New Fitness Classes on Coronado TV's Safe at Home But Not Alone Program
The City of Coronado began producing and broadcasting programs in March on Coronado TV for residents who are home obeying the governor's stay at home order.
The Safe at Home But Not Alone program wants the community to know that just because we cannot physically gather does not mean we cannot connect, be enriched and get fit at the same time.
Recent additions to the Coronado TV line-up include various yoga sessions, including strength and flexibility, restorative and chair yoga, as well as Tai Chi. The videos are led by local instructors who offer the classes through Recreation Services and the John D. Spreckels Center or at local studios. The City is working to align the airing of the fitness videos to the actual class times at the Spreckels Center so students can feel like they are back in class.
The City also produces arts programming in partnership with the Library and Cultural Arts Commission. Be sure to watch Coronado TV on Spectrum 19 or AT&T 99. You can also watch online. New content is being created every week. Tune in to see Library Storyhour and Cultural Arts videos. The City is engaging staff, local creatives and teachers to provide programming that otherwise would not be available to our citizens during this time.
There is an opportunity here to slow down and discover resources you may not have otherwise discovered in your previous day to day lives. This online programming is produced to serve our citizens and to support and highlight the programs and events that many in the community have already come to enjoy.
Take care of yourselves, stay safe at home and take this opportunity to tune into Coronado TV and connect to the best of Coronado's "virtual" programs for now. Perhaps this will lead to the discovery of something new and enjoyable for you to explore when programming goes live again. City staff will be happy to welcome you.
Stay tuned for a schedule of programming.