I use http://www.doyogawithme.com/ it has all levels of yoga routines and meditations. This is a great site with information about yoga and instructional classes. Best of all its free. You do have to register, but its well worth it. I don't get spammed either.
Hope this helps!
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AFINEMESS it will take a bit of your time to find what you like, paying or not. There is a great restorative dvd by Barbara Benagh: Yoga for Stress Relief, it has 20 easy routines from 10-15 min to 60 min. Check the Boost your Willpower Challenge the yoga practices takes 21min and the meditation 15 min, which can be done together or in two parts. Hopefully nearby and within your busy schedule you could go to a studio to try a class with a certified instructor.
I'm actually a newbie and I don't know what I like, which type of yoga. I guess right now since I am doing other activities, I was into the idea of some restorative yoga but for beginners. I was more asking about a paying site, I don't have much free time and it seems to me that it's more easier to just log into your yoga website and directly access the videos instead of making many search on many websites to find a good free one.
I bookmarked a lot of the suggested sites and intend to check them out, but I was just asking if people had favourites so I have a clue of where to start looking :) GaiamTV seems great!
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Yoga Journal, check the current challenge Boost Your Willpower thread. It is free and besides the challenge has a lot of excellent information and even a magazine
In the FORUM below you'll find a list of many good sites.
The choice is personal, it depends if you want to pay or if you want it free, in both cases the instructors are great. Also in the type of Yoga you want to practice. How familiar you are with Yoga poses. It is advisable to attend a studio or gym to learn the poses the right way under the supervision of a certified instructor and then develop if you want your own home practice.
Kripalu is also free and great site. Gaiam TV excellent instructor but it is not free. Check the FORUM for more sites.
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Our choices define us. E. Kant
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I don't know if a topic on this subject has already been started but if so, I'm sorry ;)
What is your favourite community / website for yoga online? I've heard of Yoga Today and Yogaglo so far but haven't tried yet. Is there others worth checking out? What should I look at to make a good decision?
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