Covid-19 may have given you an introvert staycation, but many Montrealers are finding ways to make use of the internet to stay connected. Here are some things you can check out.
Modo Yoga Classes
Modo Yoga has been offering live streaming yoga classes ALL DAY LONG on Instagram. Whether you’re craving a core flow, a yin class, a power flow, or really any type of yoga, they have something going on. Classes start at 6:30 a.m. and continue right through the 19:30 class. Check out https://www.instagram.com/modoyogamontreal/ for details. Classes are free!
Burlesk Fitness with Arabesque Burlesque
The lovely Lady Josephine has a fitness class with great tunes and some hot, hot moves. Every night at 18 p.m., she offers a streaming live version of the popular burlesk fitness which combines the moves of burlesque, show girls, bump n grind, go go, and more. Courses are $19 each or $45 for three. Enroll here.
Cool School History Classes
Peter Stevens has been offering history lessons on and off for a number of years. Given the current state of things, he’s offering a series on Survivors of WWII. Check it out on his youtube channel on Thursday nights at 7 p.m. HERE.
The Sketch Republic
Can sketch artists stream a show live? You bet they can. On March 20 (Friday), at 8 p.m., some of Montreal and Toronto’s beloved sketch artists like Lise Vigneault, Kirsten Ramussen, JAcob Greco, and Andy Asaf will be performing on Facebook Live. For details, click HERE.
Stories in Strange Times and Confabulation
Montreal’s long-running storytelling show is compiling stories from 2-4 minutes. They are collecting and sharing videos. Check it out HERE.
You’re Gonna Rire, Sugar Sammy’s bilingual show, is going to be streamed live from his Facebook page. Thanks Sam! Check HERE.
Never the most popular musical genre, but one that’s fairly easy to join in. On March 20, from 21-21:30, everyone is invited to bring an instrument of choice out on their balconies and to drone in C. Info HERE. \
Virtual Drag Show
Rita Baga makes sure that you can get your dose of camp and class. tune in on Tuesdays at 20:00-22:00. Info HERE.
Improv for Lonely Folks
Well, Impro Montreal isn’t one to sit out social distancing. On Saturday, March 21 at 20-21 p.m., the Montreal Improv team will host an online improvised show called Loneliness. Patti Stiles and Vinny Francois will stream their show that takes place in the year 2220, where a network of relay stations is used to communicate. Details and info HERE.
Know of something happening in Montreal online during the time of social distancing? Let us know!