Peloton is taking to the skies!
The fitness brand has announced a new partnership with Delta Airlines called Classes in the Clouds, which will help travelers relax, recharge, fall asleep or take a stretch via instructional videos.
There are currently five sessions to choose from, ranging in length from 5 to 20 minutes. Each one is lead by Peloton staff, such as yoga and meditation instructors Anna Greenberg, Chelsea Jackson Roberts and Ross Rayburn, as well as tread and strength instructors Matty Maggiacomo and Adrian Williams.
You don't even have to be a Peloton member to watch the videos, which are viewable through the aircraft's seatback screens.
"It gives us the chance for people that aren't Peloton members about this accessibility and that we have the best fitness content in the world," Peloton CCO Jen Cotter told CNN Business of the venture. "We know that once someone downloads the Peloton app and tries one of our classes, they're going to fall in love with Peloton."
The classes will switch up every few months.
Athlete and Peloton trainer Becs Gentry noted on social media that the initiative came at the "perfect" time for "seasonal travel," while instructor Ben Alldis called the collaboration "epic."
Though some may think of Peloton as just a fitness brand, they also have wellness in mind.
"I just want to help people live happier and healthier lives," Jess Sims told Morning Honey of why she took on her career. "I just want them to feel more confident. I talk about a bunch of different pillars of wellness – so there is hydration, nutrition, there’s sleep, there’s recovery, there’s movement, there’s mental health, and then there is community, and I think that by talking about those seven pillars, by being vulnerable myself, when I am struggling with something, those are the things that I hope to model."
"I don’t take my job lightly at all," she declared. "I take it very seriously because I understand the impact specifically this past year that myself and my fellow instructors have had, so it’s an absolute dream come true."