Frequently Asked Questions

Can I practice a class without music?

Most of our newer classes will offer an option to practice without music.

On the website: Within “My Account”, you can select the option “Default to No Music when supported?” and wherever possible the website video player will default to the “No Music” track by default when playing a class.  Alternatively, to individually toggle between “Music” and “No Music”, once you launch a video, click on the “Settings” button on the bottom right corner of your screen, then click on the “Audio Tracks” button and select “No Music.”

In the iOS/Apple TV App: Click on the “Person” logo located at the bottom right corner of the app to access your account settings. From there, you can select the “Default to No Music” option and whenever possible, the “No Music” version of each class will be automatically played. Alternatively, once you launch a video, click on the “…” button on the bottom right corner of your screen, then click on the “Languages” button and select “No Music – English.” To watch classes on AirPlay or Chromecast that do not have music, simply select your preference using either of these options before hitting the cast button.

In the Android App: Click on the “Person” logo located at the bottom right corner of the app to access your account settings. From there, you can select the “Default to No Music” option and whenever possible, the “No Music” version of each class will be automatically played. Alternatively, once you launch a video, click on the video settings button on the upper right corner of your screen, then click on the “Audio” button and select “No Music – English.” To watch classes on Chromecast that do not have music, simply select your preference using either of these options before hitting the cast button.

Classes from programs, such as Level Up 108, are scored with original music and are not available without a soundtrack.

We also offer curated music playlists on Spotify that complement different class styles and lengths. You can preview the musical tracks on our Books & Music page.

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