SoulCycle Radio (Ch. 4) will launch instructor-guided virtual workouts on the popular music channel, in addition to regular programming, to help listeners workout with inspiration and musical motivation at home. As of Monday, April 6, SiriusXM listeners can find favorite SoulCycle instructors sharing their own music playlists and workout tips to take you through a one-hour workout at home — no equipment or level of expertise needed.
The instructor-guided workouts with SoulCycle Radio on will be available weekdays with three new sessions a day — 9am ET for a morning workout session, 3pm ET for a midday workout, and 9pm ET for a more reflective evening workout. Those tuning in will be treated to an hour of uplifting music plus exercise tips and motivational messages from SoulCycle’s popular instructors, including Stacey Griffith, Laurie Cole, Sue Molnar, Melanie Griffith, Bevin Prince, Samantha Jade, Jaclyn Mitgang, Noa Shaw, Ariel Padilla, and Junior Kennedy.
Instructors will share new playlists of inspiring songs to help lift spirits and get you moving wherever you are. The curated music will follow the arc of a typical workout class — taking you from warm up to high intensity, all the way through cool down and a relaxing stretch. SoulCycle Radio will also feature “marathon weekends” where listeners can catch more virtual workout sessions every three hours on Saturdays and Sundays. Also, beginning Friday, April 10, Pandora will launch six new exclusive instructor playlists featuring curated music selections with personal audio introductions.
In addition to virtual workout playlists three times a day, SoulCycle Radio listeners can tap into SiriusXM.com and the SiriusXM app at any time to listen to it all On Demand.
SoulCycle Radio is dedicated to playing feel-good music along with inspiring messages from a variety of SoulCycle instructors from coast-to-coast. Listeners to the channel can expect to hear music from artists such as Ariana Grande, Lizzo, Beyonce, Jay Z, The Chainsmokers, and many more.
SoulCycle Radio is available to subscribers nationwide on SiriusXM radios via Channel 4 and to everyone (including anyone who is not already a SiriusXM subscriber) on the SiriusXM app and connected devices as part of SiriusXM’s recently announced free streaming access period through May 15.
For more information and to start listening, visit: SiriusXM.com/streamfree
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