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.
  4. Daily devotions, family activities, tips and more on our app and virtual schedule.
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