The Top 7 Yoga Channels On YouTube

I aspire to have a Yoga YouTube channel in the near future. One way to have a great Yoga channel is to research the best yoga channels on YouTube and see what they are doing right.

Keep all that information in mind for future reference. The top 7 YouTube channels are of exceptional quality. They offer Yoga classes from all around the world. All the websites are visually splendid and simple to use.  keeping it easy to navigate around.

Yoga YouTube Channels To Look Out For:

These Yoga websites are at the top of there game. Their audiences are in the millions receiving millions of views on every Vlog posted on YouTube.  They have become marketing machines with many loyal devoted fans. They have all social media angles covered. Facebook pages, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest and there own blog websites and of course YouTube to name but a few.

Yoga With Adriene:

With nearly 5 Million subscribers, Adriene Mishler is a YouTube yoga phenomenon. Adriene’s focus is on accessibility, yoga for all.

You could question the altruism – as with any personality on YouTube, she earns revenue from her well-watched channel. The analytics firm Social Blade puts the brand’s annual earnings at up to £284,000). She has a sponsorship deal with Adidas, and subscribers willing to pay $9.99 (£7.50) a month to access extra content on her Find What Feels Good site.

Adriene is offering a service of quality information, a segment of the market that needs to be filled. You will see from other channels i have reviewed below she has some stiff competition and new players coming to the Yoga sphere everyday.

But with millions of people able to access her yoga for free. I am in favor for doing Yoga in a class if time does permit doing so. If you can do Yoga by watching Adriene and get a benefit from it.

I will be all for it. My motto is better to be doing Yoga than not. To be as popular as Adriene, and just in me doing an article on her, is no way just by sheer luck. You have to offer your viewers a genuine love of what you do. This comes out of her personality. People can spot a fake from a mile away.

Purple Valley Ashtanga Yoga:

With nearly 83 Thousand YouTube subscribers. Not quite as many as Adriene. Personally I will take that any day.

Their principal style is Ashtanga a strong Yoga similar to a fast flowing vinyasa, and more dynamic. They are situated in the seaside town of Goa, situated on the western side of India, as we know the birthplace of Yoga.

In the 60s Goa was a mecca for the hippie generation and the Yoga Guru. The big draw card is the instructors that teach Deepika Mehta, David Robson, Kino Macgregor to name a few.

Apart from the Ashtanga Yoga there is wellness tips, chanting and meditation videos, and videos that break down the meaning of Ayurveda. Another attraction is the resort style surroundings in which you can practice your Yoga.

Body Positive Yoga:

Coming in with 17 Thousand subscribers Body Positive Yoga founder Amber Karnes describes herself as a big yogi with a big heart.

Karnes YouTube channel is for everyone. No matter your physical situation Yoga is for you. Now that is what I’m talking about.

Yoga crosses all boundaries let there be no class divide. These days body image is top and center of people’s mind. With all the negativity in the world the message is loud and clear you are OK just the way you are.

As she is the founder she teaches Body Positive Yoga so the name is quite apt. If you have been putting of doing a Yoga class there are no excuses anymore.

Yoga With Tim:

Tim has a touch over 41Thousand subscribers.

He mainly teaches the fast flowing Vinyasa style of Yoga a more challenging type of Yoga that is popular in the class rooms today.

Focus on the more physical part of yoga. Tim about page explains how he found Yoga while study at San Diego State University.

He was doing what most young people are doing that is burning the candle at both ends. He explains about how yoga has helped him develop a healthier self-image and completely transformed his lifestyle.

His video are engaging and it is always good to mix it up with a male Yogi point of view. The majority of his classes fall into the half-hour range, and he also has a great 30-day challenge.

Mysore Teacher Training Institute (Samyak Yoga):

The Samyak Yoga Ashram has 8,422 subscribers and is located in Mysore, Southern India.

A teacher training yoga school that instructs in the hatha way of Yoga, vinyasa, and ashtanga classes that typically last anywhere from an hour to an hour and a half.

The videos are of fellow students being taught in a traditional way of Yoga the way i would want to be taught.

The surrounding gardens on the banks of Cauvery river on the outskirts of Mysore, are a perfect way of learning Yoga at a traditional yoga school in India.

Yoga By Candace:

Yoga by Candace has around about 248 Thousand subscribers give or take. The videos i was watching was set in the Cayman Islands not a bad backdrop to be practicing your Yoga.

In the intro she was explaining she had not done to many videos due to traveling around the world but will be focusing on putting more videos out in the near future.

YBC has a top-notch website with all the Yoga products for sale you could want. I was really impressed with her overall business and will keep an eye on this for my own Yoga business.

The Yoga Room:

Zelinda Yañez is the founder of The Yoga Room and has 3,230 Thousand subscribers. Zelinda began her journey with Yoga when she completed college in 1999. Zelinda felt nervous and intimidated in her early classes of Yoga.

Which by all accounts is not uncommon. This has shaped her own Yoga studio and the visions she has for her own Yoga business.

A visit her husband’s family in India in 2007, Zelinda had a few lessons at the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram in Chennai, India.

Krishnamacharya is considered to be one of the most influential yoga teachers of the 20th century, and KYM was founded in 1976 by Krishnamacharya’s son and long-time student, Desikachar, to continue his teachings.

These teaching shaped her Yoga experiences and she learned more than expected, especially on the topics of Āsana, Philosophy, Ayurveda, Prānāyāma (yoga breathing), and Philosophy of Teaching

She is fascinated by the difference between American yoga and Indian yoga and is honored to share her teachings about traditional yoga with practitioners who are interested.

Zelinda teaches weekly classes, Individual Instruction, and Workshops on various topics. She enjoys working with people with all levels of experience and ability, including those with special needs.


I hope you enjoyed my top 7 as much as me. I discovered Yogi and Yogin that i have had no previous knowledge about. Is that not what life is about learning new things. I have found new ideas about Yoga i never knew before. I will continue to watch there videos in the future and learn from the Gurus.

I would love to hear your thoughts about this post or this site in general.

I will answer all the comments on my website personally so drop me a line below if you have any Yoga questions or comments.

I’m happy to help any way that I can.

copywrightNamaste Shane.

Disclaimer: Tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purpose only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or a dietitian before starting any fitness programme or making any changes to your diet.

2 thoughts on “The Top 7 Yoga Channels On YouTube”

  1. I have always wanted to learn and try yoga and this has been a comprehensive article about what yoga is and the 7 best yoga classes on YouTube, I will definitely check each one of them and see which one works best for me, since I noticed you talking about vlog on YouTube, I have seen this and what to know the difference between vlog and YouTube?

    I hope I will find what works for me from the 7 Top Yoga channels on YouTube great information.

    • Hello Cinderella, 

      Appreciate you taking the time to read and view my article.

      You will certaintly be able to find a yoga suitable for youfrom one of these vlogs. 

      YouTube and vlogs are really the same thing. 

      Vlogging is a newer term for video blogging. 

      Kind Regards Shane.


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