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Kino MacGregor: World’s First Yoga Channel

When Kino MacGregor asked me to take a look at her new project, I of course said, “Yes!” I have always admired Kino’s work ethic. When it comes to innovative ways to spread Yoga around the world, she always seems to think a few steps ahead. When I saw the new project, I immediately thought, “Kino is starting her own yoga channel. Brilliant.”

When it launches, the OmStars channel will be the first of its kind. OmStars, an online Yoga channel started by Kino and Yoga teacher, Kerri Verna, will provide a comprehensive online platform that will allow practitioners to effortlessly integrate authentic Yoga experience into modern life.

The channel will provide:

Practice – Yoga, Meditation and Movement Courses

Insights – Study Knowledge and Wisdom Courses

Wellness – Vegan Cooking and Balanced Living Courses

Culture & Lifestyle – Travel, Fun, and Play

If you don’t know Kino, she is an international yoga teacher, author of three books, producer of six Ashtanga Yoga DVDs, writer, vlogger, world traveler, and co-founder of Miami Life Center.  She has over  960,000 followers on instagram  and over 90 million views on YouTube. With more than 15 years of experience in Ashtanga Yoga, she is one of a select group of people to receive the Certification to teach Ashtanga Yoga by its founder Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in Mysore, India.

I caught up with Kino and asked her a few questions about her new project.

Go to OmStars right now to learn more about this amazing new project by Kino and Kerri!!! You don’t want to miss this!

Learn more about Kino

Learn more about Kerri

Shanna Small has been practicing Ashtanga Yoga and studying the Yoga Sutras since 2001. She has studied in Mysore with Sharath Jois and is the Director of AYS Charlotte, a school for traditional Ashtanga in Charlotte NC. She has written for Yoga International and the Ashtanga Dispatch. Go here for more information on AYS Charlotte. For information on workshops, please e-mail


  • Jen

    How is it the first? I think it’s great that there are options out there, but this is one of several options. There are already several. OneOEight includes all the things listed above, and CodyApp is fairly versatile as well, with asana, nutrition, meditation, etc. Then there’s DoYouYoga, etc.

    • Kino MacGregor

      Hey Jen. While all the other platforms are awesome they mostly focus on classes. We are calling ourselves a TV channel because we seek to be the first to include reality style TV content. Kerri and I have filmed for many of the existing platforms and even pitched the idea of TV style content to many only to get turned down. Our category of content called “Culture” will eventually include reality series based in the yoga lifestyle and this is what makes our content “TV” and distinguishes it from the other platforms. If it weren’t for the TV reality component we would just have focused on the other distinguishing features of the platform (like the practice tracker and reward points), rather than on the first TV channel idea. Thanks for asking and sorry we weren’t clear enough.

  • Monica

    This is exciting! I’m looking forward to its start. What a great idea you came up with! Congratulations and thank you for working in this:)

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