The great thing about yoga is that it is accessible to everyone. Whether you are the type of person who trains every day of the week, or deals with fitness on a regular basis, the age-old practice can be modified for any level and performed from almost anywhere. Combine this with the better physical benefits – such as improved cardiovascular health and self-esteem – and no wonder peloton wants to be involved in the action. Yes, the brand you know for cycling and running (and strength training – they also have these training sessions through their app) – has just announced the launch of Peloton Yoga.
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"We are excited to release Peloton's new yoga programs to our members both in the studio and in the studio," said Fred Klein, Peloton's Chief Content Officer. "As was the case this year with Bootcamp, Running, Walking and Outdoor, we've continued to expand our range of superb fitness offerings to offer our members an increasingly diverse range of options to stay fit, happy and fit." healthy. "(See also: I started yoga every day and it completely changed my life.)
For someone who feels uncomfortable approaching a yoga class and tackling a downhill dog in front of the masses, Peloton Yoga may be just the thing to try New You will surely have a wide choice to choose from, ranging from yoga basics to restorative yoga to meditation and guided visualization, with which the brand brought three instructors A-Class, Kristin McGee, Anna Greenberg and Aditi Shah, in their cadres (See also: The Y7-inspired hot Vinyasa Yoga River that you can do at home)
Would you like to see if this is yours? Speed is Good News: Peloton Digital (an all-access pass for live streaming of peloton courses that you can use with your own gear) offers a 14-day free trial period monthly membership costs less than $ 20 a month. For those in NYC, the studio classes start at $ 20 for new members in the brand's new third Manhattan studio space.