Gaia Yoga, formerly known as Gaiam TV, has been a well-known top brand for decades. They’ve been recognized for affordable and yet reliable quality yoga mats, DVDs, accessories, clothing and more. Recently, they expanded their offerings to include streaming video.
That said, Gaia Yoga has stuck to the brand’s reputation for standing out from the competition. In that, we mean that the brand has much more to offer than just fitness and yoga classes. Its videos are meant to inform and inspire viewers while encouraging their interactions.
What Does Gaia Yoga Provide?
Subscribers to Gaia Yoga receive fitness and yoga videos, of course. That said, they can also watch videos about conscious living, mindfulness, spirituality, healthy eating, documentaries and more. Furthermore, they also feature a TV series and a number of informative articles within those areas of wellness.
The brand has managed to work Gaia Yoga into its offerings in a relatively seamless way. They have kept up their other Gaiam products but have expanded their reach along a path that feels natural and appropriate to both the brand and today’s average device-wielding consumer.
Gaia Yoga Pros
- First month is only $0.99 as a trial period to test Gaia Yoga video streaming
- The service offers more than 250 yoga classes and hundreds of additional fitness classes
- Many different yoga styles are included in the classes, including pre-natal and post-natal options
- Video class instructors include Kia Miller, Kino Macgregor, Rodney Yee and Tony Sherman
- Beyond classes, informative documentary videos and helpful articles further assist with enhancing mindful living intentions
- The overall design is meant to help subscribers to set new goals and achieve those or the ones they’ve already set for themselves. It can also help building skills for accomplishing more advanced poses. Classes are designed around specific goals so subscribers can choose them based on what they want to achieve.
Gaia Yoga Cons
- The vast wealth of choices makes it difficult to get started with focus and intention. It’s very easy to end up down the rabbit hole instead of staying on track
- The monthly price after the trial period is $9.95 which is comparable to other video streaming services, though this one is quite topic-specific as opposed to general interest content that is likely to appeal at any time of the day by an entire household.