The idea of balance is one of the first things that comes to mind when mentioning up yoga. Yoga balance poses are also some of the most iconic ones. Tree pose, Eagle pose, or Crane pose.
Yoga is universally seen as the fast-track to emotional well-being and stability. It is also one of the prime examples when evidence-based research consistently sided with the popular perception of yoga. The amount of research on yoga and mental health grows as fast as the number of YouTube yoga videos.
Check out this guide if you are looking for the best yoga app with the beginner yoga routine, the best free yoga app with free yoga classes, or an app that can help you and your best friend set up a two-person yoga challenge.
This is the first in the series of stories about the world of yoga, brought to you by Yoganotch, the smart yoga assistant that gives live feedback on asana form when you practice alone. Yoganotch app is free on the App Store and can be paired with Yoganotch motion sensors for technique analysis and feedback.
Eszter Ozsvald is the founder and CTO of Notch, a motion-tech company based in New York and Budapest. Notch serves as a platform for developers, researchers and entrepreneurs to understand and analyze human motion, and build products and apps to either help improve health-related (e.g. gait analysis in Parkinson’s) or sports-specific physical fitness (e.g. golf coaching tool). Their latest initiative, Yoganotch, offers yoga practitioners a personal yoga assistant by providing live personalized advice.
Eszter Ozsvald is the technical founder of Yoganotch an innovative tech company offering yoga practitioners a personal yoga assistant by providing live personalized advice. The app she spearheaded provides real-time feedback on yoga poses and also allows access to classes taught by professional teachers. It all began for her in the pool when she was developing into a competitive swimmer.