Stretch, lift and let go.
Yoga apps provide an inexpensive option for sculpting your body and nourishing your brain.
Ann Marie Kramer, the owner of Zuda Yoga (located in Folsom, Midtown and now Roseville), encourages people to practice yoga at a studio. Her studios are currently offering a deal for unlimited yoga for $79/month, down from $150/month.
But if people are unable to make it to class, she recommends Yoga Studio by Modern Lotus. Kramer says, “It breaks down the pose and you have a visual. If you can’t get to a studio and can’t get to a teacher to help you out, you have this app where you can take a look and see what the pose looks like and try to emulate that ”
She also recommends Yoga with Janet Stone. Kramer says, “It’s a great app that has mediations on it, beginners practices, intermediate practices. Anywhere you can go you can just pop down your phone and do a practice.”
And if apps aren’t your cup of tea, Zuda yoga also has free audio podcasts on their website which can be downloaded onto the phone or computer.