Social Distancing Resources

We understand it might be hard to continue to find unique and/or fun things to do during these COVID times, but here are hopefully some resources you might have not seen!

Click on any green link to go to the resource:

Audible: The audiobook streaming service currently has a large library of free titles to listen to.

Calm: Links to free guided meditations, no subscription required.

Headspace: Free meditations and calming stories.

US Career Institute: Wellness tips and mindfulness meditation exercises.

NPR Live Concerts: Live streaming several concerts daily.

Detroit Symphony Orchestra: Live streaming many concerts.

Author / Illustrator Mo Willems: Offering a daily drawing program M-F at 1 p.m. EST, along with an archive of past programs to enjoy. Great for all ages!

New York Philharmonic Orchestra: Live streaming concerts.

Drawing series for adults: new ones daily!

Yale University: The Ivy League university is streaming several courses, including American literature, Roman architecture and finance.

Central Park Tutors: Offering free puppet-making and puppetry tutorials, great for all ages!

CorePower Yoga is live-streaming classes on its YouTube page at 10am and 3pm EST.

Garcia’s: The New York concert venue is streaming rock and folk concerts daily. Check their Facebook for the schedule!

Chrome Music Lab: We love the Voice Spinner tool – all you need is the microphone on your computer, tablet or phone. Warp your voice and have a good laugh!

Billboard: The music magazine is streaming concerts from several popular artists!

Our friends at the YMCA have a whole bunch of digital resources:

  1. YMCA 360 – This platform has prerecorded, on demand workouts of different formats (Active Older Adult, Tai Chi, Yoga, etc.) that guests can access.
  2. Instructors/Personal Trainers have created home workouts, cooking plans, bible devotions, sports drills, crafts, etc through the YMCA websiteFacebook and YouTube pages.
  3. A fun “Social Fitnessing” challenge through our “YMCA of Greater Indianapolis” app, free through the Apple Store or Google Play Store.
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