Whether you're novice or a seasoned pro, there are loads of cheap yoga resources to explore and enjoy on the web and on YouTube.DoYogaWithMe.com
claims to offer the widest selection of free streaming yoga videos. Classes for all levels are standard yoga fare, but this site also offers videos on individual poses, breathing exercises, anatomy, and meditations. The content is searchable, from pose position to level of difficulty to which body part is exercised. If you're going to be without Internet access, you can download your favorite videos in high definition for a small fee ($6 to $9 per video).GaiamTV
isn't free ($9.95 a month after a free 10-day trial), but the fee lets you stream more than 900 full-length yoga videos on a variety of devices, including computers, streaming media devices, tablets, and smartphones (although it's not yet available for the iPhone). Offerings include learning guides, prenatal yoga, and an extensive collection of a spiritual persuasion. New videos are added often.MyFreeYoga.com
started out as an online yoga community. It has since blossomed into a platform for members to upload their own instructional videos. This functions as free advertising for teachers, so there are a number of high-quality titles. You can search by yoga type (Hatha, beginner, weight loss) or by pose. New titles are added weekly.