Sequence Wiz App is one that’s becoming very popular with yoga teachers in studios, but is it worth using. And what alternatives do you have?
The Yocean Yogi team decided to create an unbiased review of Sequence Wiz and we have no commercial business relationship here.
We’re simply sharing our own opinion here. Let’s begin!
Sequence Wiz Review
These guys live by the motto that every yoga practice must have purpose, order and meaning. And certainly we’d agree with that! We’ve actually trialed quite a few of the sequencing apps in recent months.
By creating yoga sequence either yourself or with a 3rd party builder, you’re able to generate a yoga practice that your students will love. Essentially, they’ll be back week after week and you’ll keep your schedule quite busy.
Sequence Wiz is one of the best ways to accomplish exactly this from our experience. It allows you to use their own database of poses so you can drag and drop into your own schedule.
In addition, there is a video series from Olga Kabel the owner as well as professional-looking handouts where you can overlay your own yoga studio logo. This is something notably missing with some other apps we recently tried.
You’ll find more content being added each month including spotlights on yoga poses. Essentially, this is more than just a yoga sequencing app.
What we like
Sequence Wiz has been around for about 7 years now and was one of the first kids on the block. Over that time they’ve been able to refine the app and make it more user friendly.
Their platform also has expanded with helpful articles and more content being added every single week. You’ll find insightful videos and templates for yoga teachers looking to design a yoga practice.
Olga has built this as a down-to-earth approach without the Instagram feel. It just simply works as an app that does what you would expect.
What could improve
The Sequence Wiz app itself is quite affordable though it isn’t the cheapest out there. We admittedly found more value with other apps which are able to be used by studios, students and teachers alike.
Also, there aren’t as many asanas as we were expecting here. Sure – you’ll find every pose that you’re used to but few that you’re able to bring in fresh to a class. To keep students engaged, you really should have access to evolving poses.
There also could be a longer trial period but that’s really a 1st world problem. What is here is still very good value and our criticism is quite mild.
This wouldn’t be our first choice for a yoga sequencing app but it isn’t bad. It’s just not as evolved as other options in the market. For example, we reviewed Tummee which offers more.
However, Olga makes up for that with her intuitive content and virtual yoga studio.
She’s been producing content since 2013 which is remarkable. For someone who knows how to teach yoga effectively, it’s hard to find a better mentor out there! As for her yoga sequence builder, we do look forward to seeing this made available for yoga studios and students as opposed towards just teachers.