Take care of yourself

Feeling anxious, stressed or sad? You are not alone. Here are a number of wellness resources to help you stay physically and mentally healthy. Feel free to send us your ideas and links for additional opportunities.

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Get moving

  • You don't need gym equipment to work up a powerful sweat. Peloton offers a 30-day free trial, with workouts ranging from cycling and running (if you do happen to have a stationary bike or treadmill at home) to yoga, strength and guided outdoor runs. 
  • The popular Blogilates site offers a range of targeted body-sculpting videos and is promoting a 14-day quarantine workout plan.
  • Huron-Clinton Metroparks are open and offering unlimited fresh air. Before you leave the house, download scavenger hunts that can be completed from your car or the trail — there are plenty of activities to do from home on that page as well.
  • Your mind, body and spirit will benefit when you take a break to flow through easy-to-learn poses with Pharmacy Education Specialist Karen Gessler. Choose from a 13-minute beginner's guide to yoga, a 20-minute flow that connects breath to movement. or an 8-minute spinal stretch routine.
  • Even though the Mort Harris Recreation and Fitness Center is now open for in-person exercise, it continues to offer a varied lineup of active-at-home guided workouts — the Warrior way! — on YouTube and Zoom.

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