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Our 15 Favorite Yoga Subscriptions to Inspire Your Practice

Our 16 Favorite Yoga Subscriptions to Inspire Your Practice

Our Picks for Everything From Leggings to Mindfulness

If your wellness journey has you practicing yoga to move your body while you flex your soul, you might enjoy a yoga subscription box to enhance your yogic path. There are yoga subscriptions that send high-quality yoga clothes and accessories, as well as boxes curated with mindful items simply in the spirit of yoga and meditation. For those just starting out and looking for a place to plug in, we also list several digital yoga memberships that offer access to full libraries of at-home yoga videos, guided meditations, and more.

You can find even more yoga boxes in our yoga subscription box directory. And don’t forget to check out our list of fitness subscription boxes, reader-recommended fitness boxes, and our list of fitness apps for even more ways to take your self-care to the next level!

Updated on 7/14/20 to refresh images and add more boxes, including some digital subscriptions, and updated on 7/15/20 to reflect changes to the Yogi Surprise box & remove Yogi Surprise Jewelry, which is no longer available.

by Christen Russo, MSA Reviewer
October 22, 2020| 10 comments

Here are the 15 Best Yoga Subscription Boxes of 2020!

1. YogaClub

Yoga Club yoga clothes subscription.

Image from our review.

The Cost: $79 a month + shipping. 

COUPON: Use code FREELEGGING to get a FREE Additional Legging with Your First Seasonal Guru Box!

Why we love it: You know that person in yoga class who always seems to have the coolest leggings? With YogaClub, you can be that person! Each box includes a mix of fitness separates like tops, bras, jackets, and of course, statement-making leggings and other bottoms, chosen to fit your preferences, size, and style. The best part? YogaClub merchandise comes from well-known fitness and athleisure brands like Teeki, Alternative Apparel, Manduka, Free People, and Onzie and more, but you pay up to 50% less than you would at retail!

Check out our YogaClub reviews and our YogaClub details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US, UK, Europe, and Canada.


2. Fabletics

Fabletics Take It Easy 2-piece bundle in black.

Image from our review.

The Cost: $49.95 to get started. Shop outfits (most start around $49.95), wait and have $49.95 saved to your account for later, or skip the month to avoid any charge at all. 

COUPON: Get two pairs of leggings for $24 ($99 value). No coupon needed - just use this link.

Why we love it: Co-founded by Kate Hudson, Fabletics gives their members VIP access to premium fitness apparel and accessories including tops, bras, jackets, athleisure staples, and of course, a wide array of the comfy, great-quality leggings for which they’re best known. Each month, members have the chance to shop the Fabletics catalog, skip the month, or wait and have their monthly membership fee stored as a credit to use later. The pieces, designed for sizes XX small to 3X, range in color, pattern, and cut, and they even offer gear like grippy studio shoes, yoga mats, and headbands.

Check out our Fabletics reviews and our Fabletics details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US, Canada, and Australia.


3. Yogi Surprise Yoga Box

yogi surprise review all items

Image from our review.

The Cost: $39.99 per month.

COUPON: Use code MSA25 to save 25% off your first box!

Why we love it: Yogi Surprise is a yoga lifestyle box, meaning each box includes products that support your practice both on and off the mat. Think gear like straps and mat sprays, as well as aromatherapeutic products, instructional books, ingredient-conscious body care, and wholesome snacks. It’s a fun way to incorporate the values of yoga into your entire life.

Check out our Yogi Surprise reviews and our Yogi Surprise details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US for free and worldwide with an additional shipping fee.


4. Dia & Co Active

Dia & Co activewear box.

Image via Dia & Co.

The Cost: $20 a month.

Why we love it: Dia & Co Active provides trend-savvy fitness fashion for women sizes 14 and up. All you need to do is take the Dia Active style quiz to begin receiving activewear that fits your lifestyle, size preferences, and budget. Like other clothing subscriptions on this list, you pay a $20 styling fee to have a personal stylist help select the perfect athleisure looks for you. Keep what you love, and return what you don’t.

Check out our Dia & Co Active reviews and our Dia & Co Active details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US.


