On-Demand Yoga – Videos and Audios

Welcome to my Online Yoga Offering

YO-GA (Yoga Online With Gregory Angell)
Practice Yoga from the comfort of your home.

I’m very excited to be offering monthly and annual subscriptions so you can access my yoga classes, plus extra videos and audio recordings, at any time from anywhere.

It’s time to discover the combination of physical, mental, emotional, and energetic exercises that have hooked millions of yoga practitioners around the world. Don’t be intimidated by yoga terminology and complicated postures, yoga really is for everyone.

What Subscribers Are Saying About My Online Classes

“The online experience is so slick! Excellent, professional, humble, dynamic.. dead good. Well done Greg.” Deborah Malone-Newman

“I’m really enjoying your online classes and gaining a lot. The difference I find with your classes compared to the other teachers I have tried since you is the way you combine the physical with the mental and spiritual. I’ve actually noticed my blood pressure is lower since I restarted your practice!” John Hobson

“I’ve just completed my first online session with you. Oh my goodness, I have missed everything about the way you teach. I’m glad to have reconnected with your great encouragement and support.” Anne Thomas

“Brilliant 45 minute online class Greg, best one yet. You got it right, I felt like I had done a workout, felt grounded and peaceful and ready for the day ahead.“ Claire Anderson

“I am so pleased I was told about your online classes. When I log onto a class I feel as if I am going into my calm space. It is wonderful. The combination of both energetic and more relaxing sessions, also the invaluable tutorials that give the chance to focus on the detail of a particular movement or posture. And I appreciate how I can choose a short 20 minute practice, or lose myself in a 90 minute one. Thank you for putting together such a well thought out programme of online yoga. The quotes and wise words you share with us are inspiring too!” Rachel Garnett

“Thank you. Your online sessions are a joy.” Sue Bradley

“Keep up the amazing work. It’s been so easy and seamless and freeing to be able to attend classes online during these strange times.” Liz Corner

“I have two young children and am not particularly local to your class location. The online classes have not only enabled me to practice more at a time that fits around family life but also my confidence in yoga has grown. I have gained so much from the online sessions so a huge thank you from me.” Cathryn Bishop


Your health is an investment, not an expense.

Monthly subscription: £30 a month * (less than £8 a week).
Annual subscription: £195 a year (less than £4 a week).

*You can cancel at anytime.

Included In Your Subscription

A key element to this offering is the direct link you have to my ongoing guidance, support, and encouragement (particularly for beginners). I’ll assist with your transition from beginner into confident and competent practitioners of Yoga.

I’m always available to respond to any questions/requests and will guide and support in any way I can.

Yang 陽 or 阳 male principle in nature.
Intense, vibrant, focussed, efficient, effective.

The objective of Yang Yoga is to strengthen the benevolent and eradicate the malevolent.

Yang Yoga is a fitness-based vinyasa practise. It was developed as an attempt to make Ashtanga Yoga more accessible to Western students (intense enough to be attractive for Western athletes and gym-goers). As an offshoot of Ashtanga Yoga, it has many of the same qualities and benefits, including building internal heat, increased stamina, strength, and flexibility, as well as stress reduction. Yang Yoga is now a term widely used to describe many vigorous vinyasa styles.

Yin 陰 or 阴 female principle in nature.
Restorative, slow, soft, yielding, calm, deep.

Yin Yoga is where you invite your body to be included in your soul’s experience. It is the true feeling of coming home to your body.

The Yin practise is a very effective way to open tight hips and hamstrings. It serves as a unique and powerful tool for maintaining the greatest possible range of movement.

As one ages flexibility in the joints decreases and Yin Yoga is a wonderful way to maintain that flexibility, something that many don’t seem to be too concerned about until they notice it is gone.

Yin Yoga is a complement to the more active Yang Yoga classes. Both being different dimensions of Hatha yoga. The emphasis is long held deep stretches primarily targeting the connective tissues, tendons, ligaments and deep muscles. Short held poses do not give these areas time to fully stretch out. The majority of the poses are floor poses, with emphasis on the lower back, hips, and hamstrings.

Yin will take you further in your regular Yoga practise, improve your athletic performance, increase agility, and joint mobility.

The difference, when you engage your bodies for a Yin Yoga practise, is that you attempt to release the muscles from their activity, rather than engage them. This is the ‘capacity to deeply relax’. It is a letting go and release to find a deep surrender, yet a revitalisation, without a forceful struggle of straining to achieve. Through this openness, and awareness, you are more able to go inward to see what is there.

Everything your body needs to function at its absolute best. The ultimate cross training. Power Hour sessions offer an intense, efficient, effective, 60 minute, full body workout.

Add to that all the benefits from sweating, deep breathing, dissolving tension and quieting the mind, and we really have something very special.

A combination of traditional Yoga with other forms of fitness. The great thing about YO-GA FUSION is variety. The workouts are constantly evolving, offering a variety of sessions that target different areas of the body.

This section offers some extremely high quality productions for you to enjoy (directors, cameramen, and sound engineers were employed for these productions). These include Yin Yoga, Yang Yoga, Power Hour, and Sun Salutation sessions.

Endurance (noun): the ability to endure a difficult process or situation without giving way.

Think of it as a Yang Class * 2.

A selection of Sun Salutation sessions with different durations and mantras. A complete workout in itself.

