Yoga DVDs and Blu-ray Discs

Yoga DVDs and Blu-ray Discs

Yoga DVDs and Blu-ray discs provide an easy way to enjoy a yoga session in your own home to suit your own schedule. There are many styles and instructors to choose from, so it is easy to find an approach that suits your needs.


Yoga is Australia’s fastest growing form of exercise, with one in every ten Australians taking part in yoga in 2016. While it is especially popular among younger women, men and women of all ages have been unrolling their mats and practising their sun salutations. Yoga lovers enjoy it for a variety of reasons including stress relief, fitness and spirituality, and one of the secrets to yoga’s success has been its versatility. There is a type of yoga to suit anyone, from gentle and relaxing restorative yoga to vigorous vinyasa.

Yoga DVDs

Yoga doesn’t have to take place in a studio. Classes are often expensive and may not fit easily into a busy schedule. Yoga DVDs make it much easier to fit yoga into your day. Solo yoga practice in your living room also allows to go at your own pace and really concentrate on getting the moves right. For beginners who might feel self-conscious in a class full of experienced yogis, yoga DVDs can provide a gentle introduction to yoga without the pressure of the studio setting. Even for regular yoga practitioners who attend studio sessions all the time, a DVD can be a great way to get some solo practice in and destress.

Other Exercise DVDs

If you prefer a different kind of exercise or if you just want a change from yoga, there are plenty of other workouts that you can do at home. Pilates DVD and Blu-Ray exercise videos are also very popular and provide another kind of gentle, controlled, low-impact movement. For something more active, there is a huge range of aerobics videos that you can do at home.

Yoga Equipment

Part of the pleasure of yoga is that it can be done with only a yoga mat and some space to unroll it in. However, some yoga styles also make use of equipment, and some positions are easier to achieve with props. This is as true of yoga DVDs as it is of studio classes. Blocks can provide extra support if you can’t reach all the way to the floor with your hands, while straps and belts give you extra reach if you need to hold onto your feet for a pose.