Namaste at Home: Yoga, Fitness and More
Local instructors, studios and classes offering online workouts.
Lots of things are happening as the second week of sheltering in place is wrapping up. Many of us are playing fast and loose with drink and meal times, our patience with everything is wearing thin, and our pants are getting tight. Earlier we shared some of our favorite apps for staying in shape while staying inside, but also recognize that these can’t replace the human touch. Fortunately, plenty of instructors and studios throughout Marin are taking their skills online. Here are some who are streaming and uploading workouts to satiate those of us who crave fitness.
Are you a local instructor also offering classes and aren’t mentioned? Let us know!
This fitness center launched a Youtube channel to keep its community connected and fit.
This club is primarily offering classes through Facebook and Instagram for its members.
Shaun Naughton is using this Zoom link for all of his classes. Donations are recommended.
The studio is offering a combination of streaming classes and a library of classes. Join Twitch for live classes.
NOW Power Yoga streaming is available at 8 a.m. daily, Monday through Friday via Zoom Meetings (Meeting ID 956-076-8227). Get 14 days for $14.
For the cycle crew, there are plenty of PeloOnline classes to choose from with more being added.
Pilates ProWorks instructors from the Larkspur and Mill Valley studios are offering free classes on Vimeo. Follow @ppwmarin on Instagram for more information.
Pure Barre instructors from the Mill Valley and San Rafael studio are offering live classes all week.
Red Dragon Yoga instructors go live throughout the week on Facebook and Instagram.
Go to the RoCo Dance website and sign up for class to receive your Vimeo livestream link.
Join them on Zoom for a daily Workout of the Day.
Offers live yoga flow videos on Facebook and Instagram daily.
Instructor Grace Yu has been teaching her Stop Drop And Dance class on Zoom — check out her schedule for times.
Sukha Yoga is offering $12 drop-in virtual classes for Hatha, Vinyasa, Gentle and Kundalini Yoga.
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Live stream hatha class with Erika 5:00 -6:00 pm, Monday March 16th. Link in bio to sign up. #Repost @erika.belanger ・・・ I know things are stressful and scary right now. . Most studios have closed and cancelled classes, but I also know you need to practice more then ever. I do too. . Join me on zoom today at 5pm for class. Get grounded, get calm, get into your body. . Sign up at sukhayoga.com . Hope to see you there.
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