Yoga Sequence Builder 3 in 1:

Build Sequences

Create sequences from more than 350 poses in an intuitive interface.

Save and organize sequences directly in your online profile

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Play Sequences

Our Sequence Player lets you play your sequences on any device.

Share your sequences with friends, students and family and let them practice at home.

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Print Sequences

You can also print your sequences so you can hand them out to students, clients and friends.

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Q & A

Q: Does the builder work on iPad?

A: Yes, both the builder & the player works on iPad and iPhone

Q: Can I use Drag and Drop?

A: Yes, you can drag and drop, add duration, breathing, comments and even alignment to each pose

Q: How does adding duration, breathing etc. work?

A: Sequence Pose properties will be added to the printed version and added to the player as voice-over

Q: Can I try it our before purchasing?

A: Yes, you can use the demo version of the builder as long as you want to.
You will find it here

Q: What are the limits of the demo builder?

A: You cannot save you sequences to your account or share them with friends and students

Q: Can I share sequences for free?

A: As a premium member you can share as many sequences as you want - or you can keep them private

Q: Can I share sequences to Facebook?

A: Yes, all your sequences can be shared to Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and by email

Q: Can my friends play shared sequences?

A: Yes, thats the whole point of sharing sequences. Anyone can play and practice your sequences as many times as they want

Q: Can I charge for shared sequences?

A: Not yet, but we plan on creating a workshop tool where you can create workshops and sell them online
Please let us know if that sounds interesting?

Q: Can I add text & documents to my sequences?

A: Yes every sequence has a title and optionally an abstract and a description. Use them to instruct people to make the most of your shared sequence, or as for your own reference.

Note: Documents such as PDF and WORD files can be uploaded and shared as part of the Description

Plans and Pricing

14 days free Trial on all plans

1-Year Plan


$47.40 Billed Every Year - Save 61%
Unlimited access to Yogidia Sequence Builder
Community Profile with Blog, Video and Gallery
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6-Month Plan


$35.70 Billed Every 6 Month - Save 41%
Unlimited access to Yogidia Sequence Builder
Community Profile with Blog, Video and Gallery
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1-Month Plan


$9.95 Billed Every Month - Save 0%
Unlimited access to Yogidia Sequence Builder
Community Profile with Blog, Video and Gallery
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Yogidia´s Yoga Sequence Builder

  1. It’s a tool where you can compose sequences by adding pictures from our library and place them in the desired order.
  2. You can always modify or insert new images.
  3. You can also add different values such as breathing, pranayama, alignment or meditation etc.
  4. All the sequences you create can be saved in your personal profile, printed to share with friends or used as an outline for a class or played in player for your own yoga practice.

Yogidia is all about sharing! We have shared hundreds of our own sequences and we cant wait to see yours!!

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Yoga Sequence Planner

  1. print sequences and bring to class
  2. add pre- or private written text to sequences
  3. redo sequences anytime

Yogidia's Yoga Sequence Planner/printer is a tool which you can prepare a class and share your various saved classes. You can print your classes small images to get a good view of the entire sequence or larger pictures where you can add cues such as breath or alignments. You can also share your sequences as a digital display to friends, students, your website or on facebook.

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Yoga Sequence Player

  1. play your “creatively made” sequence online
  2. add length and alignments and other cues to each pose
  3. share your sequences online with student or friends

Yogidia's Yoga Sequence Player allows you to play your yoga sequences/classes online including spoken directions. The player will play your sequences by automatically moving between selected images on your player to the spoken cues you have given your poses, It works just like a video!!

You can assign different cues to be spoken for all poses so you can get exactly what you want. A longer breath add more time. A hip rotation just add the cue!!

Your sequences can be shared with friends by simply sending the link.

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Share, share, share!

Make Yogidia your place to talk practice and share all things yoga

  1. Show your student your newest sequence privately
  2. Publish your sequence so everyone on Yogidia can try it out and give you feedback
  3. Share articles you have written, sequences you have created, or even workshop you have designed

One of the great advantages of Yogidia Sequence Builder is that all your classes are stored in your library and you then can directly print all or parts of sequences.

Teachers, you can create a class you've taught and share them with students. can try Students you can try out new sequences or make your own and ask for feedback from friends.

Your sequences can share by email, facebook or paste on your webpage.

Prepare workshops and teacher trainings

Instructors and teacher trainers can use the sequence builder in their daily work

  1. Combine documents and sequences for students to study
  2. Create signature sequences for students to practice pre or post training
  3. Let students make their Exam sequence on Yogidia for easy overview/review

Sequence Presentation

All “sequences” has a product landing site, this is how it looks if your share a sequence online.
All sequences build or blog written will have their own Product Page (see below), this will be a nice overview image every so can start studying or practicing from. These products will also be available on Yogidia community part or be like a newsletter.

Check out an example