Yoga is a great way to unwind, relax, and get a good workout in. While there are many styles, most are a combination of focused breathing, meditation, and concentrated muscle movements. Yoga has been shown to help with pain management, relieve anxiety and depression, and help with blood pressure, according to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health.

The options are nearly never-ending when it comes to finding yoga workouts online, but not all are created equal! We’ve rounded up some of the best yoga videos of the year, along with the websites and services that created them. Next time you’re in the mood for some at-home yoga, you’ll know where to go.

‘Yoga for Weight Loss and Fat Burning’

I love yoga because it helps me to quiet down my mind and to feel great in my body!
– Lesley Fightmaster

Lesley Fightmaster’s FightmasterYoga is a great place to look for new yoga videos — free sessions are added daily — of every variety, as well as information about yoga and product recommendations. This 37-minute session is specifically geared for promoting weight loss.

‘Yoga for Anxiety – 20 Minute Practice’

Yoga with Adriene is a great source of yoga workouts, whether you have just a little time to unwind at the end of your day, or time for a full session. This particular video focuses on anxiety. Like many of Adriene’s videos, this one will leave you calm and centered.

‘Yoga For Stress And Anxiety Relief’

The demands of modern life can be so stressful. Taking time to alleviate some of that stress through practicing yoga can have a profound effect on the body, its systems, and our mental health.
– Tim Senesi

Emotional stability is something we could all benefit from, and this video from Yoga with Tim seeks to bring you just that. It focuses on relieving anxiety and stress with soothing and grounding poses. His other videos are made for specific goals such as weight loss, abs and core, and strength.

‘Ashtanga Yoga Quick Primary Series’

Kino Macgregor is an author and yoga teacher, and many of her high-quality yoga routines can be found on, or her YouTube channel. This particular video is part of her primary series and focuses on Ashtanga yoga, which is both challenging and rewarding. There’s an emphasis on breath control and there’s graceful but nearly constant movement.

‘Yoga Body Challenge’

Yoga isn’t just about touching your toes, it’s what you learn on the way down.
– Briohny Smyth

DOYOUYOGA is a great place to connect with other yogis, read about yoga, and get some excellent yoga workouts. Many of their sessions are available for free on YouTube. This one, led by Briohny Smyth, focuses on core strength and lasts just over eight minutes — plenty short for even the busiest person.

‘Power Yoga to Wake Up’

DoYogaWithMe is a great resource for all skill levels and has videos of various lengths, ensuring that there’s something here for you. This particular video plays a session hosted by Crista Shillington, who will show you how to wake up to your day with power yoga moves.

‘Yoga to Relax & Unwind’

My favorite thing about yoga is that the practice grows and evolves as the practitioner does. I love that my own practice can ebb AND flow with me while I grow and change.
– Sarah Beth

If you use yoga to reduce stress, this relaxation-focused session from SarahBethYoga is right up your alley. With just a few poses spread across 30 minutes, this is perfect for after a long day or intensive weekend.

‘Yoga for Digestion’

We commonly think of digestive health as something to be treated with diet and medication, and this Yoga by Candace is designed to help complement those treatments. Her website is a great resource when you’re looking for online yoga workouts, and her blog features both informative articles as well as more personal, reflective posts.

‘Deep Total Body Stretches’

This full-body yoga workout from Yoga TX is less than 30 minutes long and features deep stretching. It’s a great way to wind down at the end of the day, or wake up gently in the morning.

‘Yoga for Beginners’

Everyone needs to start somewhere, and Celest Pereira offers this 20-minute video for folks just starting their yoga journey.