5. Ellie

ellie fitness gear

Image from our review.

The Cost: Plans start at $39.95 a month.

Why we love it: Take your workout to the next level with Ellie! This workout gear subscription lets subscribers choose a monthly outfit made up of three separates from high-quality brands. You can also choose to include two fitness accessories in your box, such as headbands, jump ropes, and at-home workout supplies.

Check out our Ellie reviews and our Ellie details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US only.


6. Wantable Fitness

Wantable Fitness Edit February 2020 workout clothes folded and displayed next to box

Image from our review.

The Cost: $20 a month.

Why we love it: Like many clothing subscriptions, Wantable Fitness offers you a personalized stylist who chooses new items for you based on your preferences and size. The difference? This subscription is solely specialized in fitness and athleisure looks! Your $20/month fee goes towards anything you choose to keep. Wantable Fitness is great for men or women interested in performance brands that combine fashion and function.

Check out our Wantable Fitness reviews, our Wantable Fitness details for Him & Wantable Fitness details for Her for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US.


7. SweatStyle


Image from our review.

The Cost: Starts at $25 a month.

Why we love it: SweatStyle is all about making fitness fashionable. Each box is packed with 6 pieces of fitness fashion curated to your lifestyle, preferences, and fit. Only keep the pieces you love. Your $25 styling fee goes towards any of the pieces you choose to keep, and if you end up spending $250, you’ll receive 20% off your entire purchase! 

Check out our SweatStyle reviews and our SweatStyle details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US.


8. BuddhiBox

Buddhibox yoga accessories.

Image from our review.

The Cost: $34.95 a month + shipping. Save with longer subscriptions.

COUPON: Use code buddhiaddiction to save 10% off all subscriptions!

Why we love it: Founded by a yoga teacher, BuddhiBox is a yoga lifestyle box that offers 100% cruelty-free products to enrich your practice. You’ll get wholesome treats, fun accessories, and other wellness items from unique, thoughtful brands. BuddhiBox partners with businesses that follow ethical standards and donates a portion of their profits to support different charities each month.

Check out our BuddhiBox reviews and our BuddhiBox details for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US, Canada, and Australia.


9. Yoga by Candace Mantra

Healthy living subscription box from YBC.

Image via YBC.

The Cost: $32.99 a quarter.

Why we love it: Focused on the intersection of yoga and health, the Mantra box connects you with exciting products from small, local health and wellness businesses. Each Mantra box contains up to 12 items, and can be customized for vegan/vegetarian and gluten-free diets. Yoga by Candace also offers online yoga classes and 30-day programs so that you can put your intentional living items to use.

Check out our Yoga by Candace Mantra reviews and our Yoga by Candace Mantra details for more information on subscribing. Ships worldwide.


10. Do a Shot of Yoga

The Cost: Starts at $17 per month. 

Why we love it: This subscription is filled with all sorts of amazing yoga resources! You have several tiers to choose from, the first being a digital subscription sending downloadable master classes, inclusion in a 10-day yoga challenge, and access to bonus materials to further your practice. They also offer the Mini Mailer, which includes everything mentioned for the digital tier plus a hard copy of the yoga book of the month. The Deluxe subscription encompasses all that plus 3-4 yoga lifestyle items to make their everyday life align with their attitude on the mat.

Check out our Do a Shot of Yoga details for more information. Ships to the US for $6.99 for the Mini Mailer, $7.99 for the Deluxe box.

11. Namast’eh Box

Namast'eh Box is a Canadian yoga subscription.

Image via Namast’eh Box.

The Cost: Starts at $59 per month.

Why we love it: This Canada-based yoga subscription box sends a monthly box of fitness clothes from a premium Canadian brand such as Tonic Active, Inner Fire, Lokosport Active, Daub + Design, Westcomb, and MPG Sport. Choose what tier suits your needs: The Maple Leaf Box ($59/month) sends 1 pair of premium leggings or capris per box, The Glowing Hearts Box ($89/month) sends a 2-piece premium outfit including yoga pants and a sports bra or top with each delivery, and The True North Box ($119/month) sends a 3-piece premium outfit made up of leggings, a sports bra, and a workout top. This box offers sizes XS-XL and includes clothes up to 50% off of retail prices!

