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The House of Yoga offers guided yoga, meditation and pranayama practice videos - in various styles and class times. Our video collection is ever-evolving and we add new content regularly. Whether you want to relax or strengthen, or you have five minutes or two hours, there is always a practice here for you.

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We strive to capture the essence of the traditional yoga teachings and connect you with some of the most inspiring teachers from around the world. All in the comfort of your own living room - or wherever you are.

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Our mission is to make authentic lineage-based teachings accessible to everyone, regardless of your experience, geographical location or background. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced practitioner, this is the place for real and authentic yoga – for all levels.

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TeacherKatiza Satya StyleVinyasa Yoga
LevelAll levels Duration57 mins


An active vinyasa flow practice that is a great way to begin your day; awakening your body and allowing your energy to flow through you in a harmonious way. You will focus a lot on connecting to your inner ground, developing an intimate sense of grounding and stability.
TeacherEddie Stern StyleTalk
LevelAll levels Duration12 mins

The Deeper Aspect of Yoga

What does yoga mean, really? Eddie Stern shares his view on enlightenment, modern-day yoga teachers, Pattabhi Jois, and getting to know yourself a little deeper.
TeacherKristin Skotnes Vikjord StyleVinyasa Yoga
LevelAll levels Duration55 mins

Gentle Playfulness

This class guided by Kristin opens with gentle breathwork, turning your attention inwards, with an intention of compassion. From here you will take this intention into light and playful movements. You will close this practice with a short meditation on loving kindness.
TeacherKristin Skotnes Vikjord StyleVinyasa Yoga
LevelAdvanced Duration62 mins


This is a longer and advanced version of the Gentle Playfulness practice. In this class you will start with a few minutes of breath work, turning your attention inwards, with an intention of compassion. From here you will take that intention into a playful and challenging asana practice, including headstands and backbends. You will close the practice with a short meditation on loving kindness.
TeacherKristin Skotnes Vikjord StyleMeditation
LevelAll levels Duration30 mins

Connecting to the here and now

Kristin will guide you through a short mindful meditation which includes some simple pranayama practices that will help you focus and relieve restlessness.This practice will help you connect to the here and now and can be used as a nice short practice on its own, or as a preparation of a longer practice.
TeacherEddie Stern StyleTalk
LevelAll levels Duration6 mins

How we can integrate yoga into our lives

Eddie stern talks about how we can integrate the yoga practice in our daily lives. Eddie points out the split between spiritual practice and our regular life and gives insights on how you can let these two worlds flow together. He also shares some personal insights on how he got stuck by identification.


slice:Discover Pitta Dosha

We've spent the last few weeks covering quite a bit of Ayurvedic ground. It can be very inspiring to begin to understand ourselves and our health, from a different perspective.

slice:Fear – How does it work?

Our society is filled with fear. Fear has many faces: there is fear that is well-grounded and an instinctive reaction to danger, but most of the time, our fears are based on beliefs from the ego...


As yogis, part of our path to consciousness is to watch our behaviors, tendencies and actions, and attempt to keep a balance. Many of us take part in seasonal, nutritional detoxes—bringing awareness and change to what we put in our physical body. But how much awareness are we bringing to what we are putting in our mind and mental body?

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