Let premiere instructor Janet Stone guide you through a vigorous-yet-sumptuous approach to Vinyasa yoga. This dynamic form of yoga flows from one posture to the next in rhythm with your breath.
Janet will be with you every step of the way through over 100 flows. You'll never feel lost with over 5 hours of Janet's expert audio instructions supporting your movements and over 3 and a half hours of video demonstrating perfect form. These beautiful flows are arranged into 6 practices that change each day and 4 practices that progress in difficulty. Routines for beginners to advanced yoga practitioners. The included Practice Builder also allows you to make your own sequences.
• Over 3 and a half hours of beautiful video to guide your form.
• Over 5 hours of audio instructions.
• Nearly 2 and a half hours of yoga music provides the perfect atmosphere for your practice.
• 13 five-minute meditations to help you find your center, relax and focus.
• Over 100 yoga flows.
• Practices designed for beginner, intermediate or advanced users.
• 6 programs that change every day.
• 4 programs that progress in difficulty each day.
• Practice Builder: Create your perfect practice.
• Track and share your results with your friends.
Fixed for iOS 9.
Ratings and Reviews
⚠️⚠️⚠️ Not for beginners!!! ⚠️⚠️⚠️
It has yoga sessions for beginners, it is not. I bought this app as a truly naive practitioner and promptly ignored it for ~2yrs. In that time I took 40 studio yoga sessions. This app COULD be great, once I learned the basics and proper poses/posture I LOVE this app ❤️❤️❤️. All they need to do is add a true beginner session detailing the basics: four corners, downward dog, warrior poses, breathing, etc explaining how everything should look and feel. Also calling out the more common names during flows (maybe in a beginner intro session have text on screen with both names). When I tried it before, I like others quit because I felt so lost. Also, wheel isn't a true beginner pose but it's in the beginner series. Maybe in the beginner series calling out a few more alternatives would be good. On that note also have more poses that you can do to work into the more difficult poses. For studio time I paid $10/session, so this app is a steal (once you know what you're doing).
One more thing - it should be easier to restart a series. When I jump from daily to flexibility, I have to look up in my history where I was since it defaults to day 1. Finding how to do that was no easy task either.
Best Comprehensive Yoga App!! Works on iPad
Definitely works on iPad (portrait mode). I rarely write reviews, but this app's soooo top-of-the-line that I had to! If you're looking for quality, pristine, revitalizing, health-enhancing yoga routines with a cardio workout founded in a healing, nurturing tone, that's packaged in one video, this is the app for you. I own numerous yoga apps, and am still at the beginner level. Many other apps do not offer multi-level practices with all the flowing sequences in one simple video. I grew tired of other app's poor quality videos that forced me to click a video for each pose. This app offers numerous comprehensive videos for the beginner, intermediate & advanced yoga practitioner (17 to 30 minutes each). It offers many ready-made practices that are invigorating. There are also brief instructional videos for each pose. You can even build your own routine & save it.
Janet gently guides each pose in the sequence, at a good & do-able pace, coupled with soothing background music & a beautiful, peaceful retreat-like setting (instead of other apps' dissonant gym setting or the ubiquitous beach setting). And it has a wonderful added bonus: several brief meditations that balance, soothe & inspire. All of this at such a cheap price is truly incredible. Thank you! Namaste.
Can't keep up
I am not new to yoga. I'd say I'm past beginner and can handle intermediate material. I thought I would start from scratch with a basic Vinyasa lesson. What I like about the app, compared to some of the other yoga apps that I've used, is that it uses live video instead of pictures and the music and sound effects aren't cheesy and over the top. However, I had to stop mid-session to write this review because I'm so frustrated that I can't keep up! Like I said, I'm not new to yoga and I also don't have any problem following instruction, and the basic Vinyasa has very basic moves in it, and right now I am more stressed and flustered because I am trying to do proper positioning and breathing and she's 3 steps ahead of me :| I guess if I push through this 12 more times I'll just have it memorized and can go at my own pace but in the mean time... I'm going to look for another app until there's a way to slow it down.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.