Yoga
Yoga
1.2

2.4

Yoga free download for Mac

Yoga

1.2
25 October 2011

Includes over 250 poses and breathing exercises.

Overview

Note: Yoga is no longer under development and the developer provides no support for it.

Yoga helps you master the health-minded discipline with a variety of features:

  • Over 250 poses and breathing exercises with detailed instructions and photos!
  • One ready-made program compiled by an experienced yogi
  • An ideal tool to create your own programs: make up and edit your own yoga routine quickly and easily!
Rich Content
  • over 250 poses and BREATHING EXERCISES including the most popular and those recommended by professional yoga practicers
  • text instructions plus PHOTOS FOR EACH POSE
  • NAME VOICING in English and Sanscrit for all poses
  • FULL-SCREEN for training mode
Breathing Exercises
  • 40+ breathing exercises for every level: learn the art of yoga breathing
  • clear audio and text instructions + video for every exercise showing correct techniques of breathing
  • breathing timer
Design Your Own Program
  • Fast Mode is an ideal tool to build programs of any level
  • create and edit your program quickly and easily: choose from the list of poses, set the duration of each pose
  • change the order of poses, delete poses from the program or add new ones
  • Forward/Back buttons for switching between poses in the Training mode
Extra Features
  • interval timer: set the duration of poses and it will alert you when you need to change pose
  • Calendar: browse through the past trainings to track your activity.
  • be inspired for new achievements every day: find an encouraging quote from famous yoga practicers in the Calendar.

What's new in Yoga

Version 1.2:
  • Updated for OS X 10.7

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4 Yoga Reviews

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Wildfox
07 July 2011

Most helpful

I downloaded Version 1.0, which is 76.5 MB, not 765 MB. It is free, and it installs itself directly to the Applications folder. The publisher is an online gambling games outfit. The app for Mac is a rework of an app for remote devices. As a former yoga instructor, I rate the 1.0 content as worthless. You can upgrade to 1.1 for $4.99, at a robust 1020 MB. User reviews of the phone version were raves for portable convenience, but more discerning reviewers criticized presentational flaws in the program. There seems to be a lack of detailed concern for safety instructions in 1.1. You can easily hurt yourself very badly by doing the postures in an uninformed way. If you want to do yoga postures, I recommend that any practice be accompanied by a DVD (not a book) at appropriate level of difficulty with detailed pointers on how to take the postures safely. 95% of the benefit is in the dozen or so most basic postures. Beyond that is just showing off.
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Version 1.0
Blamanche
24 April 2012
Free soft tissue injuries for the beginners!! Thanks CrApp store!
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Version 1.2
CueMac
27 October 2011
App Store told me it is 126 MB. Well, it is not suitable for beginners.
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Version 1.2
Cowicide
26 October 2011
NOT FREE. It's 8.99
Like (3)
Version 1.2
1 answer(s)
Neil-M
Neil-M
26 October 2011
I just downloaded it for free, from the app store.
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Wildfox
07 July 2011
I downloaded Version 1.0, which is 76.5 MB, not 765 MB. It is free, and it installs itself directly to the Applications folder. The publisher is an online gambling games outfit. The app for Mac is a rework of an app for remote devices. As a former yoga instructor, I rate the 1.0 content as worthless. You can upgrade to 1.1 for $4.99, at a robust 1020 MB. User reviews of the phone version were raves for portable convenience, but more discerning reviewers criticized presentational flaws in the program. There seems to be a lack of detailed concern for safety instructions in 1.1. You can easily hurt yourself very badly by doing the postures in an uninformed way. If you want to do yoga postures, I recommend that any practice be accompanied by a DVD (not a book) at appropriate level of difficulty with detailed pointers on how to take the postures safely. 95% of the benefit is in the dozen or so most basic postures. Beyond that is just showing off.
Like (8)
Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Simon-Browne
Simon-Browne
14 November 2011
Thanks for the valuable comments and warning.
Like (1)