Healthy Valentine’s Day Events for Singles, Couples, and Friends

Ditch the box of chocolates and try AcroYoga, dancing, flower arranging, and more.

No matter what your Facebook relationship status says, it’s fairly safe to assume your Valentine’s Day usually involves a box of chocolate (or two, or three…) and a tall glass of wine. This year, break the sugar high cycle with healthy Valentine’s Day events you can attend solo, with your partner, or with friends.

February 10

Raw chocolate workshop: Give your Valentine—or, hey, yourself—the gift of homemade, healthy chocolate. The founder of Jo Jo’s Raw Chocolate is teaching this lesson and make-your-own workshop.

$33, 6 p.m., 2/10. 38 Chauncy St., Boston,

February 12

“Revenge Body” Boxing: Boston Sports Club Medford is hosting a free “revenge body” boxing class for singles on February 12 and again on February 13. It’s free and open to the public.

Free, 2 p.m., 2/12 and 2/13. 70 Station Landing, Medford,

String Fling: Prepare for the big day with a night of dancing. Arrive early for a dance lesson, then spend the night grooving to swing and bluegrass band Goodtime String Band.

$35, 7 p.m, 2/12. 35 Warren St., Lowell,

February 13

Partner yoga: Akasha Studio in Roslindale is putting on a partner hatha yoga class. No experience is required, and you don’t need a partner to register.

$35, 2 p.m., 2/13. 20R Birch St., Roslindale,

Swing dance lesson: Bring your partner or meet a new one at this introductory swing dance lesson at Boston Lindy Hop, then wow your friends on the dance floor.

$30, 2 p.m., 2/13. 261 Friend St., Boston,

Single & Bitter: Even if you’re not bitter (or not single), this Valentine’s Day pole-dancing class is, at the very least, the makings of a good story. Plus, admission includes a rose and chocolate.

$35, various times, 2/13. 1 Braintree St., Allston,

Valentine’s Day baking: Bring your significant other and learn to make all-natural confections at the Boston Public Market Kitchen.

$25, 5 p.m., 2/13. 100 Hanover St., Boston,

February 14

Valentine’s Day run: Make room for your prix fixe dinner at this free Valentine’s Day run sponsored by Mizuno.

Free, 9 a.m., 2/14. 220 Boylston St., Chestnut Hill,

Parents’ Lunch Out: My Gym’s Boston location is hosting mid-day kids’ fitness classes and activities, so parents can squeeze in a lunch date while the kids get a workout.

$45-50+, 11 a.m., 2/14. 1065 Commonwealth Ave., Boston,

Sweat with Your Sweetie: Endurance Pilates and Yoga is hosting this pairs class. The admission cost is good for two people, and all proceeds benefit prosthetics charity 50 Legs.

$20 for two people, 11 a.m., 2/14. 1636 Washington St., Boston,

Library dance party: Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your little ones at this family-friendly dance party at the Somerville Public Library. Come ready to hear kid-appropriate rap and karaoke songs.

Free, 3 p.m., 2/14. 79 Highland Ave., Somerville,

Flower arranging: Enjoy a little taste of nature in the middle of the city with the Boston Public Market Kitchen’s flower arranging workshop. Bring your partner, a friend, or go solo.

$45, 3 p.m., 2/14. 100 Hanover St., Boston,

AcroYoga: Yoga Works Back Bay is hosting a Valentine’s Day couples’ AcroYoga workshop, where duos can learn the basics of partner yoga. Single? You can also go with a friend or get matched up with a partner.

$40, 3:30 p.m, 2/14. 364 Boylston St., Boston,

You are Love: Celebrate love in all its forms at this heart-opening restorative yoga class and meditation. You can attend by yourself or with a partner.

$20 for a single ticket, $35 for a duo, 5 p.m., 2/14. 1864 Centre St., West Roxbury,

February 20

Cupid’s Undie Run: Keep the Valentine’s spirit going (and raise money for the Children’s Tumor Fund) at this one-mile, clothes-free fun run.

$45, 12 p.m., 2/20. 15 Landsdowne St., Boston,