Coping with COVID-19 – Tip of the Week

Sonia Lim 20 May 2020

Coping with COVID-19

Participating in a healthy and positive mental-health practice can help you manage stress during the coronavirus lockdown.

Stretch classes are great for the mind, for focusing, balance, preventing injuries and building core strength and overall wellbeing. There are a number of fitness, yoga and pilates studios now offering classes online, allowing you to easily practice at home. Best of all, many classes are free or are being offered at a heavily reduced rates.

Here are a few to try:
https://www.sydneyyogacollective.com/ is offering regular classes for just $10 for unlimited access.
– Melbourne’s https://goodvibesyoga.com.au/ virtual-studio is offering free short flor classes and meditations.
https://www.iamthat-yoga.com/online-yoga/ offers a variety of live and pre-recorded meditation and yoga classes online for $9 a week or free for those who can’t afford it due to the current crisis.
https://www.pilatesanytime.com/mx/pilates-beginners-seniors offers a 15 day free trial for seniors beginner yoga.

For more options, @Broadsheet has pulled together a great list, visit https://www.broadsheet.com.au/national/active/article/live-list-online-exercise-classes-do-your-living-room.

For more easy and practical tips to stay connected, stay healthy, stay active and stay informed, visit https://rfbi.com.au//coping-with-covid19/