We’ve gathered together a few great resources and activities to help Paso residents Be Well. The resources are organized into categories to help you find the right tools to match your needs.
American Heart Association: Try a simple 10-minute workout for all ages using items you have around the house.
Down Dog App: Free customizable classes you can do at home including all types and levels of yoga, HIIT, barre and a 7-minute workout. Free for everyone until May 1. Free for students and teachers (K-12 and college) and health care workers until July 1.
Do Yoga with Me: Free for two months for those who are quarantined.
24 Hour Fitness: Check out their 24GO customizable workout app for free (non-members included).
Fitness Blender: Free customizable workouts for all ages.
Calm Together: Enjoy free favorite meditations, sleep stories, movement exercises, journals, and music from the #1 app for happiness, meditation and mindfulness.
UCLA Mindful App: Download a free app and access free meditations and videos related to your mindfullness practice.
Breaking Day Hypnotherapy: Paso Robles hypnotherapist Art Kuhns offers a free two minute Gratitude Breathing Meditation to reduce stress and anxiety. Contact Art HERE to schedule a complimentary hypnotherapy session by using the code: Be Well Paso.
Mindful: An online resource for mindfulness articles and meditation resources.
Help Paso Facebook Page: Connect with community members who are asking for and offering help and information.
Netflix Party: A new feature on Netflix allows users to link up with friends and host long-distance movie nights.
Throw a Digi-Dining Party: Share a virtual meal with friends and family using a digital meet-up app.
Get By Together: Learn how to do almost anything from quarantine haircuts to growing your own food using these helpful (and sometimes hilarious) YouTube video tutorials. These days, just doing the ordinary feels extraordinary. We’re all just figuring it out, together.
Watch One World: Together at Home: This link takes you to a recorded broadcast including leading global health experts alongside exciting performances by the world’s top artists and comedians.
These good news sources are sharing ways that folks all over the world are making life better for others during the outbreak of COVID-19. You can use these ideas as inspiration to connect to those in our community.
SGN (Some Good News): John Krasinski hosts a show featuring good news stories from around the world.
Good News Network: Uplifting news stories from around the globe to boost your mood.
Human Kind Videos: The Good News Pandemic videos to lift your spirit.
Go to Mars with NASA’s Curiosity Rover
Explore the Martian surface as it was recorded by the Curiosity rover.
Google Arts & Culture
Features the arts and cultures showcased in museums and galleries around the world.
The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
Self-guided, room-by-room tours of select exhibits and areas within the museum.
San Diego Zoo Live Cams
Live and archived footage of animal exhibits.
Take a virtual vacation
with Google Earth
Accessed with a Paso Robles City Library card. (For those without a current library account wishing to access digital resources, eCards are available [for ages 13 and up] through the Black Gold Cooperative Library System.)
MasterFILE Complete offers the largest collection of popular full-text magazines, reference books and other highly regarded sources from the world’s leading publishers. Accessed with a Paso Robles City Library card. (For those without a current library account wishing to access digital resources, eCards are available (for ages 13 and up) through the Black Gold Cooperative Library System.)
Medline Plus Presents high-quality, relevant health and wellness information that is trusted, easy to understand, and free of advertising, in both English and Spanish. Anywhere, anytime, on any device—for free. A service of the National Library of Medicine (NLM), the world’s largest medical library, which is part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).