Exciting News: A New Day, A New Name

Since 2011, we’ve been pursuing our vision of empowering the evolution of consciousness through content that inspires, educates, and transforms our members’ lives.

We’ve filmed thousands of yoga videos, lectures and interviews with luminaries. We’ve produced exclusive original content to explore the human spirit and examine the world around us. We’ve asked our members to pursue their highest potential.

And now, just as we encourage evolution in others, we feel ready to take our own next step. Nothing dramatic. Same mission. Same team. Just…evolved.

We are proud to announce Gaiam TV is changing its name to Gaia.

We’ve always taken inspiration from Gaia, the earth goddess, honoring the connection among all living beings on Earth. This idea lives at the heart of our mission. And we believe the name Gaia is a clear expression of what we’ve become, with the help of our member community.

We’ll be making this change in the coming weeks. Here’s what else you can expect:

  • Bright new look and feel of our site and app experiences
  • Updated features that connect our community in revolutionary ways
  • A freshly crafted Gaia App accessible on the brand new Apple TV, plus iPad and iPhone
  • Ongoing creation and curation of the world’s best conscious media

Nothing changes with your membership, You will still have unlimited access to world class yoga and meditation practices, films, documentaries, and cutting-edge, exclusive and original programming that expands your horizons, with new content every single week.

However, this won’t be the end of our evolution. In fact, it’s just the beginning.

We have plans for many new touches, streaming and navigation improvements, content pieces, ideas, and community features, all of which we're very excited about. And of course, our plans include you, our members. We want to hear how you’d like to see us evolve. Please get in touch if you have any thoughts or questions.

We are happy to be on this path with you.

Still have questions about our evolution to Gaia? Visit our FAQ page

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alewis, posted on June 10, 2016

It's really frustrating that all of the devices in which I used to stream Gaia (GaiamTV and My Yoga Online) have been removed from your support. First the PS3, Android tablets and phones, Samsung Smart TVs, and the Kindle Fire & Fire TV. I was upset, but I was still able to view the videos via my Samsung Smart TV web browser up until a few weeks ago, which was just last month (late May 2016) while I was in the middle of a Guide. Now I'm reduced to either watching on a small iPad screen or a computer's web browser or spending money to buy new devices when my devices are not even 6 months old. How is it that you add support for new brands (predominantly Apple, as Roku was already supported) and take away support from many existing brands that people used and pretty much brought in enough revenue to make this company what it is today? That is poor marketing! It's as if your developers and decision makers are partial to Apple and Roku and would prefer customers that use these products, when these customers were not the ones purchasing your services to help you grow. Yes, I see that Gaia has brought back support for some (older) android devices; I have a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and it is not supported (my daughter has a Samsung Galaxy 7 Edge and it too is not supported either). It's like your company doesn't even care about the customers that were with you from the start, before you took over My Yoga Online, which I wish had not merged with Gaiam. Maybe the corporate takeover wouldn't have been so drastic to the existing, loyal customers, but we fell for the "bait and switch". I hope Apple and Roku are worth the loss.

KristenL@Gaia, posted on June 13, 2016


Thank you for taking the time to comment. We apologize for any inconvenience! As we launched Gaia, we wanted to make sure we were focusing on bringing you the best experience possible. That meant simplifying our device line-up in the short-term while we build even better experiences across the screens you use. We launched a new Android app this past February, and Gaia is also available on Chromecast to stream to your TV. For more details and instructions, please head to our devices page here: www.gaia.com/devices. We hope to be able to support more devices in the future, and we sincerely appreciate your membership and your feedback!


brazenbell, posted on January 20, 2016

I honestly wanted to give this a shot, even got a month subscription since I noticed you had an app on the Xbox 360. Since I do not own an Apple product is there any chance you will be opening up the app on the console again?

Thank you


SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on January 20, 2016

Thanks for writing! Our app for Xbox has been discontinued. You can find our currently supported devices listed here:



ethanwise, posted on December 30, 2015

It has been weeks since the name change and you guys have still not informed your customers that you were going to stop supporting the services they use to consume your content. That is flat out poor customer service! The Android app just stopped working and was deleted from the Google Play store without warning and same with the PlayStation app. Currently the only way I am able to view content is via my laptop and that sucks! All the reasons I had for subscribing have been eliminated. This makes no sense!

