by Sarah JF Braley | September 11, 2020

Six months in, and we're all still hanging out at home, reluctant to sweat with others in enclosed spaces such as small yoga studios. But exercise and relaxation are great ways to take our minds off the reality of the day. Using a highly rated yoga app can help you get started or move your practice along. Try one of these:

Glo has more than 4,000 classes available, as well as a schedule of live instruction. Cost: $23 a month after a 15-day trial period.

Asana Rebel not only offers yoga and other exercise classes, but also features music and meditation for better sleep, and music to help you focus. Cost: $10 a month.

Alo Moves is regularly adding new studio classes to its library of more than 1,500, covering yoga, fitness, mindfulness and strength skills. Cost: $20 a month or $199 a year.

Down Dog allows users to customize their experience by body part, length of time, type of music and more. Cost: $8 a month.