Since we’re stuck at home, we may as well use this time for a little #self-improvement. When you need a break from all the Netflix binges and online happy hours, why not tune in to one of these virtual classes and workshops? You can master the culinary arts, get in touch with your creative side, or get fit. All from the comfort and safety of your own home!

Here are 10 virtual classes and workshops in Toronto that you can attend from home.


One of Toronto’s top choices for Italian eats is bringing you the know-how in their online series of virtual workshops. You can log on for classes on everything from pasta to pizza to wine pairings and more. They’ll even send you a kit with all the ingredients you’ll need!

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virtual classes and workshopsTHE CHEF UPSTAIRS

Another great cooking option has got to be the classes from The Chef Upstairs. No matter what type of cuisine you’re into, this site has a workshop for you. Right now you can even sign up for their Valentine’s Day specials for a socially distanced date from home.

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Foodies of Toronto can eat their way through the city with these incredible virtual workshops. Just reserve your spot ahead of time, wait for your kit to be delivered, then log on for a live demonstration and tasting. They’ve got loads of stellar picks lined up like coffee tasting, cocktail workshops, and chocolate tutorials.

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virtual classes and workshopsBARCHEF MIXOLOGY

Your happy hour will head to the next level with this amazing online class. Top bartenders and mixologists will walk you through all the tips and tricks of the trade. When you sign up, you’ll get a customizable cocktail kit delivered right to your door.

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Planning on leaving this pandemic an artist extraordinaire? These classes with the AGO are the way to go. They’ve got everything from drawing to painting to portraits to abstract. Whatever work you want to create, they’ll walk you through it. Who knows, maybe one day your creations will be hanging in their hallways.

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Another great way to get in touch with your creative side is through the amazing workshops from Assembly Hall. All month long, you can log on for expert instruction on all things art. They have a wide range of classes that are perfect for folks at any experience level.

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virtual classes and workshopsGTA PHOTOGRAPHY

If you’ve been documenting your pandemic experience and want to learn how to add a little spark to your photos, this is the virtual class platform for you. Whether you’re looking for tips on taking the pictures themselves, or on editing, this spot has got you covered. They’ve got classes in pretty much every stream of photography you can think of.

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Of all the virtual classes and workshops, we think this one is the best for a date night. You can tune in for easy tutorials on various painted pictures. We recommend showing up with a bottle of wine or two to make things interesting.

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If 2021 is the year you plan to get in shape, you’ve got to check out these amazing fitness classes. They have workouts for folks at every level, that are easy to access right from home. Just create an account and tune in live for instructions from the experts.

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Or you can train like a Toronto Raptor with these FREE online workouts. The free classes are brought to us by a Raptors superfine and they cover everything from yoga to strength training to mobility and more. All you need is a connection to the internet and a little room to move around.

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So hit up these amazing virtual classes and workshops for all the entertainment your quarantine needs. Who said learning something new had to be boring?