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on December 30, 2015

Thank you for commenting; we did send out multiple email notifications about our supported device changes. We hope you will be able to stay with us through our website, or via one of our other apps. We will be re-launching our Android app in March 2016. Follow our page here for more updates:


dorothyjlee, posted on December 26, 2015

I find the layout of the various programs/series very confusing. When I click on Seeking Truth it is not clear what series are available, and how to find them listed in sequence.

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on December 30, 2015

You can always find all of our Seeking Truth series listed in order of air date here:


jkuhn9, posted on December 19, 2015

Whatever you are doing by disabling all support for the major streaming devices intentionally or unintentionally puts your customers last. Huge failure on your side in my opinion. You're forcing everyone to sit close to their radiation emitting pcs to view anything now. Streaming to our tvs allows us to share and experience these episodes with our friends and family in our homes. Instead now we sit in isolation alone in front of our computer monitors. Best of luck creating a connected community with that strategy. I'm out.

tdmckay, posted on November 29, 2015

I've been a subscriber for several years and am very disappointed that you no longer support Samsung. I have a Samsung Galaxy phone, tablet, netbook and Smart tv. I can't play on any of them now. The only device I can play is an old Sony VAIO Laptop that is too heavy to travel with. I was enjoying your videos on my Samsung smart tv only now to be downgraded to my little old computer ? This is unacceptable especially in this high tech 21st Century.
on your website you list Android devices as an option but then support said you don't technically support them. Why do you list them as an option then? I've wasted a lot of time trying to get them to work. I'm in a hotel and wanted to use my subscription on my tablet as I have for a long time and I can't . I read a comment below that you intend to have an Android app in March 2016. So in the meantime I only use my old small screen Sony Vaio at home on a table? No yoga while traveling ? I'm wasting my money now.
Now I either purchase more equipment and hassle with the plugins or switch to Apple. I'm not going to do that .

judithscanlon, posted on November 22, 2015

the old look and feel of gaiamtv was lovely, and its replacement feels like a stark and unreadable disappointment on my roku channel. I actually wince in pain when the channel loads now. RIP purple background.

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on November 23, 2015

Judith, thank you for your feedback on our app for Roku. I'll pass it to our designers!


Tony Z, posted on November 20, 2015

Would it be possible to put a menu selection for recently deleted shows or movies? Nothing worse than sifting through all the shows for extended period of time only to find out the movie was deleted.

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on November 20, 2015

@TONYZ, thank you for the recommendation! Occasionally we do have some titles that are only available for a limited time. We'll do our best to make this clearer in the future.


Lmf22, posted on November 20, 2015

Are there any plans to have the content on the Spiritual Cinema Circle available streamed? I would love to see many of their shows however I don't even own a dvd any longer. Everything I watch is streamed. Maybe charge a little more and make it a different subscription type?

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on November 20, 2015

Hello, thanks for writing! That's a great question. Our DVD subscription service, Spiritual Cinema Circle, licenses many films that don't yet have the streaming rights available. Please feel free to email if you have further questions: info@gaia.com


jonandtracy, posted on November 20, 2015

I love your new name and look forward to your updates. I'm hoping that the programs we save to watch become categorized. Everything I have saved is one big long list and I can't find things. If my list had subheadings that match your topics like yoga, health and longevity, seeking truth etc. it would be much easier to find. I rely on the recently watched that comes up when I sign in to find my yoga video each day. I do love this site and appreciate the price so much though!! Thank you for the improvements! :)

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on November 20, 2015

We appreciate the good wishes! Thanks also for sharing your thoughts about the site navigation--we are working to improve this process.


scootertwo1, posted on November 20, 2015

I am a big fan of your site. I am not into yoga but I watch most everything else you offer. I would like to see more of James Vanprauge's shows. My favorite shows are the two David Wilkes presents. Would love to see and hear more whistle blowers tell their stories as Cory Goode. Thank you and best wishes on your new format.

ornchgrrl79, posted on November 19, 2015

Oh YEAH! I Just scrolled through some comments and learned that Gaia will indeed work on a Roku app! HappyFace HappyFace HappyFace. I do just love Gaiam sorry GAIA oh so much. I am always telling people about this app, and I am a hairstylist so I talk to A LOT of people :-D I love you Gaia

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on November 20, 2015

We appreciate your support! :)


ornchgrrl79, posted on November 19, 2015

Hello! I'm confused, will I still be able to stream on my Roku?

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on November 20, 2015

Yes, our app is still available on the Roku! Look for it under the name Gaia.

