We know doing yoga at home in your living room is not quite the same as walking into a studio for that dose of zen, but doing yoga classes live is the next best thing. There’s a sense of accountability when you know you have to “show up” on your mat at a certain time. Seeing the other students roll into the studio also makes you feel as if you were actually there being a part of the group. Follow along as we guide you through the best times to tune in to the livestream yoga classes at Buddhi Yoga in La Jolla, California. Keep in mind that we stream in pacific standard time.
Early Bird Special
Are you the type of person that loves to get up early to make the most of your day? If so you should tune in to vinyasa with Carolina on Tuesdays at 6:30am. This one-hour class will get you sweating, stretching and working on poses you never thought possible to achieve. Each class packs a punch and leaves you ready to float through the rest of the day. Starting off with a strong yoga class sets the tone for productivity as well as how you react to whatever comes your way. Carolina’s classes are a mix of ashtanga and vinyasa with the perfect balance between active effort and deep release.
Yoga Classes Live for a Midday Break
At Buddhi we stream every single one of our yoga classes live and twice a week we offer a noon time vinyasa. Since the class is only one hour most people can fit it into their lunch break. Doing yoga in the middle of the day is a nice way to break up your work week and give yourself some much-needed “me time.” Log on Wednesdays at 12:15 with Britt and Fridays at noon with Jon.
Evening Wind Down
Have you ever taken a restorative or yin class at the end of the day? There’s really no better way to roll into bed. Both yin and restorative relax the body and turn on your parasympathetic nervous system. The parasympathetic nervous system restores the body to a calm and composed state and prevents it from overworking. The sympathetic nervous system, on the other hand, prepares the body for fight and flight response. Most of us operate from the sympathetic nervous system at all times. Try the one hour yin classes on Mondays at 7pm with Steph Poiani & Sundays at 5:45 with Jen. Restorative is on Wednesdays at 7pm with Jon. Wondering what the difference between yin and restorative is? In yin yoga, the focus is on stretching your connective tissues, but in restorative yoga, the focus is on the passive release of mind-body stress.
Can’t get your yoga in during the week? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with morning yoga classes live all weekend long. Whether you’re into slow flow or vinyasa there are options stating at 8:30am that go well into midday. All of our teachers are some of the most experienced instructors in San Diego who have each been teaching for over twenty years. You can be sure to get well-sequenced classes that go deep into the many layers that yoga has to offer. Try Amanda’s Saturday vinyasa at 8:30 or Jen’s slow flow at 11. Sunday you can catch Carolina at 9:30 and Jon’s slow flow at 11.
Yoga is more than just poses. Kundalini is a style of yoga that focuses on breath control, chanting, meditation and energy work. It’s unlike any other style of yoga out there and once you try it you’ll be hooked! We have kundalini at Buddhi Yoga on Saturdays at 10 with Jon and Mondays at 10 with Sheel. Get ready to work beyond the physical body in these powerful yoga classes live from La Jolla.
See You in Our Yoga Classes Live from La Jolla
We hope you’re enjoying all the options! There are over twenty-five yoga live classes streamed every single week. Check out the livestream schedule and pencil us into your calendar so you never miss a class again.