Dive into Yoga free Android, iPhone app teaches poses and more


The team here on Phones Review like to keep our readers informed about a variety of different news concerning mobile devices, and this includes some of the great applications that are provided by developers that are often also free. Today we have the Dive into Yoga that is a free Android and iPhone app that teaches poses and more.

This free application comes via internationally acclaimed yoga expert and teacher, Christine Martitz, who has incorporated her hugely successful Yoga DVD into this app. It doesn’t just use images to instruct users as it has the power of video to demonstrate a number of real time postures.

This will help users to hit the next level of mind, body, and spirit with the help of 26 quality videos of the instructor Christine showing users how to do the postures along with a breathing exercise. As it has been noted by those that have already been using the application, it makes learning easier as it uses the videos instead of just still shots.

Yoga has been proven to help those that practice it to keep control of their cholesterol levels and also reduce weight, which can also improve cardiac performance. Users will find 26 different poses in a video format with the option to stick to one clip making it easier to study that particular pose.

If you decide to play all the video clips it will provide a great workout and users also have the option of customizing their own yoga set by selecting their favourite clips and saving them to a set, and the application is available in English and German.

The iOS version of the app is available for users of the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch running iOS 3.1.3 or later via the App Store, while the Android version is available via Google Play.

Are you a yoga fan?


9 thoughts on “Dive into Yoga free Android, iPhone app teaches poses and more”

  1. hogwash says:

    “Yoga has been proven to help those that practice it to keep control of
    their cholesterol levels and also reduce weight, which can also improve
    cardiac performance.”

    Doesn’t matter if you eat 8000 kilocalories per day. Mumbo Jumbo!

    1. Natasha says:

      You clearly are not a yoga practitioner or else it would not cross your mind to consume 8000 calories a day since that obviously would make you feel very awful!

    2. emoryd says:

      This is a great app to use for your yoga regimen. Yoga is beneficial for a lot of reasons including stretching, cardio exercise, controlling cholesterol levels and weight loss. I don’t understand your comment about 8000 kilocalories per day. Obviously weight loss involves consuming less calories which is common knowledge to those losing weight through yoga, running, weights or any other method.

  2. Natasha says:

    Loooooove the “Dive into Yoga” APP and practice with it all the time! It helps me stay focused during my home practice, when I am not able to take a class with Christine. This APP is for everyone on the go since it allows you to put a set together depending on the time you can dedicate to your practice at the moment.

  3. emoryd2 says:

    “Dive Into Yoga” makes it very easy to practice yoga and reap the benefits of this from of exercise. Videos are great and provide clear instruction on how to do various moves. People who use this app will advance further with yoga and get more from it.

  4. Jason says:

    The ‘Dive into Yoga’ APP is great: it is a portable miniature version of the wonderful DIVE INTO YOGA DVD. I can play it anywhere at any time – even in German. I can even put my own sequences together. Download it now and thank me later.

  5. Reel good says:

    O U T S T A N D I N G!!! This yoga APP is superlative! Be prepared to be mentally and physically transported into the calming and restorative effect that is created by this yoga master!!! A “must have” for all yoga enthusiasts.

  6. Maria says:

    You are still one of my favorite inspirations. Your level of flexibility is very hard to top, but what matters is the way you made it easy to follow… ;-))