Yoga Download Launches New Roku Channel

Yoga Download, an online yoga studio offering downloadable audio and video classes for all styles and levels, announced today the launch of its new channel on the Roku streaming platform.

The Yoga Download Roku channel is an extension of the online service, offering its signature free classes, as well as full-length membership-based classes for new and existing customers.

According to the publisher, the Yoga Download Roku channel simplifies navigation as classes are sorted by styles, levels, focus, channels, instructors, poses, intensities, and body part. Furthermore, style and focus options include Beginner and Advanced Yoga, Yoga for Runners, Prenatal Yoga, Yoga for Weight Loss and many others. As a result, users can customize their practice by picking and choosing their perfect class from Yoga Download’s extensive library.

“Our objective at Yoga Download has always been to make yoga accessible to everyone, everywhere – and with our Roku channel, we’re revamping the ‘at-home’ practice by transforming personal spaces into yoga studios and by allowing users to stream all our content digitally 24/7,” said Yoga Download founder, Jamie Kent. “We are beyond committed to providing our customers the best and most diverse yoga experience, and will continue to update our class library with new classes every week.”

To download the Yoga Download channel, users can search for “Yoga Download” in the Roku app store or by logging online to their Roku account and clicking here. Those looking to enhance their practice can sign up for a Yoga Download membership plan in order to access more than 1,000 yoga and other fitness videos – all in HD on their TVs; membership plans range from $10 (monthly premier) to $18 (monthly elite) to $24 (three months premier) to $45 (six months premier) and $90 (yearly elite).

For more information on Yoga Download, and to sign-up for a membership, visit:

William B. West

William B. West

William B. West has been an internet journalist since 1998. Writing for a total of 25 pro wrestling news sites at his peak, before retiring only to return to online journalism in 2011. Currently William is editor of, a contributor to, and editor in chief of &

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