Not a year after the launch of the Exhale Eats health food delivery service, the Exhale wellbeing brand is at it again, this time bringing fitness to users on demand. The new Exhale On Demand video streaming service connects users with total wellbeing videos at home, on the road, or in a hotel. Grounded in the core elements of the brand’s promise of providing features that are transformative yet mindful, Exhale On Demand provides subscribers access to Barre, HIIT, and yoga fitness classes, as well as mindfulness and meditation videos.
“Consumers expect to maintain their routine when they travel,” says Annbeth Eschbach, CEO of Exhale. “Guests want what they want, when they want it, without friction, and hassle. It is a very exciting time to be at the center of hospitality and wellbeing, and we are thrilled to be a apart of creating and delivering experiences with Hyatt, allowing us to expand our footprint and bring wellness to even more people.”
Designed to bring Exhale beyond its studio walls, the video platform plans to make every day wellbeing accessible to all. Exhale on Demand is available to anyone with a connected device from mobile phones and tablets to desktop and laptops, as well as on TV streaming devices including Roku, Andriod TV, and Amazon Fire TV. Hyatt, which acquired Exhale in 2017, will offer complimentary Exhale On Demand in-room video content at select Hyatt Regency, Hyatt Place, and Hyatt House hotels in the U.S. beginning this fall.
The service launches one new video per week, providing users with a variety of content and complete control of their wellbeing experience. Videos are available in a variety of lengths, well suited for the quick, less than 10-minute workout to a full, 40-plus minute class. Titles of videos include Cardio Jab, HIIT Burn, Barre Sculpt, Mindful Barre, and Meditation for Recovery.
Take a look at the trailer below for a sneak peek of what the classes look like. A free, one-week trial is now available with monthly or annual purchase on the Exhale on Demand website. Purchasing now locks users into a Founder's Rate of either $14 per month or $99 per year.