People are making housecalls to provide stretching sessions, and other apps offer streaming services that help you stretch from the comfort of your home.
Stretched for time? You can fit this type of fitness in anytime.
For some people, going to yoga or pilates is more than a just conduit to get in shape — it provides an escape, social interaction and a sense of community. But for those who are strictly focused on getting more flexible — or would rather not have an audience while doing splits — there’s an app for that.
This month, REME, which stands for Regarding Me, has added an on-demand stretch therapy service to its menu of in-home services. That’s right, L.A. just got even more L.A.: You can now essentially order a highly qualified expert to come to your house and spend 45-minutes providing a one-on-one stretching session for $65. Another nationwide app called Zeel offers 60-, 75- and 90-minute in-home sports massages that combine deep tissue massage and assisted stretching.