My Yoga Online features over 1000 streaming videos for various forms of Yoga and meditation. Since I began to access this content that has been created by experts in their fields, I have been learning about Yoga as well as other necessary tools in order to lead a healthier lifestyle such as healthy eating, stress management and gratitude for myself and the world around me.
How can this not be a wonderful gift to give during the holidays?
This is also a great option to think about adding to your ‘want’ list to make it easy for your loved ones to shop for you.
I have been featuring My Yoga Online for five months and I am really enjoying it. Being able to log in and complete a session at any time of the day or night is a huge time saver. I don’t have the luxury of a personal schedule very often so I can’t plan a 20 minute car ride to a 45 minute yoga session that costs $20. Not to mention that I don’t like driving anywhere if I don’t have to in our -20 degree weather.
A year’s subscription to My Yoga Online is $7.49 per month. This gives the user unlimited access to all of the videos and content on the site, including courses, information, on health and wellness, advice from leading experts in the industry, and a large community of fellow yoga enthusiasts.
There is a special coming up soon for anyone who wants to try out the site. From December 10 – December 21, My Yoga Online is offering a free membership to everyone — that means you too. During their 12 Days of Free Yoga (12 Days of Gratitude), you can sign up and try out everything there is on the website for yourself. You can sign up right now.
For it’s very affordable price, the quantity and quality of content, and the fact that it saves so much time, My Yoga Online makes our Holiday Top Picks list.
Disclosure: A subscription was received in order to review and feature My Yoga Online for one year. The opinions expressed in this post are those of the author and are not influenced in any way.
Sheri publishes, and writes at This Bird’s Day where she shares all of the thoughts in her head without the voices. Sticking mainly with content for Canadians, Sheri shares family stories, product information and anything that fits into her (and her family’s) daily activities.