Looking for help with your everyday wellness journey? Here are some internal and external resources from Campus Recreation to assist you in maintaining well-being in your mind, body, and soul.

Please read the disclaimer at the bottom of this page before beginning any exercise featured on this page.

The Center for Student Wellness wants to help you on your health and wellness journey. 

For more information please visit their website below.

Online Resources for Well-Being

Here are some useful online resources available outside Boston College to maintain your daily well-being of mind, body, and soul. 


Mental health, resilience, time, and stress

Type of ResourceNameDescription
WebsiteWellness Phone AppsFrom Oregon State University, Cascades
WebsiteCalmCurrently free meditation resource during the pandemic
WebsiteBarre IntensityOnline video platform for barre classes
ArticleMindful"How Mindfullness Can Help You Navigate the Coronavirus Panic"
ArticleOlympic College Recreation"What's Possible When Stuck at Home"
ArticleTalkspace"What is Catastrophic Thinking? (And How to Stop)"
ArticleCoronavirus Resource HubMultiple articles on how to deal with the pandemic
AppHeadspaceGuided meditation at home
AppOakMeditation and breathing exercises
AppInsight TimerFree at home guided meditation
AppSpotifyPlaylists for calming, meditations, and more
AppScribdBooks, audiobooks, magazines, and newspapers (free for 30 days)


Nutrition, alcohol, sleep, and exercise

Type of ResourceNameDescription
WebsiteUnder Armour ChallengeMap My Fitness Under Armour Challenge
WebsiteTrainer PlusFor trainers to assist patrons virtually
WebsiteLifeFitnessWorkout of the Day Challenge
WebsiteYoga GirlFree online yoga classes
WebsiteSuper Hero Fitness TVHip hop & island dance fitness
WebsiteFree YogaPersonal Page of Instructor
WebsiteY360: Virtual YMCAYoutube channel with free classes
WebsiteOTX YogaFree yoga via Zoom
WebsiteCore Power on DemandYoga classes (free for now)
WebsiteLes Mills on DemandLes Mills classes (free for now)
Website6 Minute WorkoutsNew York Times 6-minute workouts
WebsiteYoga JournalOnline yoga classes (free through May 14th)
WebsiteGet Healthy U TVSubscription accessed workouts
WebsiteAlcohol Education
Online AA
Online Intergroup AA
Info about tolerance, BA, metabolism, & more
WebsiteSmokefreeTools to quit smoking
VideoJessica Valant PilatesPilates workouts with a performer
VideoFitness BlenderFree workout videos
VideoPop Sugar FitnessYoutube channel with workouts
VideoThe Fitness MarshallYoutube channel with dance fitness
VideoEnergy X Fitness StudioFree online total body workouts
VideoGeorgia Howard Yoga & MeditationYoutube channel with yoga and meditation
AppOpenfitOn-demand workouts, live classes, & nutrition
AppDown DogPersonalized at-home workouts
AppPRx FitFree daily workouts
AppZMovementFacebook message the app for workout advice
AppPelotonAt-home workouts (free for 90 days)
AppGioAt-home yoga for a cost
AppFitOn AppFree workouts with trainers
AppNike Training ClubFree workouts with other paid programs
OtherPure BarreFacebook page for local barre studio


Relationships, community, social life, and spirituality

Type of ResourceNameDescription
ArticleTalkspace"Remaining Emotionally Connected While Practicing Social Distancing"
ArticleTalkspace"5 Tips for Maintaining Community During the Coronavirus Crisis"

Outdoor Knot Series

Learn to tie knots with our Outdoor Adventure Center and build a skill useful from the wilderness to your backyard!

The Figure 8    |   The Figure 8 Follow Through   |   The Figure 8 on a Bight  |  2 Loop Figure 8    |  Bowline

If you choose to exercise on any platform with Boston College and its affiliates, you do so at your own risk and acknowledge that there is an innate risk of injury when participating in any physical activity. Participation is voluntary and practiced in a safe place suitable for this activity. Some practices may not be safe under certain medical conditions. You agree to consult a doctor if you have any medical concerns. If you experience any physical or emotional pain or discomfort, you will listen to your body, adjust the practice, and ask for support from a medical provider. You hereby agree to irrevocably release and waive any claims that have now or hereafter may have against Boston College and its affiliates. You have read this disclaimer and have acknowledged it prior to participating in any activity.