At-home exercise has evolved since Jane Fonda’s workouts took the world by storm (which, frankly, still hold up). Nowadays there are yoga and pilates classes, living-room-friendly workouts, and free apps to lead you around the park. Here’s a running list of what we’ve found in Melbourne.

Universal Practice at Home is an online platform with unlimited access to more than 70 classes by the Melbourne-based pilates and physiotherapy studio – including pilates, strength training, yoga and meditation – for $49 per month.

• Recently opened personal training studio Frame in Cremorne is now offering six virtual classes a day. It’s $10 for one, or $35 for unlimited sessions. Find the timetable here.

• Yoga studio Humming Puppy (which has studios in Melbourne, Sydney and New York) is offering unlimited access to its suite of pre-recorded classes for 50 cents a day (plus its offering a handful of freebies). You’ll hear a low frequency hum in all the videos, which the team believes enhances the yoga experience.

• Access more than 200 barre, pilates and yoga classes on demand courtesy of fitness studio Barre Body. Start with a five-day free trial; membership starts from $15 per month. Barre Body is also running two live classes a day on Instagram and Facebook.

Good Vibes Yoga, which has studios in Collingwood and Northcote, has set up an online hub where you can access short flow classes and meditations for free.

• Melbourne-based yoga teacher Annie Belcher shares downloadable audio classes for free on her website and has a special Yoga at Home class.

Retrosweat is live-streaming ’80s-style aerobics on its Instagram account.

• Armadale yoga studio Happy Melon is running live classes online each week. Choose from yoga, meditation, fitness or Pilates from $5 to $10 per class, or buying bulk for a discount. There are also weekly and monthly passes – prices vary but right now you can get six weeks of unlimited classes for $100.

• Fitzroy’s Good Times Pilates has gone fully online, live-streaming classes (book here), and offering more on demand.

• Nike has a range of free workouts, training programs, fitness tips and nutritional guidance available online. Its free apps include the Nike Running Club, Nike Training Club, and a podcast called Trained, featuring conversations with trainers and athletes.

Couch to 5K isn’t strictly for indoors, but the nine-week, app-led running program can definitely be done solo.

• Melbourne-based Sue Everett offers one-on-one yoga sessions via Skype for $30 per 15 minutes. Book online.

Online yoga platform Will takes a modern approach to this ancient practice with easy-to-follow, downloadable classes. It’s $197 for lifetime access to its online library.

• Australian fitness instructor Damon Bell is now based in New York, but you can access his minimal-equipment workout videos for free on Instagram.

• Fluidform Pilates has an at-home program with targeted pre-recorded workouts for all levels of fitness. It’s $49 per month and the first monthly payment includes a free equipment pack.

• A Melbourne couple created the Callie fitness kit ($75), which is designed to help you replicate a gym workout at home. There’s also a guided online workout you can do called Quarantine With Callie.

I Am That is a newly launched virtual yoga studio offering a variety of live and pre-recorded yoga and meditation classes online. It’s $9 a week to take part, or free for those who can’t afford it due to the current crisis – just email for a discount code.

• Power Living has an online platform, Yogaholics, offering yoga and meditation classes, each ranging from five to 90 minutes in length, for $12 a month.

• St Kilda's Ihana Yoga has launched a virtual studio streaming up to five classes live per day. It's $1 for a two-week trial.

• Access unlimited livestream and 300-plus recorded classes by Richmond’s Jessica Dewar Yoga from $14.95 a week.

• Kyneton’s Pilates by Bec offers live online classes in pilates and general fitness. The equipment you’ll need to bring? Canned food for weights from your iso stockpile. Prices range from $9 for a 45-minute group fitness class (or $60 for 10 classes), or $35 for a private class.

• Download the immersive Zombies, Run! app for a running game slash audio adventure. The free, 10-episode home workout series will have you running from a (pretend) zombie apocalypse. Needless to say, this one's best suited to outdoors.

• South Yarra spin studio Bodhi & Ride is uploading three or four different cycle videos weekly, plus meditation classes, mindset coaching and nutrition seminars. It’s $49 a week for a minimum of four weeks, and you’ll need hire or buy a spin bike (home delivery is available).

Upstate Studios is now live-streaming more than 70 classes a week, including HIIT, pilates and yoga. New members can access them for $49 a month. Plus, there are live, daily, guided meditations on Facebook and Instagram.

• California-inspired pilates studio Love Athletica, known for remixing the typical reformer style, is offering unlimited live and on-demand classes for $60 for six weeks during lockdown 2.0. Hire a reformer for $120 a week and sign up here.

• Melbourne’s Arise Studio Health, dedicated to pilates, yoga and wellness, is running unlimited classes for $25 a week. Purchase a cork roller or massage ball for added strengthening and stretching.

• With a different line-up of Melbourne-based yogis each day, online yoga platform Vinny (short for vinyasa) is offering free 15- to 20-minute classes each morning and afternoon. And you can watch them back here.

• From ex-Bachelor star and personal trainer Sam Wood, this 28 app has wellbeing, nutrition and fitness tips, workouts, recipes and more. Monthly membership is $58.99.

• Australian dance company Chunky Move turns 25 this year. Its dance studio is offering Beginners, Open Contemporary, 50+ classes and more online.

• Prahran’s Sum of Us has launched a virtual wellness studio with live and pre-recorded classes. Classes include physio-led pilates, yoga, meditation, HIIT, barre and more, alongside lifestyle sessions with experts. Get access to 40 live classes and unlimited pre-recorded classes for $25 per week. Individual classes are $9.