digital yoga business

Where do you begin starting a digital yoga business? Well, you don’t need fancy equipment like a $3,000 camera to start with, but you do need software! Lucky for you I love testing #allthesoftwares and I’ve compiled a list of the ones I think are best to set up an online yoga biz. 

Please note that some of the links on this page are affiliate links, meaning I may get a small commission when you sign up using my link. I use or have used most of these products myself, either in my own business or with clients, I know them well and wholeheartedly recommend them. Feel free to send me a message if you’re unsure whether one of these softwares is the right one for you.


yoga biz basics

The 3 essential software types you need to set up an online yoga business are:  video meeting software to teach classes online, a payment processor/ cart provider to take payments from your yoga students and an email service provider so you can market your classes/coaching sessions. Here are my recommendations.



Free 14 day trial. Get 20% off for life* if you sign up for a paid plan through my link. A Solo subscription includes 1 event (webinar) per month and starts at $19/mYou also get 3 meeting rooms, 3 booking links and you can add custom branding and more.



Convertkit is THE best price-quality email service provider for features like automations. A Creator account with automations and free migration starts from $9/m for up to 300 subscribers. Anndd I have a sign-up bonus if you sign up through my link!

cart software


If you offer digital downloads, subscriptions or coaching, it’s worth looking into SendOwl. I’ve used it for years – it’s so user friendly plus integrates with Stripe and Paypal, and you can offer Pay What You Can to your students. Get $30 in Sendowl credits when you sign up through my link.


yoga website

Your yoga website has 2 important functions: to give information about you and what you do, and to get people to take action. Whether that action is to sign up for your email list, book a private yoga class, buy a yoga course or something else… You don’t need an elaborate website, but you do want it to function well and be very clear on what your visitor’s next best step is.


Lyrical Host

Forget GD, and choose a domain registration company that has the best service desk I’ve ever encountered, even helping me with WordPress issues unrelated to their product. And they do hosting too. Get 10% off your first payment through my link.

website hosting


Never had any downtime since I started using Cloudways over 6 years ago. The hosting provider preferred by developers automatically gives more bandwidth if you’re experiencing a viral spike.

Website builder


I’ve tried Divi, Thrive Architect and others and this is by far the best price/quality website builder to set up on top of your site.

pop up builder


Long term deal – the most advanced pop up builder out there. Create beautiful sophisticated popups and decide who to show it to on a very granular level. 

live chat


Instead of an ancient contact form, try this plugin to let your visitors contact you through your website. If you’re not online, you’ll get an email. Free plugin (paid features available).


online yoga course

course software

Thrivecart Learn

Long term deal – pay once and never again for your course software. Includes cart software for sophisticated sales pages and an intuitive course builder.

course software


The course software ideal for beginners, without monthly payments. Intuitive interface and beautiful designed course experience for your students. They automatically handle digital EU+UK VAT for you.

course software


While Appsumo is not a course builder itself, they often have super lifetime deals for software that is up and coming. Just type in “course builder” in the search box and try not to get tempted by all the other amazing deals!

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