It’s been nearly three years now since I started practicing yoga with the help of YouTube.
I still haven’t taken an actual yoga class at a studio!
Yet I’ve managed to change my body, begin to heal my mind, get active again, lose weight, and grow in my practice.
If you’d be more comfortable getting your yoga on at home, I got you.
Keep reading to discover the best YouTube yoga teachers for beginner yogis!
This post is the 3rd part of our beginner yoga series.
You can check out the other posts right here:
- 23 Best FREE Yoga Videos For Complete Beginners
- The Essential Yoga Tips For Beginner Yogis
- The Best YouTube Yoga Teachers for Beginners
- The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Sanskrit + Yoga Vocabulary
The Best YouTube Yoga Teachers For Beginners
Adriene is from the sunny Texas. Her approach to teaching yoga is full of love, light, and laughter. She believes in doing your best and focusing on finding what feels good — which is why she’s so well-loved in her community.
Adriene’s channel is full of kindness and loving energy. Her personality makes yoga easily approachable for everyone, especially beginner yogis. She has gentle beginner-friendly videos from healing to weight loss and everything in between.
Lesley has one of the most soothing, beautiful, calming voices I’ve ever heard. Her channel offers the basics for everyone, whether you’re interested in Hatha, Vinyasa, or Ashtanga. She has Hatha-based classes for beginners and even a 30-day beginner challenge that consists of 15-30 minute practices.
Most of her videos are challenging, vigorous Vinyasa yoga classes that are perfect for intermediate practitioners. They’re also great for those beginners who know how to modify and are ready to take their practice up a notch!
As a bonus, she often films outside in beautiful surroundings that make your yoga times extra relaxing!
Kassandra offers beginner-friendly videos that are wonderful especially for those who are interested in Yin yoga. Yin yoga is a slower type of yoga that focuses on holding the poses for longer periods of time. It’s a little bit more meditative and will improve your flexibility — but it’s not just your basic stretching. The intensity of Yin yoga can be seriously deceptive!
Kassandra’s channel also has some Vinyasa classes that range from gentle to challenging and she teaches with beginners in mind.
The occasional special appearances by her cat Cleo are an added bonus!
Brett’s approach to yoga is very alignment-based, which makes her videos perfect for those aspiring yogis who appreciate detailed instructions. She’s great for people who want to delve deep into the poses and the physical alignment of the body.
Brett’s channel offers tons of short but sweet beginner practices, meditations, and also some sweatier Vinyasa classes for you to release all stress and anxiety. She covers multiple styles of yoga on her channel — Hatha, Kundalini, Yin — something for everybody!
Finding the perfect yoga teacher as a beginner is essential.
It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the hundreds of yoga videos on YouTube, the dozens of teachers, and all the different types of yoga they teach.
You can get started with your practice right now with any of these talented yoga-loving women.
If you’re in need of more encouragement, check out this post where I go through everything you need to know on how to start yoga at home.
If you want to read more about YouTube yoga for beginners, I’ve put together a handy little resource post of my favorite beginner friendly videos.
Who’s your favorite YouTube yoga teacher?
Let me know in the comments!
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