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Looking for free yoga classes? Then keep reading! The List has rounded up a bunch of places offering complimentary yoga classes in-studio or online. Read on for seven different ways to get your Vinyasa flow on – for free!
We know Lululemon as a fitness brand, but did you know retailer also offers community fitness classes for free? You read that right! Stores nationwide offer thousands of complimentary group workouts – including free yoga classes! To get in on this freebie, visit their Community page, sift through your location, and learn more about programs like Beach Yoga and Buti Yoga.
2. CorePower Yoga
Free trial offers are always a great way to score free yoga classes – so take CorePower Yoga up on theirs! If you’re a first-time student, you can enjoy an unlimited seven-day pass of free yoga classes. And with over 170 locations, you’ll have no problem finding one near you. The studio offers fun formats like Yoga Sculp, which combines yoga and free weights; and CorePower Cardio, which fuses high-intensity cardio with resistance training. Visit their website to sign up and read all the terms and conditions.
Here’s another studio offering free yoga classes with a trial offer. Newbies can currently enjoy seven days of unlimited classes at YogaWorks, which boasts 45 locations across Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, Orange County, San Francisco Bay area, and Washington D.C. Their programming includes classes such as Vinyasa, Hatha, Pilates, and TRX.
4. Yoga to the People
Yoga to the People technically doesn’t charge, but they request donations when you attend one of their Power Vinyasa Flow classes. Their suggested donation is $10, but they encourage you to give as much as you can – no matter how big or small the contribution. The studio promises they don’t track how much you drop into the donation box, but would love your support! Yoga to the People has locations sprinkled across New York, California, and Arizona.
Don’t want to leave home to enjoy free yoga classes? Then throw on some leggings and log on to DoYogaWithMe.com, which streams tons of cool yoga classes, most of which are free. You can explore their site as a guest, or you can register for their free “community membership”, which allows you to leave comments on the site and interact on their forum. And you if end up totally loving the site, you can upgrade to their premium membership, which gets you unlimited access to all videos for just $10 a month or $99 a year.
6. Daily Burn
Do you like the sounds of 30 days of free yoga classes? Then listen up, because that’s what the fitness streaming service Daily Burn is offering! This website offers over 1,000 on-demand video and audio workouts taught by certified trainers – including a four-week course called Yoga Fundamentals, among other yoga offers. Simply sign up here and get ready to sweat! The only catch? They do ask for credit card information upon sign up, so make sure you cancel your registration before the 30 days is up so you don’t get charged.
7. Free Yoga Classes on YouTube
You can learn to do just about anything on YouTube – including how to master the perfect tree pose! YouTube bristles with yogis offering free instructional videos – like the YouTube channel Yoga with Adrienne. The choices are endless!
If you’re looking for free yoga classes, now you know of seven freebies to help you get your “om” on!