Good news! Health & wellness edition

Dear friends—

We at (585) hope you’re staying healthy and positive, and that you’re making the most of your time at home.

While we understand the allure of the couch and the opportunity to binge all your favorite shows in one sitting, we also hope you’re making a conscious effort to move and stay active.

We’ve compiled a list below of just a few local businesses that still offering fitness instruction, albeit virtually.

In a time when local businesses are facing challenges they never could’ve imagined, supporting them with a virtual fitness sesh is absolutely a win-win.

  • breathe is offering audio meditation classes and live yoga video classes online. Get a two-week unlimited membership for $75, or drop into a virtual yoga class (for varying fitness levels) for $20.
  • Check out the following (free!) live fitness and cooking classes on the YMCA’s Facebook page next week:
    •  Monday, April 27: 12pm Stretch and Mobility with Lucy, and 4pm Women’s Strength with Lucy
    •  Tuesday, April 28: 10am Tabata with Carole
    •  Wednesday, April 29: 1:30pm Quiche with Chef Tom
    •  Thursday, April 30: 4pm “Lift it and Love it” with Carole
    •  Friday, May 1: 9:30am Pilates with Kelly
  • For live and on-demand bootcamp and cycle classes, check out Victor-based Spoke Cycle and Fitness Studio. Visit the website to get started, and sign up for a one-month unlimited membership for $75.
  • According to its website, Positive Force Movement focuses on the needs of the LGBTQ+ community, people of color, the sixty-five and ove crowd, cancer survivors, and people with disabilities. Support this business by dropping into a class—including kickboxing, yoga, circuit training, etc.—for $15. Upgrade to a five-class pass for $65 or a ten-class pass for $125. Private instruction and “Create Your Own Small Group” options also available.
  • M/Body’s University Avenue location “combines spa, salon, nutrition, relaxation and athletic restorative services”—and is currently offering virtual fitness classes, including boxing-inspired workouts, strength/conditioning workouts, cycling, etc. Most are offered free of charge, with contributions graciously accepted.
  • Visit YogaVibe’s website for complimentary meditation, stretching, and yoga videos. When open to the public, this studio on Rockwood Place aims to offer something for everyone: Body Love Yoga, Heavy Metal Yoga, yoga for kids, weekly pay-what-you-can classes, Queer & Trans Yoga, and more.
  • Whether you’re looking for bootcamp, PiYo, Zumba, TurboKick, barre, or Tai chi yoga classes, Bounce Aerobics has you covered. The Henrietta-based studio is hosting virtual classes for $3-5 each, or pay $10 for an unlimited weekly membership.
  • Broadcasting from Fairport, Yoga170 is offering virtual yoga classes of all levels for free, with contributions accepted, right on their website. Visit the studio in person when it reopens for adult-level classes, teen and athlete yoga sessions, and Butterfly Kids Yoga events.
  • ROCovery Fitness is a community of physically active individuals focused on sober living, and while their center is closed, they are offering daily and weekly content on their Facebook Live feed. Thursdays at 6pm is Mindful Yoga with Karen, and tune in at 11am daily for Meditation For Uncertain Times with Brian.

And don’t forget, you can read the entire March-April (585) online free of charge. To those who have recently subscribed: thank you so much for your support. We greatly appreciate it!

– Jinelle Vaiana, contributing writer
 jvaiana@585mag.com

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