Physical activity as a recipe (FaR)
Yogobe offers a wide range of classes online for you to get started with a good excercise routine. We also offer classes and programs for experienced practitioners. Our ambition is to provide you with support for physical and mental wellbeing.
Our FaR offering: 2 months free Yogobe membership. No binding period.
As a Yogobe member you have unlimited access to our video library with more than 2000 classes and programs within health, mobility, yoga, relaxation and meditation. All our content and tutorials have been developed by leading experts and can be accessed via any device, at your convenience.
How to get started (New member)
Already a Yogobe member?
Finding your favourite activities
Explore our video library or try out some of our popular programs to get started.
All our programmes require that you have a normal ability to move your body and joints
Program for aerobic exercises
Functional exercise programmes to build strength and mobility
Yoga programmes to build strength and mobility
Classes for children and young adults (Swedish))
Classes for pregnant and new mothers (Swedish)
Classes for people with limited mobility
More practical information can be found on our FAQ page
Take care of yourself and mind your health!
Yogobe is FaR-certified
Yogobe is certified as an approved activity organizer for FaR by Akademiskt Primärvårdscenter (APC). This as part of our vision to make high-quality training available to all. Read more here.
What is FaR?
Physical activity has a variety of positive effects and can be used in the treatment of a number of different diagnoses and diseases. FaR is prescribed by licensed healthcare professionals, such as doctors, nurses, physiotherapists and physiotherapists. Discuss what activities that suits you best with your healthcare professional.
Prescribing Yogobe to your patients
Yogobe offers support and information for those who want to apply digital training as part of the patient's treatment.
Please contact us and we will tell you more; [email protected]
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