I like Calm a lot, it's the same lady who does most of the actual guided meditation. If you go to this link - app.calm.com/meditate - you can sign up for a free trial and use all the Daily Calm and other features. Also has sleep stories if you're into that.
Calling all Beckers! lani, luvvinlife, irisinnia, I think all of you have posted online and videos for home exercise at some point (if I'm wrong just disregard!). Would you be willing to repost those suggestions with links, etc. here in this thread so we can keep track of all the home exercise options? Particularly at this time when so many are self-isolating until the coronavirus outbreak has died down, we're not going to the gym and are in need of great ideas that are tried and true! Please and thank you!
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I took Judy’s advice and use YouTube to access free Leslie Sansone in-home walking videos, various Ab workouts and strength-training videos, and Zumba workouts.
My Fitness Pal has circuit training workouts, walking plans, and meditation tracks.
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None of my stuff is free online, other than the initial round of Deepak/Oprah 21 Day Meditations. I use Classical Stretch with Miranda Esmond-White on PBS (well, that's free but it's only on TV as far as I know), I have a ton of her episodes DVRed and a couple of her DVDs, I have an ancient Urban Rebounder video I use for cardio. The rest of my routine I have just picked up here and there over the years, and I have memorized.
Some of the Classical Stretch routines are on YouTube. Also, there is another exercise group associated with Classical Stretch on YouTube and their routines are a little more strenuous. Also, there are meditations on YouTube. I like "The Mindful Movement."