In spite of the month-long community quarantine, we’ve listed some classes and activities that shifted their operations online to keep your recreation and pursuits of passion active.
Maintaining a safe one-meter distance is harder than it seems, especially when you’re with a bunch of people. If you want to be kept safe, given the choice, staying at home is not only the best option, but the only one. Let’s take time to appreciate some malls, studios, and concert halls that are putting safety first and temporarily closing their establishments.
Prior to the enhanced community quarantine, picture this: buying two movie tickets and picking two seats apart from each other to follow social distancing, which is practically safe, but a little awkward, right? Good thing, dance and yoga studios are offering online classes, concert halls are going digital, and production houses are uploading their films online for free streaming. Thank these following online classes and streaming services, we can make the most out of our stay-at-home set-up.
Keep the groove and swag going even from the safety of your home with a celebrity choreographer-led dance session, because as part of G-Force’s alternative learning, you can take online classes right at your own convenience. G-Force offers online classes at a scheduled session per day, so make sure to book your slot ASAP and dance the anxiety away.
While the worsening case of Covid-19 in the country is inevitably causing everyone to panic even when they are at home, we might already need a lot of zen and grounding. I Go Beyond Yoga is conducting free live classes for a whole week. Take good care of your well-being, and why not engage in some therapeutic activity like yoga? Your body and spirit will definitely say namaste to this decision.
If you’ve ran out of interesting films to watch from Netflix, slide into the local side of things and type up TBA Studios on YouTube. Binge-watch some locally produced masterpiece during this period of community quarantine. TBA Studios has uploaded a full copy of their critically acclaimed films on YouTube, which you can also download for offline viewing.
Upon declaring closure until April 19 to contain the Coronavirus spread, the Philharmonie Berlin will continue to play for their musically-inclined audience through the Digital Concert Hall. The virtual concert hall will be free of charge for 30 days. Go ahead, register, and calm yourself with some great classical music. With this move, this merits a standing ovation as early as now.
Heads up: Himalayan Breathwork and Meditation online courses by Sara Black is half the price for those who need a revitalization. Sara, who’s even got students from as far as Davao, reaches out to everyone through the web to take live stream classes. For the world needs it now more than ever, her classes will take place more often—every weekday rather than the usual M-W-F.
Emit your creative juices even when at home with Robert Alejandro’s online drawing classes. Via Facebook Live, Kuya Robert will provide online drawing classes for free. All you have to do is prepare a pen and paper, and tune in on time at 10 AM, tomorrow.