Asana Rebel

Asana Rebel

By Asana Rebel GmbH

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2015-12-17
  • Current Version: 5.12
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 183.78 MB
  • Developer: Asana Rebel GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.3 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 28,861 Ratings


Ease your way into a healthy lifestyle. Asana Rebel will empower you to get in shape, feel better, and stay inspired day after day. One app to help you reach all your health and fitness goals From losing weight to building strength, from high intensity workouts to moving meditations: each piece of Asana Rebel is meant to fit every goal into your lifestyle. Exercise anytime, anywhere Be your own gym: work out on your lunch breaks, in hotel rooms, late at night. Explore a world of yoga-inspired programs you can squeeze into the busiest schedules. Fitness in every format Make every second count with 5-minute workouts, stay up to date by reading articles, track your progress with daily challenges, get up to date with fun quizzes. Everything to keep you showing up. Keep you body sharp and your mind sharper Mindfulness is the ultimate skill to level up your training and boost your productivity. Bring clarity into your workouts with guided sessions and get in the zone with Music for Focus. Find a routine that works for you and build lifelong habits Train smarter, eat better, recover faster. Begin your journey with a single challenge and build from there. Get moving and stay inspired! Download Asana Rebel now. Apple Health integration: Report your calories burned, weight, and yoga workouts (optional) HOW TO USE THE APP & SUBSCRIPTIONS The download and use of Asana Rebel is free. Get all available workouts within the app as part of the monthly subscription. The subscription costs $37,99 for 3 months or $58,99 for 12 months. If you opt for the subscription, you pay the fixed price for your country which is displayed in the app. The subscription will be renewed automatically if it is not canceled within at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. Your iTunes account will be charged for each new term within 24 hours prior to the expiration of the current subscription. The current term of In-App subscriptions cannot be canceled. You can disable the automatic renewal via the iTunes account settings at anytime. FOR MORE INFORMATION: Terms of Use: Privacy Policy:



  • Love this app!

    By SLAMaries41
    I love this app! I love all the variety of workouts, long and short that are yoga focused. They also have HIIT workouts in there and you can take this everywhere! No excuses. You can even download the workouts and I’ve taken this onto a cruise boat with me!
  • Morning rituals

    By genstu
    Challenging myself with muscle training besides my yoga and kundalini morning rituals. Great core workout. Even I was challenged. Whoa! Thank you. Short and strong sequence. 🙏
  • False advertisement

    By Zombie ZS
    I almost never write reviews, but I feel compelled to for this app. I was hooked by the “customized workout” Asana Rebel advertised, and signed up for a one-year subscription off the spot because I was feeling motivated to get back into a work out routine. That’s on me for not reading the latest reviews. There is no customized workout. And honestly, very minimal value add to what you can find on the internet for free. From the latest reviews it seems like they used to be great. This app is no different than finding a workout channel on YouTube and picking out mini workouts to do on your own. The music and tracking (minimal) functions on it are better achieved with other apps anyways. Asana Rebel, if you are reading this, please make some changes. I will look into getting a refund if possible as well.
  • Not happy

    By MinyMia
    I have tried repeatedly to cancel because I found this app was not a good match for me. Because it wasn’t clear, I accidentally renewed (the last thing I wanted) and am now finding it impossible to cancel. 😢 Help!
  • Getting in shape

    By Staying in Shape
    Love this app! I am in my late 40’s and have been an athlete my entire life. I was looking for something that I could do in my home prior to work that was intense but didn’t involve a lot of impact. This was the answer! I have gotten stronger and been challenged. The new workouts are a huge plus in maintaining my interest as well. Definitely recommend this for those more experienced athletes.
  • Loving my accidental purchase!

