Whether you’re into yoga, running, cycling, or toning, there’s something for you in this week’s list of top Atlanta health and wellness events. Check out our top picks…
Every week, we sift through hundreds of Atlanta health and wellness options to bring you a handy-dandy list of the top events. Here are this week’s picks…
Stay well in ATL this week, no matter what your style. Moms? We’ve got a boot camp for you. Yogis? A Vinyasa Lunch. Cyclists? The launch of a new bike lane downtown. Clubbers? A healthy morning dance party. Tomato aficionados? Your dream festival is here. Pick your poison and have some fun this week!
Doing the same thing over and over can make your fitness routine seem a bit stale. Stretch your limits and try something different this week. We’ve got you covered with Hoot Owl night yoga, poolside workouts, stiletto dance classes, and more.
The Peachtree Road Race may be hogging the spotlight this week, but if you didn’t snag a number — or if running just isn’t your bag — there are oodles of other options. Check out some of the week’s best…
There’s always so much happening in our lovely city when it comes to healthy events and workout opportunities. That’s why we sift through the silt and present you with the pure gold each week. Here’s your weekly treasure:
Celebrate Father’s Day, support the Braves, learn to cook, and get bendy with some yoga options this week. Summer is off to a great start!
The weather is heating up and so are the health and wellness events in Atlanta. From Soccerfest to an Adventure Run to a 10K Possum Trot, there are tons of ways to add a little fun to your fitness this week. Here are seven of our faves.
Looking for some great ways to tone, strengthen, and stretch? We’ve got you covered. Try some self defense on the BeltLine, kickboxing, a yogathon for a cause, or kettlebell classes. Your strong summer bod will be the envy of everyone at the pool this summer.
Ease out of your long weekend by supporting Georgia Organics at Yeah! Burger then get dancey at Jazzercise, take a wander through the Botanical Garden with some endangered species, and learn to cook paleo or give a partner yoga massage. Wrap it all up with a nice day of biking the BeltLine and you’re set. Summer is the best, right?