See our page here for all of our supported devices and apps: http://www.gaia.com/devices


shantaufellows, posted on November 19, 2015

I understand that with any kind of changes and transition, there will be growing pains but I really feel management did not think some their decisions to restrict viewing to a few devices through. While I streamed content via my PC, I relied heavily on my XBOX 360 for streaming your content , in fact I preferred to watch Gaiam's programming on my TV instead of my PC. I'm extremely disappointed that the management at Gaiam decided to limit the viewing experience to a few devices, this decision seems to be moving backwards instead of forwards in my opinion. Being available across more devices means more exposure and a chance to gain more subscribers. I loved using my XBOX 360 for the fitness content because trying to practice yoga and follow it on your small PC is not preferable. I really hope you listen to your subscribers and bring some the devices many of them I have and used to stream your service back. Also, when did the annual subscription become available and is that something current subscribers can begin?

LouMann, posted on November 19, 2015

Gosh, I wish it were easier to find the recent interviews done by Regina Meredith and Lisa Garr.
Hope the new set up will make is easier to find stuff in chronological order.

BQK333, posted on November 19, 2015

Is there any way possible to have a "Settings" button to customize the look of the site on a Roku device?... One of the best features of the site for me and my wife has always been the purple background and logo screensaver between viewing videos... I want the purple and other logo back...

BQK333, posted on November 19, 2015

Is there any way possible to have a "Settings" button to customize the look of the site on a Roku device?... One of the best features of the site for me and my wife has always been the purple background and logo screensaver between viewing videos... I want the purple and other logo back...

SAMANTHAP, posted on November 19, 2015

why the change in name? i always thought gaiam was a nice mix between the physical "earth" and spiritual "I AM" which i found was very fitting/representative of who you are.

konstknuten, posted on November 19, 2015

hello hello
Just want to know: So I could not watch my favorites on friday..... at all??? To bad. AND: Is it something I have to do be able to practice as usual? Let me know. IT IS LITERARY SAVING MY LIFE, after losing many loved ones. thanx for everything! with love!

Therese <3

shiningstar1, posted on November 19, 2015

GaiamTV is an incredibly rich source of information and viewpoints that has saved my life by helping me transform myself and enabling me to progress through these very challenging worldwide transformational times. I'm amazed that so many of your customers are expressing disappointment and unsubscribing because of availability inconveniences (I wonder: is this part some sort of conspiracy to discredit you?). My choice between Evolution and demanding a better app is clear and I'm looking forward to GaiaTV.

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on November 19, 2015

Thank you, @SHININGSTAR1, we're excited about our evolution to Gaia, as well. Feel free to email with any questions: info@gaia.com


akvelasco, posted on November 19, 2015

I just downloaded the app for Amazon Fire TV yesterday, and now I am discovering this new system will not work on that platform. I value the programming Gaiam TV offers, but I can't justify the difficulty of having to play it on my tablet, mirror to my TV, have the playback fail mid pose, etc... It's no longer worth the expense for the hassle. It would have been much better to wait to launch the new site until it works on the majority of platforms. Maybe I'll consider rejoining once the kinks are ironed out, but it's probably not going to be high on my list of priorities. Disappointed.

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on November 19, 2015

Hello, and thank you for taking the time to write. We're sorry for the disappointment with the changes to our available platforms. Our team is working on perfecting our current apps, and we hope to expand our access again in the future.

Follow our page here for updates on how to access Gaia content:

We hope you will consider subscribing again!


donna.trusevych, posted on November 19, 2015

I don't know about your new launch......you seem to be regressing! I can no longer stream you through my Samsung TV. I can't use my Samsung Tablet. You're charging me $10./month and I see you are offering new subscriptions @ $7.95/ month. So much for being a faithfull subscriber. I will have to cancel my subscription if you can't do any better!

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on November 19, 2015

Hello Donna, thank you very much for writing. We're not sure at this point when we might be able to relaunch our app on the Samsung platform, but we will certainly notify our subscribers if and when we do!


lauraphoto07, posted on November 19, 2015

Keep up the great work! One thing I am hoping for is the option to save where you are at with ongoing programs... Especially Wisdom Teachings and Cosmic Disclosure, which need to be watched in order. It's kind of a challenge to find the episode I need to start from or have to open the recently watched episode, scroll to the end and try to get the next one to load... Any hope for improvement in this area on the new site? I still have to figure out where I left off with WT. (eek!)

Also... I'm always telling my friends about the site too! Will the links I sent out before, still direct people to the right place?

