga classes that you can even do in your PJs.

The classes vary in terms of what they offer, where you’ll find them, and how much they cost. Most classes on our list are completely free too!

Let’s get straight into our list!

1. Yoga With Adriene

We’ll start this list with a wonderful free option that’s perfect for individuals that haven’t taken part in much yoga before. 

Yoga With Adriene is a fantastic yoga website and YouTube channel that posts regular yoga classes, guides, and step-by-step sequences.

With over 11 million subscribers, Adriene Mishler has created the perfect platform for those that have little time for exercise.

Her easy-to-follow videos are as short as 10 minutes long and focus on the key principles of yoga. Included are popular poses, yoga development videos, and excellent introduction videos that encourage more people to take the sport up.

A relaxing session before bed is guaranteed to help you sleep.

Classes on offer range in difficulty from beginner to intermediate.

2. Fightmaster Yoga

Next, we have another brilliant free option that brings yoga classes to your front room. Aside from zero costs, the biggest appeal of Fightmaster Yoga is that they cater to everyone’s needs and requirements.

Tailoring each class to target specific moods makes it much easier to find the class that suits you after a stressful day in the office. There is a huge range of videos to choose from, all of which target different parts of the body.

Some classes help strengthen and tone, whilst others help you get a sweat on. Other classes simply focus on the mental side of things, giving you time to reflect and relax.

With 18 different categories of classes to choose from, your options are virtually limitless.

3. Yoga Anytime

If you’re someone that wants to partake in yoga from the comfort of your own home on a regular basis, we can strongly recommend Yoga Anytime.

You do have to pay for Yoga Anytime, but the service you receive in return is incredible. Offering a wide range of themed classes, Yoga Anytime has thousands of classes to choose from. 

Amongst this comprehensive list of classes, there are various levels and styles of videos to choose from. You can rest assured that you’ll find a class that suits your ability.

If you’re looking for more consistency, the brand’s yoga plans and challenges will suit you perfectly. 

There are also multiple seasons and episodes to run through in order to target something different every session.

4. Daily Burn

Next up, we have Daily Burn and its impressive yoga classes. The best thing about Daily Burn’s yoga classes is that they can be done anywhere. If you want, you can simply jump out of bed, put the class on, and work out.

Offering a free trial and reasonably priced memberships, Daily Burn has thousands of personalized yoga classes to choose from. This is extremely beneficial as you’ll be able to find classes that fit your needs and schedule every day.

With over 30 categories to choose from, you can decide what type of class to take, when, and where. 

You can build a sweat-up, meditate, stretch, work out, or simply learn more about yoga principles and disciplines.

5. YogaWorks At Home

If you prefer to join live classes, YogaWorks At Home could be the best option for you. Running more than 25 live stream classes a day, YogaWorks At Home gives you the opportunity to be part of a community without leaving the house.

However, you might not feel comfortable doing the live classes in your PJs.

No need to worry though, YogaWorks At Home also has more than 1,300 pre-recorded classes available on demand.

The great thing about live classes is that they can keep you accountable for staying with the pace and concentrating on taking part for the full 10 to 60 minutes.

The only downside to the service is that the live classes are quite expensive.

6. TaraStiles

The founder of Strala Yoga, a movement system that produces an easy feeling in your body and ignites freedom, also has her own yoga class website and YouTube channel.

On her website and YouTube channel, you’ll find a wide range of entertaining yoga classes you can take part in.

The yoga classes found on her YouTube channel are completely free to take part in. Easily done at home, you can expect a good mix of energizing and relaxing routines that will boost your strength, tone your core, and improve your mental health.

Strala Yoga is a great workout when you want to reboot and release unsavory energy. These classes suit those with basic knowledge of yoga more. Classes range from intermediate to advanced.

7. KinoYoga

If you’re looking for a more spiritually-based yoga class, check out KinoYoga. Ran by yoga teacher Kino MacGregor, KinoYoga is a popular yoga school that offers an impressive range of classes, retreats, and courses. 

In terms of practicing yoga at home, there are over 4,000 classes to choose from. To take part in free classes, you’ll have to head to the YouTube channel.

Classes are designed to push your body and mind to their limits. Great for blowing off steam and releasing stress, classes are disciplined and spiritually oriented.

Perfect for your weekend yoga session, you’ll find yourself growing in confidence in no time. You’ll also become a lot more flexible. 

Classes are a lot more advanced so bear that in mind.

8. Eckhart Yoga

On its website, Eckhart Yoga has over 4,500 yoga classes to choose from. Founded by Esther Eckhart, the brand also has a fantastic YouTube channel that posts regular content that can be done at home.

These classes focus on teaching Vinyasa and Hatha yoga. With a heavy focus on core strength, you can easily slot one or two of these quick yoga sessions in before you go to bed. You could even do them first thing in the morning. 

Combining a mixture of different moves and classes, this is an excellent yoga class source for beginners who want to grow and develop great yoga skills.

The best thing about these classes is that they are all delivered by professional teachers from various backgrounds and cultures.

9. Yoga Journal

Sadly, Yoga Journal no longer updates its YouTube channel with videos on a regular basis. However, that doesn’t mean we can’t still use their extensive list of past videos to take part in yoga at home in our PJs.

Besides, they still have an awesome website packed full of yoga resources and tutorials. Yoga Journals classes consist of a wide range of different yoga lessons.

We love Yoga Journal’s endless supply of morning and evening yoga classes as well their informative lessons that teach you all the technical terms. This includes Sanskrit terms that can come in very handy. 

On top of that, Yoga Journal has a variety of different sequences to take part in so you can work on different parts of your body.

10. Yoga House

Finally, we have Yoga House. Doing all they can to help yoga enthusiasts discover their calm, Yoga House offers a more varied style of class. If you’re looking for more varied routines, make sure you check them out.

The classes on offer at Yoga House explore a wide variety of yoga disciplines. This includes ashtanga, Bikram, power, and kundalini yoga. All of these are perfect for fitness and toning. 

An added bonus worth considering is that Yoga House also has an excellent collection of couples yoga classes, giving you the chance to work out with your partner.

Final Thoughts

The versatility of yoga allows us to do it from the comfort of our own homes. Requiring no equipment or specialized clothing, we are able to take part in yoga classes whenever we have the chance.

In this post, we’ve shown you 10 amazing yoga classes that you can do at home and in your PJs. We’ve looked at free classes that can be found on YouTube, training seasons that you can sign up for, and paid classes that let you join daily live streams.

No matter what you’re looking for in a home yoga class, there’s one for you on our list.

All you need to do now is choose the class that suits your needs and give it a try!

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