How are you carrying out the quarantine? We know that it is often difficult to remain calm in the situation we are living in and we may need a little help. Spending time doing some difficult activities can reduce stress and worry.

Today we want to show you numerous yoga applications that you can easily install on your phone and to include this discipline in our strange new life, which will help us both physically and mentally.

  • Daily Yoga: More than 500 asanas, more than 200 guided yoga classes (also pilates and meditation) and more than 50 exercise plans. This is probably the largest library of this discipline available on the net and one of the most downloaded yoga applications.

  • PocketYoga: In this app you will be able to see an animation instead of a teacher, and it will be you who guides the class. The most interesting thing is that it houses more than 200 illustrated poses and an extensive dictionary that describes each one and its benefits. But the best part is that it allows you to change the default music for your own playlist.

  • The Yoga Collective: The application allows you to vary the work for each part of the body. From this, you can do focused exercises for certain areas that the user needs to relax.

  • AloMoves: The application focuses on yoga and fitness, updates its videos every day with the aim of spreading conscious movement, inspiring well-being and creating community. Thanks to Alo Moves you can achieve your goals of strength, flexibility or management and stress relief.

  • Nike training club: It is a very varied app, it has all kinds of training. For yoga workouts there are personalized plans, of different intensity and with tips.

  • Down Dog: Perfect for both beginners and more advanced. With its 60,000 training combinations it will be impossible to repeat the same class twice, so boredom is ruled out.

  • Yoga.com: This is another of the most professional yoga apps that exist, with more than 300 poses, 45 programs predefined by objectives, personalized programs and a lot of quality in your videos and images.

  • FitStar Yoga: Yoga classes by the renowned Tara Stiles, founder of Strala Yoga, a rebellious, more physical and free yoga. With the app you can practice one of its programs with Tara, you have it from beginner to expert level, and with the comfort of doing it at home or anywhere else.

  • Simply Yoga: guides you through a series of videos of between 20 minutes and one hour covering more than 30 poses that you can do in the privacy of your home.

  • Yoga Studio: It has more than 80 yoga and meditation classes, ranging from 10 to 60 minutes at any level of difficulty, Yoga Studio guides you through poses with HD video classes. It has a catalog of more than 280 positions. The application allows you to choose from a selection of background sounds, although you can also create a playlist.

We have a duty to stay active to support our immune system and mental health, and we believe that one of the best ways to do this is to practice yoga at home. This activity is an excellent alternative for our day to day. Believe it or not, it is not a passing fad, it has been with us for as long as we can remember and it can mean a profound change in the way you live your life.