Whether you join our community from your own living room or you practice in our sunlit Santa Monica studio space, get the benefits and the experience of participating in real yoga classes with real students and expert instructors.
Real Place, Real People
This isn't a collection of staged workout videos. It's the real deal. Whether you get here by bicycle, bus, or web browser, our sunny Santa Monica studio is your yoga home.
Practice with our amazing roster of highly skilled, dedicated yoga instructors and benefit from their combined decades of experience.
Your Style, Your Pace
Looking for a super sweaty flow? Need a few minutes of guided mindfulness meditation? Just beginning? How about some deep relaxation? We’ve got all that and more.
What can a Yogis Anonymous membership do for you?
I LOVE Yogis Anonymous! My yoga teacher here in Baltimore told me about it a few years ago. I'm in yoga class about 3 times a week but when I'm not, I frequently set up my iPad to do YA. It's fantastic to have so many teachers and so many different types of classes to choose from...
I love doing Yogis Anonymous classes online, in my living room, in my pajamas, with my standard poodle staring at me as I do downward dogs! Being able to do my yoga practice at home, with my favorite teacher Ally, anytime I want, for such a low price has really changed my world. No joke!
I recommend Yogis Anonymous to all of my friends because of the quality classes and incredible instructors. Teachers like Ally Hamilton, Mary Beth LaRue, Kate Cariati, and Angela Kukhahn have a way of making me feel like I am practicing with them at studio in Santa Monica from the comforts of my own home.
Take a Peek
Watch a quick preview and get a feel for our real-deal vibe.
For days when you have a lot of energy but not tons of time and you want to work your core until it’s screaming for mercy. Think navasana variations and breath of fire, along with other torturous fun. The intense core work is followed by Series C with variations, lizard pose, hanumanasana, reclined hero’s pose, and anahata. Good luck to you and your core!
At some point we need to let go of having to be right all the time and just let people be... Archers arms aim the energy of the heart, perching variations steer the legs into the midline. Play at the wall with an asymmetrical outer-hip opening into a controlled rise into handstand. Bust that heart open with Eka Pada Urdvha Dhanurasana and be compassionate with yourself and others, even those you have never met online ; )
A short practice building to the challenging and elusive press to handstand. What to expect: Shoulder stretching with Gomukashana arms, lengthening the hamstrings with half-splits, opening the hips with Surya C, wrist warmups and strengthening with "flashlights," core-work in plank and forearm plank, an explanation of alignment principles, and work at the wall with props in handstand to create the muscle memory and awareness for pressing to handstand and much, much more!
Start practicing with our highly skilled, dedicated yoga instructors today