    By DSCastillejos
    Bought accidentally. Love the workouts! Any way I can reflect the workout from my mobile device into my television.?
  • Stupid app

    By ttadfg
    Doesn’t work it get crazy while signing up it always says wrong password although you’re just starting and registering
  • Sad I renewed my subscription

    By BombDiggityLee
    Used to love this app. My favorite thing was being able to choose your desired workout series and for the next few weeks be guided towards achieving your goal and actually seeing improvements. I felt like the workout library also had a wide variety to choose from if I wanted to add a workout, for example to stretch my back. Now, when I try to do the short workouts ie 5 minutes. I always get taken to something much longer that with my new commute and having to walk the dogs in the morning, and get everything ready for everyone, I don’t always have time for and I’ve found stretching and moving is great for me. Can we please bring the old way back. There was nothing wrong with the app as it was. And what is with the music and quizzes now? There’s a book you should read called Start with Why. You’ve added too much and lost focus as far as I’m concerned.i really regret having subscribed for a year.
  • Worthless

    By AMOmule
    When I open the app, a breathy-voiced woman whispers Asana”. I’m given a choice of 3 workouts. But all II get when attempting to use a workout is some elevator type music. I can adjust it’s volume! That’s not much of a workout. Don’t get this.
  • Close...

    By Wanus123459
    This app is close to liftoff, but in its current form it isn’t likely to get off the ground. The workouts themselves are great. But as others here have pointed out, there are some key issues that really hinder its functionality, given the impression that the developers were more focused on reproducing a cliché fitness cultural aesthetic over actual quality design. For example: The app design/interface is poor. The workouts are grouped in collections, each with a sequence of videos to follow. However, if you’re trying to follow a specific collection, you have to go through several menus to get back to where you left off. There’s no indication within the collection of what your next workout in the sequence might be either — you just have to remember, or look back into your past activities. Why not let users subscribe to a collection and have the next workout in the sequence on the first menu page? If it’s a question menu space, I’m sure most of us wouldn’t miss pointless content like the “quiz of the day”, which evaluates, for example, whether you can correctly identify a garbanzo bean or if it’s possible to drink too much water, or the out of place “music for focus.” I have to echo the comments of others on the brevity of the workouts. Bookended by good warm-ups and cool-downs, which are nice, the meat of the workouts themselves are pretty short, especially considering that on average the workouts are about 15-20 minutes total, with only a few hitting around 30 minutes. Sometimes short is good, but if you want a longer workout your only option is to go back through the clunky interface and find something else, repeating another warm-up and cool-down in the process. Sometimes before the cool-down the app prompts you whether you’d like to continue to another set, which is fantastic but only pops-up sporadically. Why not allow users to create their own longer workout by allowing us to group together a handful of individual workouts into one long sequence, seamlessly transitioning from one workout to the next? Or, even better, perhaps give us the option of repeating the core section of the workout a few more times before starting the cool-down? Oddly, the app is replete with (over-emphasizes?) 5 minute workouts. Maybe these are great in a pinch to shake you out of a stupor, but no one is really going to get fit via 5 minute workouts, unless they do a half dozen in one go (which, again, would be a huge pain given the poor interface). A few of these 5min options would probably be enough. The instructions for the poses and sequences are great, yet the audio sounds like it was recorded in a tin can. It’ll make you cringe if you think back to how much you spent on your subscription. A number of people have spoken to the loss of the coach function. I can’t directly speak to that, having gotten the app after it had already been eliminated. But it would be amazing to have it back, and with it greater direction towards maximizing our workout goals instead of making users sift though all the choices and variables to figure it out for ourselves. Being no fitness expert, I find myself at a bit of a loss on how to best leverage all the content, and often succumbing to decision fatigue trying to figure out the next steps. People pay for fitness apps for help mapping out their road to fitness…if this assistance wasn’t necessary a lot more of us would already be fit. I don’t mean to be a total critic — there’s some great stuff and plenty of potential here…hence the detailed review in the hopes that someone over there is listening. Yoga inspired fitness is a great niche: it feels fantastic and offers a number of benefits that regular bodyweight/plyometrics don’t. But in it’s current form I’m likely to go elsewhere after my 3 month subscription is up. I’m not sure what this app gives you that you couldn’t get for free (and with a smoother user experience) through some perusing for suitable videos/channels on YouTube, perhaps paired with the fantastic Nike Training Club app or Freeletics, which costs about the same as Asana Rebel and offers a lot more direction.