The DC-based company closed locations across the country back in March, but Michelle Martini is still reaching students and staff from home.
With phase one of reopening on the horizon, Kelly Young takes a look back at how she’s stayed happy, healthy and connected with her clients during the global pandemic.
You won’t be standing elbow-to-elbow on the gym treadmills for awhile, but you can still join an outdoor group exercise class.
Arlington is home to fitness centers, healthy restaurants and open-air parks that will help you make the most of your motivation.
From virtual 5Ks to family dance parties, spend your Memorial Day weekend relieving your stress with these online workouts.
In-person hot yoga classes have been canceled at the Herndon-based studio for over two months, but the challenging practices still go on virtually.
Perfect for older adults and those recovering from injury or sickness, chair yoga has the same stretching benefits as full flows—without the strain.
Staying active doesn’t always have to mean attending your weekly aerobics class. Here are a few more ways to stay happy and healthy through the summer.
Capital Caring Health has offered a handful of tips to stay connected, active and positive in the era of COVID-19.
From scrunchies to headbands, these durable accessories will keep your hair up and out of your face through even the toughest at-home workouts.