Health Events Calendar: Week of March 7

Workshops, fitness classes, and fundraisers abound.

Spinning photo

Pedal for Cancer photo provided by the Seaport Hotel

Monday, March 7

Bur-run 5K: Run in this 5K, then head to the Burren to enjoy complementary veggie pasta or beef stew to reward yourself.

Free, 6:45 p.m. 247 Elm St., Somerville,

Training for Women Boston Marathon Clinic: Members of the Boston Athletic Association’s women’s team will offer training advice, and a Stonyfield nutritionist will provide tips on how to fuel up for the upcoming race.

Free, 6:30 p.m. 855 Boylston St., Boston,

Rock n’ Roll Yoga: Practice vinyasa yoga to a rock and roll soundtrack at The Armory in Somerville.

$15, 7:30 p.m. 191 Highland Ave., Somerville,

Tuesday, March 8

David Gessner, Nature Writer: Nature writer David Gessner will give a reading from his latest book, “All the Wild That Remains.” The event is part of the Emerald Necklace’s “Speak Out” series.

Free, 6 p.m. 360 Huntington Ave., Boston,

Wednesday, March 9

Bone Broth Workshop: L.A.-based celebrity chef Ariane Resnick will share the history of bone broth and teach you how to make your own. Walk away with her bestselling book, and feel healthier knowing that you’ve learned from a chef who has cooked for Gywneth Paltrow.

$18, 6 p.m. 38 Chauncy St., Boston,

Thursday, March 10

Puma Faster Classes: Join Puma for a free after-work bootcamp class.

Free, 6:30 p.m. 333 Newbury St., Boston,

Kick It for Room to Read: This 13-round, kickboxing-based fitness method will have you sweating in no time. Proceeds benefit the nonprofit Room to Read.

$15, 7 p.m. 1 Memorial Dr., Cambridge,

Friday, March 11

“What the Day Owes the Night” Performance: Head to the ICA this Friday night to be inspired by fitness, and see the premiere of “What the Day Owes the Night.” The highly physical dance is a fusion of acrobatics, gymnastics, ballet, and modern dance.

$40, 8 p.m. 100 Northern Ave., Boston,

Saturday, March 12

MFA Namaste Saturday: Enjoy the Museum of Fine Arts during this Saturday morning yoga class, and take a stroll through the galleries post-workout.

$25, 9 a.m. 465 Huntington Ave., Boston,

Yoga at B.Good: Enjoy an hour of yoga, followed by lunch at B. Good. The event supports Burger Brigade’s Boston Marathon team.

$25, 9:30 a.m. 131 Dartmouth St., Boston,

Friends of LBFE Yoga Class: Relax your way through an all levels adult yoga class, followed by a raffle, healthy snacks, and a social hour. Proceeds benefit the Little Brothers Friends of the Elderly charity.

$30, 9:30 a.m. 364 Boylston St., Boston,

Yoga for Emotional Resilience: Stop by YogaWorks Back Bay for this vinyasa-style workshop, which focuses on emotional well-being.

$45, 12 p.m. 364 Boylston St., Boston,

AcroYoga Barrel Rolls Workshop: Take part in this AcroYoga workshop geared toward beginner and intermediate students. This month’s workshop focuses on the Barrel Rolls pose, to help get yogis up in the air.

$40, 3 p.m. 883 Boylston St., Boston,

Sunday, March 13

Craicfest 5K: Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day a little early with this 5K in Cambridge. The race is followed by an indoor party at the CambridgeSide Galleria. Tickets include a free t-shirt and post-race food and beer.

$40, 9:30 a.m. 100 Cambridgeside Pl., Cambridge,

Spin for a Cause: Build up endurance in this Spinning class at Boston Sports Club, all while raising money for the American Liver Foundation’s and Play Brigade’s Boston Marathon teams.

$30, 10 a.m. 1 Bulfinch Pl., Boston,

Free Lululemon Yoga: An instructor from Shawmut Yoga is teaching a free power yoga class at Lululemon’s Prudential Center store.

Free, 10 a.m. 776 Boylston St., Boston,

Pedal to End Cancer: Participate in a three-hour cycle-a-thon at the Seaport Hotel to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Form a team with up to six people and share the burn in half-hour increments.

$25, 10 a.m. 1 Seaport Lane, Boston,

Pilates for Charity: This multi-level Pilates class benefits 50 Legs, a nonprofit that helps amputees receive prosthetics.

$15+ donation, 11 a.m. 1636 Washington St., Boston,