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Just because you plan on hibernating until spring doesn't mean you have to miss out on sun salutations. Well + Good reports that Yoga Vida just uploaded nearly 70 classes of varying lengths and themes to YogaVibes, an online yoga library with more than 5,500 videos.
"We did it because our students live busy lives and they missed us—or one of their teachers. They moved, work too much, or are averse to New York City winters," studio owner Mike Patton told the site. Clearly, Mike Patton understands us on that last point.
"Our videos—like our in-studio classes—are accessible, light-hearted, and challenging. Our teachers each have their own unique way to keep it fun and connect to their audience," he added.
Choose your workout based on what fundamentals you want to work on (like inversions or balancing), what time of day it is ("Start Your Day Quick Flow"), or the body parts you want to change (there's your "Yoga for Tight Asses"). We'll be trying that, along with "Yoga for Dudes," at home tonight.
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