My wife got me into yoga years ago but I’m sure if I took a class, I’d still be corrected by the instructor. So, +1 on taking live classes if you can. So many different types of yoga, it’s over whelming. Been doing it for years and still not flexible but that’s what I get for running anyways. Oh, yoga classes, could be 80 plus a month and finding a good instructor is interesting subject.
Abi on yoga15 is the same instructor on sufferfest. So, you can pay Abi a 99 a year and have over 100 videos or pay sufferest 99 and get 30 videos. Sufferfest is more easier to navigate, uploads to garmin and sends you a notification, yoga15 does not. If you send yourself doing a pose to Abi, she will give you constructive criticism about your pose. So, pro’s and con’s I’ve learned.
I just learned about Adriene a few days ago, she has 15 minute videos that you could do after a ride and so much more. Oh, and she’s free on youtube. You just have to know how to navigate and if your unfamiliar with yoga, you might not get all you can out of it and you might hurt yourself, some poses are very intense and challenging. Same for any yoga.