NY 2021 | Total Body Flexibility And Health 14-Day Yoga Challenge For Men

Beginner | 14 days | 1 class/day


This yoga challenge is accessible to the average man who is a beginner to yoga, is generally inflexible and maybe even intimidated by yoga, who is looking for more flexibility, to ease soreness and tightness, to reduce the risk of injury in sports and to avoid issues such as joint pain and limited range of motion. The 14 classes are all between 15 to 50 minutes long and features 4 teachers. 

Some of these classes require yoga props, such as a block, strap or bolster. If you need a prop for the class, it will be listed below the instructor's name.

This challenge:

  • will feature the Day 1 video on Jan. 1st, with the videos posted daily after that
  • features a music playlist for each class, designed by the teacher
  • is FREE for the first three days

To join: If you already have a subscription, you don't need to do anything. If you are not a subscriber, choose an option on the right to enter the challenge - $14 to just do this challenge (that is accessible forever), or a subscription that auto-renews for $10/month or $99/year.

Want to join but are short on cash? Apply for a bursary.

Share your experience with us in the comment section below.

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nesajoha 3 months ago

Great program to comeback to the regular practice, thank you guys.

Sooz03927 5 months ago

Great challenge for my 63-year-old new-to-yoga boyfriend. He loved it!

SMZalokar 6 months ago

Ah-mazing challenge with great instruction all around. Thank you!

Leusis2 6 months ago

Thanks so much for this challenge! One day to go, and I find it extremely helpful. I'm normally dabbling in the intermediate range, but have run into road blocks especially related to hips, lower back and hamstrings, which are very likely personal but also male-specific issues, so it's fantastic to go back to basics with a focus on that.

I also enjoy that the classes are aiming for a bit more of a "male energy" (no matter the gender of the instructor). So please, more content like that! :)