Your Week in Wellness: July 13 – 19, 2015

Get your appetite ready for the Attack of the Killer Tomato Festival

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!

Monday, July 13

Okay, mommas. It’s YOU time. Hit up Midday Mom’s Boot Camp at SummerHill Community Center from noon to 1 p.m. It’s $10 to drop in, sweat, and take care of yourself with exercise.

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Tuesdays in July mean free TRX classes at the FitWit Studio. Sign up for the 8:15 a.m. or 4:30 p.m. class to develop strength, mobility, joint stability, and a stronger core. The class is free but any donations will go toward the Coan Park Splash Pad project.

Wednesday, July 15

Start your day in the best way possible: a little yoga, a little coffee, and a whole lotta dancing your face of to house grooves. Check out Daybreaker Atlanta from 6 to 9 a.m. Tickets range from $20 to $35, depending on how early you buy and if you’d like to include the 6 a.m. yoga session. See you on the dance floor!

Thursday, July 16

That $8 Vinyasa Lunch is an all-you-can-stretch buffet of yoga goodness. Increase strength and range of motion at Sacred Thread Yoga’s noon class.

Friday, July 17

Downtown has a new bike lane! The Central Atlanta Progress/Atlanta Downtown Improvement District hosts a ribbon cutting and inaugural ride to celebrate the opening of the Peachtree Central Cycle Track. Bring your bike for the ride starting at 9 a.m.

Saturday, July 18

1428435756297Learn the basics of healthy eating and training for the whole family at the Family Fitness and Nutrition Clinic taught by Frank Wall Fitness. The free class starts at 10 a.m.

Sunday, July 19

Summertime means the end of bland, mealy tomatoes. Celebrate the seasonal red orb of delight at the Attack of the Killer Tomato Festival 2015 from 1 to 5 p.m. Sample tomato-based bites and drinks from Atlanta’s best chefs and mixologists, all while supporting Georgia Organics and The Giving Kitchen. Tickets are $70. Georgia Organics members receive a $5 discount.