Down Dog is Offering Free Access to All Its Health and Fitness Apps to Students and Teachers Until July 1, 2020

In response to the coronavirus outbreak, Down Dog, the highest-rated app for practicing yoga at home, announced that it is offering free and total access to all its health and fitness apps to students and teachers until July 1, 2020.

The company is currently working hand in hand with teachers, schools, and communities to provide educational materials designed for students of all ages and looks forward to working with more organizations to foster free access to health and wellness through its set of apps.

“With the recent shutdown of schools and physical workout spaces, we’ve seen a huge increase in usage of our apps. We’ve already provided over 300,000 free memberships and we are planning to continue as long as we can,” said Carlos Ormachea, co-founder of Down Dog.

Over 30,000 students and teachers signed up for the school program in the first two days, with over 4,300 individual schools registered. Students and teachers from all around the world (K-12 and universities) are eligible. To receive the free membership, please register your school’s domain at

About Down Dog

Down Dog is the highest-rated app for practicing yoga at home. Headquartered in San Francisco, Down Dog offers a suite of fitness apps, where you’ll never get the same workout twice. More info at

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