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Do you ever feel like half the yoga you see online is more about what the instructor looks like? How cute they look in their outfit or whether or not they can tie themselves up into a pretzel?

Hi, we’re the Virtual Yoga Studio and we believe that yoga should be about making you feel great and improving your relationship with yourself.

That’s why it can be such a powerful tool in:


Improving your mood and outlook


Improving quality of your sleep


Aiding relaxation


Building motivation in all areas of life


Releasing trapped emotions


Managing anxiety and depression


Assisting with pain relief


Improving self-awareness


That’s a list we can get onboard with!

It also comes with a whole host of physical benefits too.

That’s why we are working with Go Love Yourself to offer their listeners 3 months of full access to our site for just £15*

*(£5.99 per month thereafter)


What People Are Saying

“I already had a love for yoga, but your 30-minute daily classes have really changed my life. “

“I love how I feel energised and lighter afterwards.”

“You are a great teacher and the Virtual Yoga Studio is a great resource. I have recommended it to a number of my patients. Thank you again.”

“I joined the Virtual Yoga Studio today and I just finished today’s 30 minute class. I feel heavenly.”

“I’ve been doing the daily class via Virtual Yoga Studio and it’s been wonderful. I probably do 4-5 a week and it makes such a difference to me and my day.”

“I just wanted to let you know how much we are enjoying the Virtual Yoga Studio. My husband and I try to do it every morning that we can.”

“It feels SO good to be moving my body again. The instructions are clear and I love how the instructor gives you an easier option without being patronising.”

“It’s the right amount of time to fit into my daily work schedule, and it’s very accessible yoga.”

About our classes

We specialise in daily 30-minute yoga classes which can be done in the comfort of your own home; which is considered the optimum daily dose of exercise to receive all of the benefits. But we also offer an exercise library, meditation sessions and a weekly 60-minute class for those that enjoy a longer option when they have the time. Participate as often or as little as you like, all included in the price.

Our classes are posted at midnight GMT and then remain on the site for 7 days before being removed and we add new permanent content all the time.

All our classes are termed as Hatha Yoga and are very much focused in the feel-good spectrum except on Sundays where we offer a Yin Yoga class which is based on a meridian line system to dredge out stored emotions and allows them to be released.

What are the benefits of yoga?

Yoga comes with a whole host of physical and mental benefits that you will start to feel from your very first session. Here is a list of the many known benefits of a regular yoga practice which is by no means exhaustive.

  • Improving mood and outlook
  • Stress release
  • Better posture
  • Improving symptoms of back pain
  • Improving quality of sleep.
  • Aiding relaxation
  • Builds motivation in all areas of life
  • Reduces lethargy
  • Increases productivity
  • Relieves aches and pains
  • Releases trapped emotions
  • Assists in the management of anxiety and depression
  • Improving self-awareness
What I am a beginner?
Beginners are very welcome in our studio! Our classes are not at a fast pace which makes them easy to follow. The only thing you really need to get the hang of is the ‘Salute to the Sun’ routine, which once you have done a few times, you will know for life! We have a special beginners’ section of the website to get you started, but the gist is, have a go and we’re confident any concerns you have will be quickly put to rest. One of the best things about the Virtual Yoga Studio is that no one can see you which we think is a great way to try things out without judgement. A lot of yoga is about trying to make shapes with your body whilst breathing at the same time! If you ever want to look at the poses in more depth, we also have an Exercise Library which goes through what we are aiming at in detail.
How do I know if I am doing it right?

This is one of the most commonly asked questions we get and there is quite a bit we want to get across on the topic, which is why we have a dedicated blog post of the subject which you can read here:

However, in summary we would say that we provide high quality verbal cueing which makes it very clear what you are trying to achieve as well as specific videos in our Exercise Library which cover more in-depth technical look at each pose. As a business that cares, we are always just at the end of an email for all our clients, should they want to ask us any questions about their practice.

I am not very flexible, will be still be able to do the classes?

Absolutely! To us, flexibility is a bi-product of yoga, rather than a specific goal. The most important thing if you start out being tight and stiff, is that you find an appropriate ‘edge’ to your poses where you are just starting to push the envelope, but it’s still manageable. From there if you focus on your breathing we know you’ll find you are able to make good progress in a short space of time with a regular practice.

What equipment do I need?

We recommend that you use a yoga mat for your practice because it will help give you more secure footing and grip. I have also found in the past although some carpets are very soft they aren’t very pleasant for lying on face down or can be de-stabilising for your ankle joints in standing balances. Fortunately most people have some kind of mat they can use or they can be purchased very easily and inexpensively. 

With regards to other props, technically you don’t need anything but they will enhance your practice if you do use them but feel free to hold off buying anything bespoke until you know you want to make yoga part of your life. We do use a lot of props in our yin yoga sessions but they can easily be improvised with household items.

Yoga Block / brick: sturdy hard back books.
Bolster: Rolled up duvet
Extra cushioning / padding: folded towel or cushions.
Yoga strap: Martial arts belt / dressing gown strap.

I have a health condition. Can I still do yoga?

The official line remains, if you aren’t sure, check with your doctor before participating. If you are suffering from symptoms such as non-specific back pain; yoga and Pilates are continually shown as the only long term solution to these problems, with a higher success rate than any traditional medication.

How often should I practice to get the benefits?

We are confident that you will feel better right from your very first class with us. The beauty of the Virtual Yoga Studio is that you can practice any time, anywhere. We provide you with a new practice everyday but that doesn’t mean you have to visit us everyday! Fit us into your timetable however it feels appropriate to you. We also believe that you will naturally want to practice more regularly as the benefits of participating start to accumulate.

Can I cancel if I don't like it?

We believe that cancellation should be an easy process. If we aren't for you, all you have to do is login to the dashboard of the members area and cancel your subscription at anytime and your next payment will not be taken.

You can also pause your membership want to continue but don't want to be charged whilst you don't have time. You don't even need to let us know.

If that seems to complicated you can simply email us and we can cancel on your behalf.

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