Though yoga is an ancient art of breathing and stretching, that doesn't mean that it's adherents haven't embraced the wonders of modern technology. There is a wealth of yoga apps available for Android and iOS devices that provide everything from visual guides, practice builders, to directories of nearby yoga studios.

Check out 10 of our favorite yoga apps below!

#1. Yoga Studio (iOS) [$3.99]

Yoga Studio provides users with 65 ready made yoga and meditation classes ranging from 10 to 60 minutes, with a variety of difficulties and exercise focuses all presented with HD video. What's more, Yoga Studio also allows users to create their own video classes from the app's library of yoga poses and 'pose blocks' (poses commonly grouped together). Users can further customize music and ambient sounds, as well as schedule classes, which will automatically sync with your calendar.

#2. Daily Yoga (Android, iOS) [Free]

Daily Yoga provides users with a library of more than 50 yoga classes and 400-plus workout poses, complete with HD video and background music. Seven yoga plans are available for beginners with a variety of exercise focuses, as well as a variety of intensities and durations. For more advanced modules and poses though, you'll need to subscribe to the app.

#3. Pocket Yoga (Android, iOS) [$2.99]

You can now carry around your own Yoga studio with Pocket Yoga, an exercise app that lets you practice the ancient art of stretching and breathing at your own pace and time. Pocket Yoga comes with detailed voice and video instructions for hundreds of different poses, complete with writeups on each one’s proper execution and health benefits. Users can choose between three different practices, three difficulties and three durations. Then the app logs your exercises and progress for future reference.

#4. Studio (Android, iOS) [Free / $3.99] Studio provides Android and iOS yoga practitioners with a wealth of programs and poses designed for all skill levels. Preset programs and poses within the library come with HD video demonstrations, and users can add their own poses and variants, as well as their own custom programs. Additionally, the app comes with its own social community where you can share or search for custom programs, and scheduling features to track your workouts on a calendar.

#5. Pocket Yoga Practice Builder (iOS) [$6.99]

Practice Builder builds off the success of the Pocket Yoga app and is aimed at yoga practitioners and teachers who want the ability to design and save their own custom yoga practice routines. Users can choose from a library of more than 200 poses and variations that you can set in any order and duration, with the app recommending combinations based on established practices. Users can save their practices, share them with AirDrop or email, or even convert them into PDF documents to share with friends or students.

#6. 5 Minute Yoga (iOS) [$0.99]

"I don't have the time" is no longer an excuse with 5 Minute Yoga, an iOS yoga app that provides more than 350 short but effective yoga sessions all designed to be done in 5 minutes or less. Sessions are created from a library of illustrated poses with detailed instructions, along with a timer to ensure that poses are done for the proper amount of time. Additionally, users can also select music from their library to play for each session.

#7. Simply Yoga (Android, iOS) [$3.99]

Simply Yoga might not have the most polished presentation of the yoga apps in this list, but it comes with no frills and clutter either. Users simply choose a difficulty level and a duration of 20, 40 or 60 minutes, and let the app's audio and video instructions guide you through the various poses in each routine.

#8. Salute The Desk (iOS) [$3.99]

Sometimes you don't have the free time to go out to a yoga studio, but that doesn't mean you have to ignore your practice. The app Salute the Desk plays on the name of the popular 'Salute the Sun' sequence of asanas, and is designed with an illustrated routine of poses and meditations designed to relieve tension, improve posture and stretch your body, all while seated in the comfort of your office chair.

#9. Yogify (iOS) [Free]

It might surprise you to know that video game publishing giant Electronic Arts has its own iOS yoga app. Intended to appeal to beginners and experts alike, Yogify offers a series of free sample classes to get you started, complete with photo guides and tips. Further sessions categorized by difficulty and focus (strength, flexibility, etc) are available as in-app purchases.

#10. Om Finder (iOS) [Free]

lululemon's Om Finder app allows users to easily find yoga studios near you. Discover new studios, classes and teachers, look up schedules, connect with the local community, and check out reviews from other practitioners. Some reviewers note that the database isn't exactly comprehensive, and the reservation system does fumble, but it's a great resource to finding nearby studios that you might not know about.