Many gyms and other traditional recreational facilities are also closing at this time. However, keeping our minds and bodies fit is even more crucial. Here are some ideas and resources for alternatives.
Cassey Ho is an award-winning fitness instructor, entrepreneur and personality based in Los Angeles, CA. She is the creator of Blogilates, the #1 female fitness channel on YouTube with over 500 million video views and 4 million subscribers. As a certified group fitness instructor and Pilates mat and Reformer teacher (ACE, NESTA, Balanced Body), Cassey has been motivating people to move for nearly a decade.
This is when we all need yoga most, and we want to be there for you wherever you need us – in our studios or at home. We are giving each of you free access to a collection of online classes through CorePower Yoga On Demand. New classes will be available every week so you can keep up your practice – wherever you are.
There’s no shortage of mindfulness and meditation apps these days, promising to help you combat anxiety, sleep better, hone your focus, and more. In fact, the Wall Street Journal reports that more than 2,000 new meditation apps launched between 2015 and 2018. We scoured the app stores to find the most valuable and easy-to-use mindfulness apps that are available for free. Two on this list are completely free, while the rest include a free version with the option to upgrade to premium content and features.