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on November 19, 2015

Hi Laura, we appreciate your kind words! We're looking at making it easier to follow the episodes in our ongoing series.

I've emailed you about your questions on referring people to the site. Let me know if you have any other questions on that!


spinbud, posted on November 19, 2015

enough said...love you guys anyway x

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on November 19, 2015

Hi @SPINBUD, thanks for writing. Don't forget about our web browser streaming experience, as well as our app for Roku! We appreciate your support. :)

Follow our page here for more updates:


markcoruk, posted on November 19, 2015

Are you not bringing back FireTV at all ? As it does run on Android, and I use it for your app. Does it not seem rash it no longer being on there anymore. I feel you will lose a lot of subscribers. FireTV and sticks are one of the most popular streaming devices. And sell really well. If so it's a poor decision.

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on November 19, 2015

Hello Mark, thank you very much for writing. We're not sure at this point when we might be able to relaunch our app on the Amazon Fire platform, but we will certainly notify our subscribers when we do!


Jeanette8053, posted on November 19, 2015

You keep going on about "relaunching" the android version in 2016, however I am assuming that is tentative and do you really think all this cancelling Android users are gonna wake up on March 1st and think "lets reactivate our accounts". No, because most people cannot be bothered. Most people will look to YogaDownload, Udaya, YogaWorks, CodyApp etc ...there are so many more accommodating sites than yours. I emailed you exactly this time last year complaining how bad your website playback is. Then you create an app which helps a YEAR later, so late compared to other websites. So i buy an android tablet. Then you do this. You really have some stupid people in management I have to say. No discount even offered to Android users? A disgrace.

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on November 19, 2015

We're sorry for the frustration; note that we will be re-launching our Android app in March 2016.


Jeanette8053, posted on November 18, 2015

that is pretty crappy that you doing that with Andoid. I'll be cancelling too. Does that mean i can also not use purple player? Seriously bad decisions here guys.

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on November 19, 2015

Hi Jeanette, the videos in your Purple Player library will be available as long as your subscription is active. Please feel free to email me if you have other questions: info@gaia.com.


delia_murphy, posted on November 18, 2015

It is rather unfortunate that the Xbox 360 is no longer servicable. Is there a specific reason for dropping so many apps? I watch videos on my laptop or my iPod, but I use the Xbox to stream fitness programs. Is there a possibility that the app will come back? Judging from the comments this shift is not being received well by those who paid for the service. Is there still time to reverse the decision to drop so many apps?

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on November 19, 2015

Hi Delia, we're not sure at this time whether we will be able to relaunch our app for Xbox 360, but we will notify you if we do!

I'm glad to hear that you've been able to stream through your laptop browser and our app for iOS. Please let me know if you have further questions.


healingmagick, posted on November 17, 2015

I primarily watch Wisdom Teachings and Cosmic Disclosure on my Panasonic TV app. This app was not an option when I first subscribed to Gaiam, and I was thrilled when it was added to your lineup. The Panasonic app is not perfect, but at least I can sit on my comfy sofa and share the experience with a friend. Now I see that this app, along with about seven others, will be permanently discontinued. Although I do have a PC, I do not consider sitting in front of a computer screen an enjoyable viewing experience so please don't bother suggesting that. It's fine for YouTube, but not longer videos. My other option for individual viewing and portability is my Android tablet.

Just yesterday, November 16, I received an email telling me about this change. It says it is a reminder, but it's the first I heard that the Panasonic app will be shut down today and the Android app down until some time in March. And no, I am NOT in the market for any Apple devices.

At the very least, I will suspend my subscription until the Android app is up and running again. (Sorry, David Wilcock and Corey Goode!) In the meantime, I hope the "powers that be" at Gaiam TV will reconsider what is referred to in the email as "simplifying" your device lineup. I disagree that we will still have "unlimited access" to any programming.

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on November 17, 2015

@HEALINGMAGICK, thank you for writing.

We appreciate hearing about your experience with our app for the Panasonic platform. While this is no longer available, our goal is to continue to expand the availability of our content across multiple platforms. We hope you will stay with us as we grow!

Follow this page for updates:

Please don't hesitate to email us at info@gaia.com if you have any other questions.


healingmagick, posted on December 13, 2015

Now I'm really confused. Gaia is only supporting Apple and Roku devices, but I am being offered an add-on subscription to Gaia on my Amazon Prime account. What's going on?

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