**UPDATE: January 3, 2022—**Great news! You can now score 50% off your first year of Alo Moves, giving you access to over 3,000 classes for all levels, including yoga, pilates, barre, HIIT, and meditation for just $100. Alo’s best-selling digital membership rarely gets marked down, so sign up now and get moving.
ORIGINAL STORY: May 14, 2020—At-home workouts are more popular than ever, and if you’re looking to fill a yoga-studio-size hole in your heart, Alo Moves might be the virtual workout of your quarantine dreams. Alo Moves streams on-demand yoga, fitness, and mindfulness classes, and is an extension of Alo Yoga—the athleisure brand that counts everyone from Kendall Jenner to Hailee Steinfeld as fans.
Before social distancing, I used to balk at the idea of “sweating it out” in my apartment. I like running, but between face masks and dodging people on the street, exercising outside is as stressful as it is relaxing these days. Finding a workout routine that I could easily do at home is what first got me interested in Alo Moves—that, and the fact that I used to go to the Alo Yoga studio in SoHo pre-quarantine, but it’s the teachers and variety of lessons that keep me coming back for more.
An Alo Moves membership works like this: For $20 a month, you get unlimited access to thousands of video classes from beginner level to advanced. But with everything going in the world right now, Alo Moves is making its platform more accessible by offering a 14-day free trial, plus a free month for all new members after signing up. If you want to commit long-term, it’s also offering half off on its annual membership (so $99 instead of $199) for a whole year. It’s a pretty sweet deal if you think about the price of a drop-in class, which can range between $15 and $30 in New York City—or if you did ClassPass, which can be upwards of $49 a month.
One of the most impressive things about Alo Moves—and the reason I’m not bored-in-the-house-and-in-the-house-bored—is how many workouts there are. Every week Alo drops new courses: Some videos target specific concerns like tight shoulders, hips, or hamstrings, while others focus on strengthening individual muscle groups like your arms, legs, and core. And if yoga sequences are really not your thing, the platform also has other options like barre, HIIT, meditation, and prenatal stretching, which you all can pin to your virtual practice board.