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Ten Top Yoga Apps

By Therealsupermum @TheRealSupermum

Yoga Apps

If you’re looking to keep fit, yoga apps could be just what you need. There’s no shortage of apps available so you need to think about your ability level and how much time you have available before you choose one. Here you’ll find some of the best yoga apps to consider based upon expert reviews.

Experienced users: If you’re quite experienced in the practice of yoga, you should invest in the iPad’s Yoga Pro app. It provides Asana based exercises and you can take it with you no matter where you go. If you don’t want to pay for this app, there is a free alternative. Yoga Free lets you basically check out the practice before you buy.

Universal Breathing: It doesn’t matter whether you are a beginner or an advanced practitioner, Universal breathing teaches you Pranayama.

iYoga+: If you’re a beginner looking to learn more about how to move between postures, this is the perfect app for you. It features a free presentation, which shows a full yoga sequence.

Yoga 101: There are real models used in these Vinyasa flow workouts. They show you how the exercises should look and you’ll see just how smooth and graceful it should be. The first lesson of the app is absolutely free. After that you will need to pay for each lesson that you want to use.

Airplane Yoga: When traveling on an aeroplane, space is pretty limited. You can also be on there for quite a long time. This can lead to cramping and can cause you to feel tired and lethargic. Airplane Yoga provides you with useful ways to do your exercises on the plane.  There’s a free version available too.   There’s also a little section dedicated to ‘zen travel’. This is actually a great little gift you can give to your colleagues if they travel a lot.

Hatha Yoga iPhone app: With this app you get to use customised or pre-set workouts. It’s a beautiful app that’s a pleasure to use.   49 Poses: This free app is designed with children in mind. It provides videos for teachers and shows how to properly teach children the different poses. The quality of these videos is excellent.

Before downloading any apps it is a good idea to check that they are safe to use. Do an e-safety check just to be sure. You can test out

Yoga Apps
apps for free before you buy and read excellent reviews of yoga games and even kids games online. Experts in e-media type technology run the forum.

iPhone apps: Authentic Yoga featuring Deepak Chopra is a highly recommended app. It has an attractive layout and is demonstrated in an easy to understand way. There’s also the opportunity to ask and answer questions and receive advice from other yogis.

Pilates Interactive: This free iPhone app features 18 different poses and has three different series to follow. The download is well presented and has an attractive design. There’s also a pro version available that’s actually reasonably priced.

Pocket Yoga for iPad Touch, iPhone and iPad: It comes with a large variety of features and has average ratings of 4.5. There are three levels of difficulty to choose from and three different types of practices to follow. Every single pose is presented to you in an easy to understand way. You can also choose to play the app through your TV using your device. Who knows, maybe doing yoga will make you becoming Hindu.

The apps mentioned above should help you to get back into your yoga routine. There are apps to suit all levels and abilities. Yoga can really help you to distress and find your inner peace.

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