Ships to the US for $9.99 (from Canada), to Canada for free.

12. Yogi Secret

Yogi Secret yoga wellness subscription box.

Image via Yogi Secret.

The Cost: $39.95 per month. Save with longer subscriptions.


Why we love it: Yoga is an act of wellness and self-care, and the Yogi Secret monthly yoga subscription makes the perfect pairing to your practice. Each delivery comes filled with 5-7 full-size items that are all-natural, cruelty-free, thoughtfully hand curated, and yoga-related. Think essential oils, scented candles, handmade journals and jewelry, skincare products, yoga apparel and accessories, and more!

Ships to the US.


Our Favorite Digital Yoga Subscriptions:

13. Yoga Download

The Cost: Free 5-day trial before registration is necessary. Free 15-day trial after registration. After your free trial(s), membership costs $17.99 per month or $119.99 per year (breaks down to $9.99/month, billed annually).

About the Subscription: Yoga Download offers yogis to access teachers, yoga styles, and a range of settings from around the world through their 1,500+ classes. Each is led by a yoga teacher with international acclaim, so you know you’ll be in good hands! Regardless of your experience level, ability, or location, this yoga app will guide you through yogic poses and vinyasas that will help you gain balance and calm the mind. Yoga Download also offers barre, pilates, and fusion workouts ranging from 20-30 minutes in length, plus guided meditations. Explore this app class by class using their filters or dive into one of their 50+ curated programs to work toward a goal like healing back pain, prenatal sessions, and beyond.

Available on desktop, iOS, and Android.


14. YogaVibes

The Cost: Free 15-day trial. After your free trial ends, membership costs $19.95 per month or $199 per year (breaks down to $17/month, billed annually).

About the Subscription: With a YogaVibes membership comes a large library of over 2,000 yoga classes, meditations, and barre classes to enjoy. Explore the variety of styles, class lengths, difficulty levels, and yoga teachers to find which ones you connect with most and enjoy unlimited, on-demand streaming access from wherever you are. New classes are added regularly so you’ll always have a fresh experience to look forward to, and some classes offer closed captions with more being added all the time.

Available on desktop and iOS.


15. Gaia

Gaia conscious video streaming service.

Image via Gaia.

The Cost: Free 1-week trial. After your free trial ends, membership costs $11.99 per month or $99 per year (breaks down to $8.25/month, billed annually). Live Access membership costs $299 per year (breaks down to $24.92/month, billed annually).

About the Subscription: Gaia is a conscious video platform that goes deeper than what mainstream services might offer. Their yoga, pilates, meditation, and fitness classes are a great place to start, but those looking to further foster inner transformation may wish to explore their personal-development and -improvement videos, spirituality talks, truth-seeking topics like metaphysics, ancient wisdom, and paranormal, and hard-to-find independent films and documentaries about nature, culture, and more. The annual membership comes with a Healthy Habits Guide, an alternative health magazine, and a Morning Ritual calendar; the Live Access tier includes Gaia Annual benefits plus immersive workshops, live chat capabilities, replays of events, and instant Spanish translation.

Available on desktop, iOS, Android, and Roku.

Which yoga subscription do you think you’ll try first? We’d love to hear what you’re thinking in the comments!

Best Yoga Subscription Boxes

Written by Christen Russo

Christen Russo

Christen is a smile collector, outdoors enthusiast, and appreciator of soggy French fries. Her favorite subscriptions involve eco-friendly products and clothes, nature supplies, stationery, and coffee. She can be easily won over with a good sheet of stickers.

Comments (10)

  1. Yogi Surprise is no more 😭😭😭. I was able to benefit from their boxes for over a year, and I will say I. Loved. Everything. In. Every. Single. Box! Everything!!

  2. After reading your comments I just want to mention Ellie subscription box. You can find reviews of them here on MSA and might serve your needs without all the hassle.

    • Yes, Lisa, Ellie is a favorite! Thanks for emphasizing that one!

