NEW YORK — Five yoga videos from five yoga studios are up for grabs this year on the PlayStation Vue channel.
The videos feature three different studios, and are all based in New York City.
One is a private studio run by Yoga Instructor Dave Pogue.
Another is a yoga studio that’s based in Los Angeles, with the founder, Vashti Kapoor, a former member of the cast of “The Apprentice.”
And there’s another studio in Manhattan, where yoga instructor and producer Anupriya Patel is teaching yoga classes.
Patel has been practicing yoga for 10 years.
Yoga instructor Vashte Kapoor performs yoga classes at the Brooklyn College studios.
She is also a former “The Voice” contestant.
These five studios are all available to watch on PlayStation Vues.
It’s a rare opportunity to get to see the practice that Patel and Pogue have done.
Pogue and Kapoor are both celebrities in their own right.
Pique is an executive producer of “Carpool Karaoke” and the upcoming “Sons of Anarchy.”
Kapoor is the creator of the “S.N.A.” series and also produces shows on YouTube.
Priti Patel, Vashi Kapoor and Anuprima Patel pose for a photo at the studios where they are teaching yoga.
Preeti Patel poses for a selfie at a studio in Los Angeles.
“You could say I am part of the future of yoga,” Pritu Patel said.
A yoga instructor poses for photos at the studio where they teach yoga.
Kapoor, who is married to Vasht, teaches at a private yoga studio.
Ruth Davidson, one of the producers of “Skins,” poses for the first time at the Yoga studio.
The show is about a woman who is in the process of changing her life, and is looking to do yoga as a means of doing so.
Davidson said she loves that the videos will be accessible to everyone, and that people of all ages can join in.
“There are a lot of people in our community who have never been exposed to yoga before and who have not gotten to see it at all,” Davidson said.
“It’s not about the big-name yoga teachers who have been doing it for years.
There’s so many great people doing yoga right now, and it’s about bringing it back to our community, bringing it into our culture.”