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YogaGlo is amazing, but forget the app itself — it’s really all about the instructors!! I have been using the website for 6+ years and I go back to the same classes again and again. I have been to many gyms around the country and also done other yoga online, and really and truly nothing compares. Jo Tastula is incredible and hands down my favorite. I have paid more than $15 a class or $60/mo for teachers who don’t even compare to Jo as far as spiritual and yoga teachings go; she is undoubtedly one of the best in the country. So I really don’t care about all the other bells and whistles about the app; take just one of Jo’s classes and you will have already gotten your money’s worth. I also love the other teachers, some of whom travel the country appearing at yoga festivals every year (so we’re not talking fitness freaks who just got their certification to earn a couple extra bucks — these folks live, eat and breathe yoga), and the wonderful meditations by David Harshada Wagner are fantastic. So worth it!!
As a yoga teacher, I used to be a die hard fan of Alo Moves and all the flashy fun it has to offer. There’s some neat-o tricks on there! It wasn’t until I heard of Jason Crandell on the Yogaland Podcast through his wife, Andrea Ferretti, that I immediately knew I HAVE to learn more from this guy. After taking his online sequencing course, I immediately canceled my membership with Alo and signed up for Glo. If you haven’t already, I can’t recommend learning everything you can from Jason Crandell. My teaching as well as my personal practice has grown so much and I can’t even begin to explain how thankful I am. I think it’s worth mentioning that Glo lets you “gift” a certain number of classes to anyone you want, something I’ve been taking advantage of! I love sending them to students I’ve become friends with so they can continue to learn. Whether you’re a teacher or practitioner, Jason Crandell and the other amazing teachers on this app will take you to a whole new level!
The app is working on my iPad but it is not working on my phone. First, it kept telling me that I have to renew my subscription even though I had renewed my subscription, and I could not get off of the page with that instruction. Then suddenly it started working, but when I started doing my 10 minute class it ended after two minutes. Also even though I have signed down from Facebook it’s only started saying I could not sign on for Facebook and there was no account linked to my Facebook account. There are a lot of glitches in this app (for the phone), and I have reported them but I would like to see them fixed faster. This has nothing to do with the quality of the yoga classes and instructors, which is great. Also, I’m scratching my head about why you thought it was a good idea to take the word yoga out of the yoga app and make a new logo that has nothing to do with your mission. But meanwhile I would just like my app to be fixed
By marmota m
I have been looking for video yoga for a long time and have never been satisfied with what is out there. A friend recommended YogaGlo and I’m home! The instructors are knowledgeable and there are a wide variety of classes (and there are thousands of them). I love that I can download some classes for when I travel and I can’t count on WiFi. Most importantly, for me, this is truly yoga where many of the apps I found were workout programs that had a glancing familiarity with yoga. That said, I appreciate that there are plenty of challenging classes designed to make me stronger and more balanced. Finally, Yogaglo’s customer service is terrific. I got a response to my email about a billing issue (that I created through a goof-up when I signed up) and got a response in minutes helping me resolve the problem.
Plain and simple, I love Glo! As a yoga teacher and someone that works a full time job my schedule can a little exhausting. It’s so nice to have an app that has awesome teachers (check out Taylor Harkness, Jo Tastula, Chelsey Korus and Sara Clara, just to name a few). One of my biggest struggles is finding the motivation to leave home after a long day, so having an app with solid cueing, fun classes, and LOTS of options you can use to as filters to find the class that’s right for you is a dream. Just to compare, I have Alo Moves which is also great, but the variety of actual yoga classes on Glo is better, in my opinion. They have a lot of class styles, multi-day and multi-week programs, meditations, and I think they have a better selection of teachers. I use both apps frequently, so just depends on what you’re looking for.
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