Charlotte, NC, August 13, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- In the past week MyFree.Yoga had released that they have added over ten categories of free yoga videos. Now instructors, students, and anyone else who is interested in practicing yoga for free may watch videos at anytime. The new video collections include Advanced, Ashtanga, Beginners-including yoga postures, Bikram, Breathing exercises, Hatha, Kundalini, Meditation Techniques, Power, Pilates, and more.
Usually when users become part of a fitness site they have to pay a subscription or membership fee to have full access to the videos, at myfree.yoga it is encouraged to share, watch and even rate videos uploaded to the site. With this kind of philosophy could this site potentially become a threat to yoga studios or gyms? Or could this free yoga community raise awareness and self confidence for people who are considering a professional yoga studio or center?
Students have the ability to socially interact with other members of the site via forums, chat rooms, and even instant messaging. Beginners may find it very easy to fit in with other students by joining groups, writing in their personal yoga journals, and keeping up with local events and other fitness gatherings.