Lansing Fitness Classes You Can Do at Home Now

0

We don’t know about you, but our mental load is feeling a little bit heavy right now. Our major stress relief– the gym– has been limited until further notice, but there is a solution. These five Lansing businesses are working hard to keep you moving right now with fitness classes you can do at home. They might even help quiet your mind too!

MI Hot Yoga

Yoga fitness classes you can do at home

Need to find a calm for both your mind and your body? At MI Hot Yoga Studios, they are doing all they can to bring you online yoga/meditation/fitness classes you can do at home, to help you get your body and mind some TLC as we adapt to the current climate. Their goal is to provide an opportunity for people to move physically, of course, but also to take a mental health break from all the news, social media, and other stressors. Stay tuned to their social media pages for full information about online and outdoor classes. They are reminding us to “Stay in the light– move, breathe, and be well.” Cost: If you currently have a membership, you can receive free access. Drop-in classes are just $5.

Barre Code East Lansing

Barre Fitness Classes You can do at home

Stay physically strong and mentally calm with The Barre Code’s at-home workout and meditation challenge! Access more than 80 workouts through The Barre Code’s online portal, which can be streamed on any device through YouTube. Follow along day by day for guided workouts, motivational musings, workout tips, and meditations. All fitness classes you can do at home! Cost: Varies depending upon package. You can sign up for your one-month pass to The Barre Code On-Demand here.

M43 Fitness

M43 Fitness is working hard to keep you feeling mentally and physically strong during this time. They are currently sharing challenges on their social media, along with a Whole Life Challenge. This new challenge is a six-week program where you will spend time improving your health, happiness, and relationships. The challenge is based on seven different categories; you can check out their website for full details. Cost: Please see social media for updates on cost. Some challenges are free at this time.

Arika Cole, Owner of Clearly Fit

Arika has been sharing workouts and guided meditations via her live stories on Instagram. You can follow her @arika_cole on Instagram for her guided activities and connect with her for recommendations!

Arika is a Senior Master Teacher Trainer for The Barre Code, where she teaches instructors how to teach. While social distancing, she knows it will be difficult to find a new normal schedule of taking care of work and family while also finding time to take care of yourself. Arika is also a mom to five-year-old Griffin and 12-year-old Zeus (yellow lab), as well as a wife to almost 39-year-old computer genius, Luc. Arika started teaching group fitness classes during her freshman year in college as a way to remain active after so many years of playing competitive sports. As a fitness consultant, her goal is to get clients to have a healthy mind, body, and spirit. This is done through educating and appreciating what you can accomplish when your mind and body work together.

Flex City Fitness

Ready to sweat it out? Flex City will be offering daily fitness classes you can do at home, which will be available online via Zoom and signup is through MindBody. Cost: If you currently have a membership, you can receive free access. Drop-in classes are just $5.

These Lansing businesses will keep you moving for as long as you’re at home. Are you a business that would like to be added to the list? Please email [email protected]

 

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.