As the world goes into home lockdown, and as coronavirus closes gyms and fitness, meditation and yoga studios, the wellness world has responded fast, with a proliferating array of new (and often free) virtual classes. The examples are countless, and new announcements are made daily.

For instance, At Home with Six Senses just launched, helping people that can’t hit a wellness resort to stay well—with everything from at-home workouts to live meditation sessions to nighttime breathing rituals to healthy recipes. The YMCA is serving up free barre, boot camp, yoga classes and more. Peloton’s app, offering yoga, meditation and strength training sessions, is now free for 3 months. You can even take Yale’s uber-popular class on happiness online for free.

There are so many great guides to all the online wellness and fitness platforms now streaming everything from Pilates to cardio dance. Check out Elemental’s roundup of the “Best Workout Apps to Keep You Fit During the Coronavirus Lockdown.”  

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