Read on to see where Burnalong has been featured in health and wellness news and articles

TV: Burnalong Launches the Inclusive, and Accessible, America’s Healthiest Company Challenge
“Burnalong is committed to offering diverse and inclusive wellness programming so that everyone, wherever they are in their wellness journey and with all abilities, can engage and grow”, says Daniel Freedman. “America’s Healthiest Company is an exciting opportunity for local companies, cities, teams, and their families across the country, to pursue wellness together, with a little friendly competition, by accessing classes across 49+ categories via Burnalong.”
Shepherd Center and Burnalong Partner to Create MS and Neuromuscular Online Classes for Patients and Burnalong Members Globally
"At Shepherd Center, part of our mission is to conduct research and develop innovative solutions and treatments to help people with a temporary or permanent disability caused by injury or disease,” says Dr. Deborah Backus, PT, PhD, FACRM, at Shepherd Center. “One way we provide support to patients is through specialty classes that will aid in rehabilitation once a patient, and their family, have returned home. Our partnership with Burnalong will extend Shepherd’s expertise to support the independence and wellness of people with injuries and disabilities across the globe."
TV: Groundbreaking Partnership – YMCAs Bringing Their Classes Online to a Global Audience
"Counter to the narratives we've hearing from companies like Peloton and Mirror that brick and mortar is over, it's the opposite ... theres huge demand for local people to see their favorite local instructors online. Someone in the middle of Philadelphia doesn't want to be told that online they can only see instructors from New York or LA," Burnalong Co-CEO Daniel Freedman told Patrice Sanders of Fox45. "For companies, they want their employees to find people who they could go to in person and who they find relatable and accessible." He added that in pre-COVID times only 15% of the population goes to a gym or studio, so wellness professionals have been focused on how to reach the other 85% of the population, and employers have been focused on how to get that 85% of the population the programming they need. COVID has just turned that 85% to 100% of the population. " stores cookies on your computer. These cookies are used to understand how you interact with our website. Learn more by reviewing our Privacy Policy.