  3. Yogi Surprise announced the end of their jewelry box back in April. In May, they ended lifetime discounts but they also lowered the monthly cost of their Yogi Surprise box to $39.99.

    • Thanks so much for the heads up!! I’m going to update the list right now. 🙂

  4. I agree about Yoga Club. I’ve been a subscriber for 5 months and everything I have gotten is from Whisper, Vie Active, or AR-33. AR-33 seems to be the best quality out of all of them. I think Whisper and Vie Active are the same company as I received 3 shirts exactly the same but with the two different names. Also have received 3 of the same leggings and 4 of the same sports bra….just in slightly different colors. When I look at what I’ve received it’s only 3 different items in different colors. Returning isn’t very simple and this month I actually chose my own outfit (probably because I’ve returned a few times). I chose an outfit that was teal and magenta. What i got was the same outfit but in dark red and dark green. The photos were either really altered or they just put in different colors for me. I just canceled my subscription. It’s such a great idea but it’s not coming together very well.

  5. I’ve gotten 7 months of YogaClub and it is super frustrating. They sort of put together 2 items and then mostly just give me something black to turn it into an outfit…don’t need a stylist for that. I have had repeats of several of the exact same articles of clothing. Same bras, pants and tanks just slightly different color. Most (almost all) of what I’ve been sent is from Vie Active and Whisper. I’m not even sure Whisper is a real brand… If you want to return something…omg…they give you the worst choices. It is like a random rack at a 75% off sale and you have ZERO chance of making an outfit out of the random junk there. AND you have to pay $7/$14 to send stuff back. When I have looked, you can find some of the clothing. It is on sale online and probably a few seasons old, I have no problem with that but seems like they could get better stuff if they are just surfing sale racks (in bulk). Finally, I asked not to be sent anymore black items (grey, white…practically all colors are welcome)… when I opened my October box… the only article of clothing was one black shirt… no bra or leggings. YogaClub is such a good idea but they can’t get their act together to save their life.

    • I just went back and counted. Of the 6 outfits and one random shirt there are 19 total items. Eight of these are Vie Active (3 of the exact same ill-fitting bra that are almost the same color). Four Whisper items. Upon closer inspection, I think the Whisper and Vie Active are the same. They have the same exact material for the shirts and they have similar label, including the words “Designed in Sun Valley Made in America” on each. So basically I think 12 of the 19 items are from some unknown company. Anyway, the point is that all those nice brands they list that you should be able to try…I think it is a SCAM! One shirt already has a hole in it after wearing only a few times. These aren’t great quality either…I would be all for a yogaclub branded line if it were amazing quality and style. It is unethical to market that you can try a variety of known brands but in reality they send over 60% of items from what appears to be some sort of fake brand(s). Even if the brands are well-knows…I don’t want 12 items from the same place. There are several repeats in the exact same item just different color (3 Via Active bras, 2 other bras, 2 t-shirts, 2 tanks). My last two outfits EACH had 2 repeats. So after 3 outfits they have to start sending you the same crap in different colors. As far as the other items…they are probably worse quality than the Vie Active. I have one pair of Onzie leggings…and the material is awful. They are dark, with stars…when you bend over… the material stretches and gets lighter in color…so every time I do dead-lifts or squats….there are stars and one big MOON!

      • Ugh I have to agree and it makes it so frustrating because I love the concept. I was sent those same Onzie leggings and while not see through for me, they randomly decided to send me a larger size so they are HUGE. Frustrating since I really liked the print but didn’t feel like spending the money to fix it.

        The only thing I will say is that their costumer service is awesome. I was sent a defective item and they responded/resolved the issue right away.

        I’m on month three and really thinking of cancelling. The first month was generic outfit for subscription, second was defective item, third was ridiculously large pants. Good costumer service isn’t enough reason to stay, and thus far I’ve been really enjoying Ellie in comparison.

  6. I’ve been getting Yogi Surprise for a while and I’m now ready to switch it up a bit. Thinking about MoonBox by Gaia Collective or Yoga by Candace Mantra.

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