We need to talk about Beachbody Yoga classes because they are completely elevated since the last time I reviewed 3 Week yoga Retreat.
I’ll be honest - I got kinda bored of the yoga on Beachbody on Demand (now BODi). The classes weren’t as diverse as I like, and I’m a huge fan of interesting blends of yoga, like yoga sculpt, power yoga, etc.
Basically, I didn’t feel like there was enough variety, so when I needed to get my flow on, I started turning to Alo Moves, which I still think is an awesome resource for home workouts and mind boy movement.
However, since Beachody shifted to live and interactive workouts, (now called BODi) they totally stepped up their yoga game (along with their Pilates and barre classes, too). There are now so many yoga classes for every level and application, like yoga for cyclist, yoga for runners etc.
But the thing that has me most jazzed are these two new styles…
Beachbody Hip Hop Yoga
Oh, this is SO good! There are only a few of these classes on the platform at this point, but they’re always adding more. I LOVE them because they focus on strength, flexibility, mobility and that mind-body connection. PLUS the music is awesome!
I think Elise Joan is the only one teaching this format so far, which is great because I love her teaching style and choreography. She’s always creating moves that are both challenging, yet doable.
The Hip hop yoga classes are similar to a power yoga class and you can expect to get a good sweat going, but also finish with a calm mind and a full body yoga buzz.
Beachbody Yoga Strength (Yoga with Weights)
Ya’ll know I love me some yoga with weights. This is probably my all time favorite workout and as you may not know, I’m also a certified Yoga Sculpt teacher. I initially took my training through Core Power Yoga and I LOVE this format.
Sweaty, challenging and invigorating, this format uses typical yoga poses, but spices them up to be more of a fat burner and also to build strength. It seriously feels so good and I had NO idea these classes existed on BODi. I’m so pumped to go through them all!
Here's what you need to know about Beachbody Yoga (Now BODi Yoga)
- All of the yoga classes mentioned here are 30 minutes long.
- Equipment needed is a yoga mat, and block. Light weights are optional (but recommended)
- They are suitable for any fitness level. Elise Joan is really good at upleveling moves for the stronger folks and making things less challenging for the newbies.
- You must have access to BODi which is an upgrade from Beachbody on Demand, but so worth it.
How to Get Access to BODi
If you already have a membership to BODi, please don’t overlook these amazing classes. There’s so many options on the platform now, that it’s easy to overlook all the new stuff they’re adding. These classes in particular are pure gold.
If you’re not already a member of BODi (formerly known as Beachbody on Demand), then I highly recommend that you give it a whirl. You can grab the bundle pack that offers a sampling of the suppliments and workouts (it's the best deal they offer) right here. Or, if you just want access to all the workouts, you can get that offer right here.
I’ve been using this platform since 2015 and I LOVE it. I’ll never pay for a gym membership again and it’s the one thing that has helped me to maintain consistency over these past years because it’s simple and accessible.
Let me know if you have questions!
Caren is a certified yoga teacher, fitness instructor and ADHD Coach. As the founder of The Fit Habit, she shares ADHD-friendly self-care, food & fitness inspiration, along with practical ways to foster mind + body wellness.
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