Living Well at Home with Virtual Wellness Classes

Well-being programs here for you when you need them the most.

Whether you are looking to shake it up, stretch it out, or get centered, we’ve got you covered with Zumba®, yoga, guided mindfulness, and wellness sessions. All are available at no cost to you and will be easy to access via Zoom.

Note: You will be able to access these webinars immediately if you have Zoom downloaded on your device. If you have not downloaded Zoom, the links will take you to Zoom’s home page to download the tool. Once you’ve downloaded and launched Zoom on your device, you will be prompted to enter your name and email in order to join the webinar, but you are not required to enter your real name or email. Please know that HPI is not responsible for the availability, privacy or security of the Zoom platform. We recommend that you use caution when sharing any personal or identifying information with online meeting applications, including any interactive features.


Featured Fitness Classes

RAQ THE BARRE® – Thursdays at 1:00pm to 1:30pm (ET): 

RAQ THE BARRE® 5 Week Series: Body Weight Only; or with Added Props to Boost your Burn! *Adding fitness props such as light weights and the RAQISA® ball and band will improve the quality of your workout but are entirely optional.

RAQ THE BARRE® by RAQISA® – Body Weight Only Optional
Tone and condition your entire body from top to toe with a cardio core barre method designed to improve torso & hip flexibility and stability. Challenge your muscles using your own body weight with a varied series including barre and mat exercises • with special attention to enhancing your posture! RAQ THE BARRE® provides a lively playlist of world music, fitness beats, and verbal coaching to ensure your workout is both fun and results based! Discover ancient deep core movements seamlessly merged into your barre fitness repertoire as a part of your modern-day wellness solution!

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Fitness Classes

Yoga – Mondays and Wednesdays at 5:15pm (ET)

Zumba – Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:15pm (ET)

Moving your body is essential to keeping your body and mind resilient. Whether you like to dance it out with a live Zumba® class or take a deep breathe with a calming live yoga session, you can join in right from your living room.

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Guided Mindfulness Sessions

Mind the Moment – Tuesdays and Fridays from 8:30am to 9:00am (ET): Mindfulness can help us feel connected and get centered. Experiment with short bursts of mindfulness instruction, followed by mini meditations, led by a team of expert instructors.

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Access past mindfulness sessions at any time by visiting the Mind the Moment YouTube Channel.


Health and Wellness Webinars

The Power of the Pumpkin – Wednesday, October 28, 2020, from 1:00pm to 1:30pm (ET): Pumpkins are not just fun for Halloween decorating; they are also a nutritional superfood. Learn about the health benefits of adding pumpkin to your diet and how to make delicious Pumpkin Power Bites.

Introducing Mindfulness: How to Begin, Sustain and Get the Most Out of Your Practice – Wednesday, November 4, 2020, from 1:00pm to 1:30pm (ET): In this 30 minute session, master mindfulness instructor Tara Healey—founder and director of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care’s groundbreaking “Mind the Moment” program—will debunk common misconceptions around mindfulness; explain the role of meditation; describe what you should (and should not!) expect from your mindfulness practice; and set you on the path for building a mindfulness practice of your own. This program will be organized as a conversation between Tara and her colleague Jon Roberts, and participants will be invited to ask Tara questions of their own.

It’s not WHAT you eat, it’s HOW MUCH you eat – Wednesday, November 18, 2020, from 1:00pm to 1:30pm (ET): Ever wonder why you can’t lose weight when you are eating all those healthy foods? Do you know what is considered to be a single serving? We will review how to read food labels as well as take a look at what exactly is considered a serving size. It’s probably much smaller than you think.

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Access past health and wellness webinars at any time by visiting the well-being webinar playlist on YouTube.