Staying Active Indoors

Zumba: Video Series: offers a variety of Zumba videos, most of which cost 99 cents. Options include a Zumba Gold video series tailored to seniors. They can be purchased at

Yoga (for all ages):

Yoga with Adriene:

“Yoga with Adriene” offers dozens of free, high-quality yoga videos on YouTube. You can chose your class by skill level (beginners welcome) or time, ranging from under 10 minutes to a 60 minute practice.

Chair Yoga for posture:

This “Yoga with Adriene” video keeps your body moving, but with a chair for support! The 17-minute yoga exercise focuses on posture:

Chair Yoga for relaxation:

Chopra Center has a 20 minute-Chair Yoga video for all levels. The exercise is great for relaxation:

Yoga (for kids):

CosmicKids Yoga:

CosmicKids makes yoga fun for children, allowing you to select a class based on length and your child’s energy level.

CosmicKids posts free themed videos on their YouTube channel:

They are also offering a free 14-day trial for their app. Once the free trial expires, an app subscription costs $10/month. Visit:

Tai Chi:

Free Online Classes with Alex Hing:

Alex Hing, a union member for over 40 years and Tai Chi Instructor, is posting free tai chi classes on his Facebook page:

Additional online workouts for Seniors

Slow and Gentle Yoga for Seniors:

This 30 minute yoga routine is designed for seniors to help you relax, release stress, and focus on mindfulness:

SilverSneakers Workout Videos:

Seniors 65 and older who are enrolled in certain Medicare Advantage plans can make an account on for free. The site offers hundreds of workout videos designed for seniors.  To sign up, visit

Fitness Classes:


The YMCA has free online classes for children, adults, and seniors. Visit


Orangetheory posts free 30-minute workout videos each day: