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Recreation & Wellness

Engage in self-care through an at-home workout, relaxation activities, and more!


Nike is currently offering its Nike Training Club app, which normally requires a paid subscription, for free.  Users can access on-demand workouts, training programs, and expert tips from Nike trainers.

Planet Fitness is offering a free, live-streamed fitness class on their Facebook page each day at 7 p.m. EST.

CorePower Yoga lets you sample their on-demand classes for free.

Orange Theory is sharing free 30-minute workouts daily.

Peloton is extending their 30 day free trial to 90 days. You’ll access to the full library of classes from the comfort of home. Take a mix of yoga, meditation, strength, cycling, running and more.

The YMCA has 60 free online classes, such as boot camp, barre, yoga, weightlifting, boxing, Tai Chi, and more.

Meditation and Mindfulness

The UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center offers a number of guided meditations and breathing exercises.  You can also download the “UCLA Mindful” app and access the meditations there.

Headspace is also offering some free resources and meditations to users during the pandemic.

Oprah + Deepak Chopra are offering 21 Days of Meditation for finding hope in uncertain.

Find What Feels Good by Adrienne Mishler has free yoga videos and suggested daily practices.

Here’s a collection of podcasts and poetry for however you’re feeling during these uncertain times.

Just Dance!

Have a virtual dance party with a former Lady Gaga back up dancer, Mark Kanemura, daily at 2 p.m. PST / 5 p.m. EST.

The Rockettes are offering free dance classes on Instagram, with a live class posting every Thursday at 12 p.m. EST.