Want to know which are the best apps for yoga and meditation? Look no further..
Headspace: One of the most popular and best meditation apps around. Headspace is a great app to introduce yourself to meditation. It’s easy to navigate but you do have to subscribe before you can use it.
Stop, Breathe & Think: Another one of our favourite meditation apps we’ve stumbled across along with Headspace. There are enough freebies to forgive them trying to charge £37.99 a year to upgrade and unlock everything else.
Insight Timer: This one is more of a community run app by users all around the World. There’s loads of content including guided meditation and relaxing music. It also has a timer where you can select the duration of your meditation session and choose if and when you want interval bells. It also has forums you can join if you need help or advice.
Yoga: The app itself isn’t the most pleasing on the eye but the built in timer and animation of poses makes it easy to learn. You do however, have to write a review of the app before unlocking day two.
Yoga For Beginners: A lot of the poses and exercises are free but a large amount are locked and you have to pay for them. The ones that are free just take you to a YouTube tutorial and in our opinion, you could just save time by going directly to YouTube.
Man Yoga: The sampler of ten yoga flows is free but then you have to pay £5.99 for the rest to be unlocked. The first ten flows are great but it’s not much to give for free in our opinion.
Asana Rebel: This app has some really good yoga workouts. It’s more for those who want faster paced yoga than relaxation. It would suit those who want to get fitter or lose weight. It’s easy to use and the videos are great.
Daily Yoga: This app has lots of great video tutorials and is easily set out. It has intermediate and advanced levels as well as beginners but doesn’t have much else that makes it stand out.