12 Places to Find Fat- and Body-Positive Workouts You Can Do at Home

Cost: $ 20/month

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Dianne Bondy is a seasoned yoga practitioner and author of Yoga for Everyone. She’s also a good friend of mine and a fellow Canadian! Her inclusive approach to yoga empowers people to practice regardless of their shape, size, ethnicity, or level of ability. She shares a ton of free content on her YouTube channel, or you can buy unlimited access to all of her content at You will definitely want to check her out.

Cost: $ 15/month or $ 147/year after 30-day free trial

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Jessie Diaz-Herrera is the founder of Curves With Moves and The Body Positive Dance Class. She produces step-by-step instruction to make dance accessible and fun. She offers both live dance and prerecorded classes, and they can be found for free on YouTube and Instagram, as well as on Patreon for $ 5 per class. I am looking forward to trying her next class!

Cost: $ 5 per class

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Bevin Branlandingham says that she started the Fat Kid Dance Party after years of childhood bullying that kept her off the dance floor. But when she discovered body liberation activism, “the idea that all bodies are worthy changed her life.” She’s bringing that energy and those values to every video she offers.

Cost: You can buy four videos to stream anytime for $ 42, and for $ 25 per month you can get access to four classes every month: a 10-minute class, a 20-minute class, a 45-minute class, and a 50-to-60-minute class

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The Fitness Marshall was founded by Caleb Marshall, whose YouTube channel has about 2.5 million subscribers. I love his workouts because they are fun but also keep you on your toes. I love his commitment to inclusivity—he features plus-size dancers and offers options for different fitness levels with his routines. Definitely check them out, they are super fun!

Cost: The Fitness Marshall has three tiers of membership on YouTube starting at $ 5; you can also find free weekly workouts in his YouTube channel

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Joyn is a fitness app that offers fat-positive, joyful movement for everybody. They offer workouts that can be done lying down, seated, or standing and range from 10 to 20 minutes long. I have many clients who really enjoy this app. If you are looking for variety and accessibility, Joyn is a great option.

Cost: $ 10/month

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I am proud to include my own fitness app along with these other amazing professionals. My app was designed to be weight neutral, body positive, and inclusive. I offer both seated and standing options and a range of workouts with various types of equipment for all bodies. These workouts are designed to make you sweat! The app membership also includes other perks, such as live coaching and workouts on Zoom. Check it out.

Cost: App access and membership to live workouts and coaching calls is $ 10 per month or $ 109 per year after a seven-day trial

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8. More to Love Yoga

Rachel Estapa is the founder of More to Love. I’ve been a fan of her and her passion for empowering people to love and appreciate their bodies for several years. As she says on her website, after yo-yo dieting as a teenager and into adulthood, Rachel took stock of her life and realized she wasn’t happy. Part of her journey to body acceptance was taking up yoga.

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