Resources for Health, Wellness and Giving Back

At Home Fitness & Nutrition

  • Grokker – Grokker is providing complimentary access to its on-demand video wellbeing solution to individuals, employers, and non-profits. During this time, users will have access to Grokker’s holistic wellbeing programs and videos – including fitness, mental health, nutrition, sleep and financial wellness. This includes access expert encouragement, GrokTalk and the support of the Grokker community. Free through April 30, 2020.
  • Peloton – Stream any Peloton class on your phone, tablet or TV. This includes yoga and meditation; cardio, cycling, or running workouts; and strength in bodyweight and strength training classes. Free for 90 days.
  • Core Power Yoga – Offering free Yoga and Yoga Sculpt classes you can stream at any time via their Yoga On Demand. Free.
  • Wellbeats – Access 500+ workouts from the convenience of your home. Available until April 30th.
  • PVolve – Choose from 200+ videos, with new ones added weekly. Filter by length, body focus and more. Extended 30-day free trial, no credit card needed.
  • The Class by Taryn Toomey – This therapeutic stress-relieving class involves jumping, body-weight exercises and breathing exercises (some chanting, too) set to music. It requires no equipment, but you do need an open mind. Free 14-day trial.
  • Nike Run Club – The Nike Run Club app offers lots of workouts from top running coaches for all levels. The app also tracks your distance and pace so you can ensure you’re getting your steps in while you’re cooped up inside. Free.
  • Daily Burn – If you miss the social aspect of workout classes, consider giving Daily Burn a try. Their engaged online community could help you stay motivated while you’re self-quarantined. In addition to thousands of recorded group workouts (from Pilates to postnatal classes), they also provide virtual one-on-one training sessions through the smartphone app. Free 30-day trial.

Mental Health

Ways To Give Back

  • Give & Take: How to Give Back When Staying Home – As we find ourselves increasingly staying at home, it can be harder to find ways to contribute, but many of us have more time on our hands than ever to do just that. Luckily, there are a number of ways to give back even if you’re limiting social contact, or even without leaving home.