Surya Namaskar is a series of twelve physical postures. These alternating backward and forward bending asanas flex, extend, and open the spinal column and limbs through their natural range of movement. The sequence provides a profound opening to the whole of the body; few other forms of exercise can be compared with it. Its versatility and application make it one of the most useful methods to induce a healthy, vigorous, and active life.

A collection of short meditation and mindfulness exercises accessible for everyone.

People who meditate regularly tend to sleep better, handle the ups and downs of daily life with more clarity and ease, and relate to others with more compassion and warmth.

Meditation isn’t about controlling or quieting the mind. It’s about being more at ease with the mind.

You are successfully meditating if you meditate. If you take one moment to see what is occurring inside your own mind, without getting involved in its contents, without engaging in the dialogue, just observing, you are doing it right. What happens to you as a result of the observation, therein lies the wild and magnificent adventure!

Meditation can help bring about a natural sense of peace and well-being that can extend into every aspect of our lives.

There is a reason meditation has been around for thousands of years, it works!

draw forth a state of nothingness.

There’s no substitute for a great night’s sleep, but there is a particular combination of meditation and Yoga that comes close.

Yoga Nidra works by gently guiding you through four main stages of brainwave activity: Beta; Alpha; Theta; and Delta.

The ultimate goal is to achieve a hypnagogic state, which falls between wakefulness and sleep. It’s that magical time just before you fall asleep when the body is in deep relaxation while the mind is still reasonably lucid.

For many of us, relaxation means flopping out on the couch and zoning out in front of the TV at the end of a stressful day. But this does little to reduce the damaging effects of stress.

Rather, you need to activate your body’s natural relaxation response, a state of deep rest that puts the brakes on stress, slows your breathing and heart rate, lowers your blood pressure, and brings your body and mind back into balance. You can do this by practising these short relaxation sessions.

Bandha: Binding; bond; putting together; lock; internal body lock; co-activation of muscles around a joint complex; a sustained contraction of muscle groups that assist in movement; and/or stabilisation of a joint complex.

The Bandhas are a dimension of Yoga where you learn to engage without employing the body. Initially, you employ the body. But slowly, you should come to a point where, without doing anything with your body, you can hold any Bandha, anywhere you want.

In my exploration of Yoga Asanas (postures) I found that working with Bandhas and harnessing/channelling subtle energy introduced a lightness and openness into the practise.

With practise there is less unconscious and/or passive placement of the limbs and more and more conscious movement from the core to the end of each limb.

Let’s say you stand up in a sluggish way. Now if I tell you to stand upright and tall, you will engage certain muscles in your body. Then I tell you to release any tension that is unnecessary to keep this upright posture, and make it as light as possible. Quickly and unconsciously you will let go of most of the muscle activation you just exerted. Assuming that your body is functional and you have proper control over your muscles, the activation that remains in your body constitutes the Bandhas.

Sanskrit Mantras are sound formulas packed with energy and intention that have a profound effect on the body and mind. When these sound waves (Mantras) are combined with thought waves (intentions), they become powerful tools for insight, healing, creativity and spiritual growth.

You have ‘at your finger tips’ the infinite organising power of the Universe.

Yogis from ancient times devoted their lives to exploring our subtle energy systems and it is amazing that we now have access to this wisdom. We can use it to help transform our lives from the inside out.

Mudras have been used in the Eastern World for thousands of years. Their purpose is to channel and redirect energy within the body to achieve optimal health and vitality. The word Mudra translates as ‘seal’. It is used to describe a physical gesture made with the body or the hands.

Nada, from the Sanskrit ‘नाद’, means ‘sound’. Nada Yoga is the Yoga of sound.
It has been scientifically proven that the whole universe is made up of vibrations. The ancient Indian scriptures affirm that the Universe was created by sound. As you experiment with different Nada Yoga practises, maybe you will also find that sound is indeed a powerful doorway into the Great Mystery.

Humans have understood for centuries that sound has a profound effect on the human body and mind. Ever since our discovery of music and shamanistic chanting we have been pushing the boundaries of how the healing effects of sounds and frequencies can be measured.

Everywhere we turn in nature, we find 528Hz. Chlorophyll, which helps plants draw energy from light and gives them their green colour, vibrates at 528Hz. The bees that pollinate many of these plants buzz around at 528Hz. And the rainbow that completes this picturesque scene has 528Hz at its heart as it refracts the same greenish-yellow light found in chlorophyll.

Essentially, Yoga therapy is the application of techniques to alleviate ailments with the view of promoting self-care and encouraging overall well-being.

It’s a self-empowering process of implementing a personalised and evolving Yoga practise. It not only addresses issues in a multi-dimensional manner, but also aims to alleviate suffering in a progressive, non-invasive and complementary manner. Depending upon the nature of the difficulties/disturbances, Yoga therapy can not only be preventative or curative, but also serve as a means to manage the difficulties, or facilitate healing in the person at all levels.

A library of educational articles, enabling you to broaden your understanding of the vast subject matter that is Yoga.

Access to class playlists (people seem to love my tunes!)

A comprehensive selection of demonstrations explaining, in detail, different aspects of the classes.

Put life in perspective with these short yet sage offerings. These wise and beautiful messages from such positive thinkers will get you in the right mindset to tackle whatever obstacles lie ahead.

How to Subscribe

Contact me by email/phone and I’ll take it from there.

12 months from now you will thank yourself.

07772 281902

Gregory is always available to answer any questions you may have and assist you with your yoga practice…