There are so many amazing resources available online right now for people while stuck at home. I decided to put all of my favorites together here - my list of health & mindset resources during quarantine - because we might as well make the most of this quarantine. We can all do this - one day at a time.
I keep on seeing more and more websites, bloggers, businesses, etc. offering amazing resources to people during this time of crisis. I want to offer a spot where there are all listed in one place. Here you go - I will be adding more and more as I see them. If you have some resources that you would love to see added to this list, please reach out and let me know - email me at email@example.com.
Peloton is offering 90 days free on their app for at home workouts. No purchase of a bike necessary!
Down Dog is offering all of their apps - Down Dog, Yoga for Beginners, HIIT, Barre, and 7 Minute Workout - completely free until April 1st.
The Daily Burn has a 30-day free trial period. This program is designed to make you feel like you’re in a class while your home alone: Social distancing, made more social and more healthy.
SoulCycle is offering free workouts off the bike on their individual Instagram accounts, including dance and body weight movement classes.
Chris Hemsworth is offering a free six-week trial on his new Centr fitness and meal plan app.
Headspace is offering free support during this crisis. They are offering their resource called "Weathering the Storm" free. It includes meditations, sleep, and movement exercises to help you out, however you’re feeling.
Insight Timer is a free app for sleep, anxiety and stress.
Chris Flickinger Mindset and Development offers help for leaders during this time of crisis.
Pecosh Counseling and Consulting is offering tele counseling appointments.
Teaching Catholic Kids offers some great resources for families supporting domestic church life.
The Kennedy Adventures offers some fun resources around religion, faith and how to handle this time at home as a family.
Verizon Pay it Forward is offering a variety of free concerts online.
Fender is offering online guitar lessons.
Many celebrities are offering book readings online to raise money.
Delish is hosting free digital cooking classes for kids.
The New York Times put together a list of comforting shows during stressful times.
If you have any recommendations for amazing resources during this time, please reach out and let me know!
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