Staying Healthy, While Staying at Home

One of our partners, Marsh & McLennan Agency (MMA) has developed a list of no-cost resources to help our employees stay healthy while staying at home for those already working remotely and in the event we turn completely to telehealth.

These resources include at-home specific content on topics including physical activity, mental health, nutrition, ergonomics and more.

Physical Activity and Exercise 

Core Power Yoga: 

Cross Fit at Home: 

Daily Burn:

  • Sign up for a 30-day trial and receive access to full body workouts daily, which include cardio, yoga, dance, Pilates, and more.
  • Will require credit card information for the free trial:

Down Dog: 

  • Down Dog is making all of their apps – Down Dog, Yoga for Beginners, HIIT, Barre and 7 Minute Workout – completely free until April 1, 2020:
  • Offering free access until July 1, 2020 for all students and teachers (K-12 and college). 
  • To access free school membership, sign-up using your .edu email address.  If your school does not use a .edu emails, please write to

Ekhart Yoga:

Fitness Blender: 


  • Unlimited access now through April 30, 2020. Grokker provides 4,000+ videos regardless of skill level, abilities, and goals.  Videos include the topics of fitness, mindfulness, and nutrition. 
  • Will require credit card information for free trial:

Nike Run Club:

  • Need to get outside for a bit or have a treadmill at home? This free app helps you track your run and allows access to guided runs hosted by coaches or Headspace:



Planet Fitness:

  • Free online classes for two weeks, beginning March 16, 2020.  The workouts will be live-streamed at 6 p.m. CST each day.  If you cannot make it live, the workouts will be available on-demand.


  • Free access to Wellbeats online fitness classes through April 30.  Get started at or through the app on the App Store or Google Play store (select ‘Register Via Code’ and enter invitation code 57a4df63)

Pop Sugar Fitness:

Additional Resources: 

Mental Health

Total Brain:

  • Free access and is designed to train your brain to manage mental health; get started at through the app on the App Store or Google Play store.  If downloading the app, use the code, “consumertrial”. 


  • Free mental health program designed to address the stress caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic.  This free online course is designed to help you reduce stress and developresilience from home:


  • Affordable, private online counseling.  Talk with a licensed, professional therapist online about depression, anger, stress, anxiety, grief, and more: 


  • Meditations and resources on this page are free of charge.
  • Calm has provided handpicked content to support your mental and emotional wellness through this time.
  • Resrouces on the page will be updated regularly:


Simple Habit:

  • Components of this meditation platform are free to all.
  • They have announced free premium memberships to those impacted by the pandemic and can no longer afford to pay.

Take a Break!


Make it Ok

Mental Health America (MHA):

  • To aid individual and communities during this time, MHA has compiled a range of resources and information on mental health.
    • Topics include:
    • Mental Health Information For Disease Outbreaks 
    • Financial Support
    • Tools And Information On Anxiety
    • Tools To Connect With Others
    • Resources For Immediate Response 

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI):

  • NAMI provides resources, information, education and more around mental health: 
  • COVID-19 Information and Resources
    • This guide put together by NAMI, is filled with commonly asked questions when it comes to mental health resources and how to get support in every aspect of our lives.
  • Looking for guidance on how to help yourself or your loved ones? Call the NAMI Helpline:
    • Monday-Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., EST (800) 950-6264

University of Minnesota – Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality and Healing:

Additional Resources:


Bon Appetit: 



Cornell University:


Other Resources

Kids/Learning at Home:

Working from Home: 

  • From Alex/Jellyvision and YouTube: 5 Tips for Working from Home 

Crisis Management & Suicide Prevention Hotlines:

  • Hopeline Text Service: Text “HopeLine” to 741741
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    • 1-800-273-(TALK) 8255 (En Español – 1-888-628-9454) 

Carol Fite Lynn

Carol Fite Lynn is the Director of Communications for CleanSlate, a leading national medical group that provides outpatient medication-assisted treatment for the chronic disease of addiction, primarily alcohol and opioid use disorders.