What you see below are all of my recommendations for getting started with online video, whether you are teaching yoga classes or sharing tips videos. Start with what you have an upgrade once what you have isn’t working for you anymore. You can gain a lot of confidence on video by just using your phone. My first recommendation is to invest in better audio, specifically if you are teaching yoga classes. You will want something that is wireless. After that, upgrade when needed. Scroll even further down and you can see MY exact set-up and product links that have been working for all of my yoga videos in 2020. Updated 9/15/2021.

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I have a YOUTUBE PLAYLIST dedicated to microphone comparisons for yoga teaching.


Rode Wireless Go – Wireless Microphone for $200

πŸŽ™ Rode Wireless Go:

πŸŽ™ Rode Wireless Go II:Β

πŸ”Œ Rode SC7 cord:

πŸ”Œ AUX input to USB cable:

πŸ”Œ AUX input to USB-C cable (2018 Mac and newer):

πŸ”Œ Apple Lightning Headphone Adapter:


(ALTERNATE) Pixel Voical Air – $100

πŸŽ™ Pixel Voical Air:


Bluetooth Headphones

πŸ“² Airpods Pro:

πŸ“² Airpods:

…or any other brand of wireless earbuds with microphone

Microphone attachments (used WITH Rode Wireless Go)

🎀 Pyle Double Ear Headset:

🎀 Rode Lavalier Go: 


Best for voice-overs or podcasting

πŸŽ™ Blue Yeti:

Speaker to Amplify your Voice while using Wireless Microphone

🎢 Bose SoundLink Color II:


πŸ‘‰πŸΌ Start with just using your Phone or internal computer camera. Just make sure your lighting is really good.

πŸŽ₯ Logitech C920 Webcam:

πŸŽ₯Β Logitech BRIO Webcam:Β

Watch Logitech C920 vs BRIO comparison video.Β 

You can get extra fancy with a camera, but try to keep it simple to get started.


Fancy Cameras for 4k Video Recording

πŸ“· Canon EOS M50:Β 

πŸ“·Β Sony Alpha 6400:Β 



πŸ‘‰πŸΌ Wide angle lens attachment for phone:

πŸ‘‰πŸΌ Basic Tripod:

πŸ‘‰πŸΌ Selfie Stick Tripod for Phone:


πŸ‘‰πŸΌ Natural window light is the best, but when you don’t have that…

πŸ”† Neewer Ring Light:

Ring light is better for selfie-style videos and bright straight on light.

πŸ’‘ Softbox Light Kit:

A light kit is better for a stage, or full studio set-up.



You’ll want a place to store all of your video files.

πŸ‘‰πŸΌ 1 TB External Hard Drive:


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Here is MY exact set up for filming yoga classes and YouTube videos:


πŸ’» Macbook Pro 2015, and I use iMovie to edit

πŸŽ™ Rode Wireless Go:

πŸ”Œ Rode SC7 cord:
This cable does not come with the Rode Wireless Go and is required to use microphone with a phone

πŸ”Œ AUX input to USB cable:Β 
This is to attach the microphone to my computer

πŸ“· Logitech BRIO Webcam:Β

πŸ’‘ Softbox Light Kit:

πŸ‘‰πŸΌ 1 TB External Hard Drive:

🎢 Bose Speaker or Outdoor Yoga:
Attach Rode Wireless Go to speaker to amplify your voice


Below, you’ll see an example of a class I filmed and edited using all of the equipment above, with music pulled in fromΒ 


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