13 Food- (and Booze-) Focused Fitness Events Happening This Month

Get your detox-to-retox on at these 13 events.

Sip & Spin

A past Sip & Spin event/Photo provided

Exercising sure does work up an appetite, huh? But here’s a thought: Instead of face planting into whatever’s in your fridge post-gym, you could sign up for one of these 13 food- or booze-focused fitness events. That’s what we call a good, old fashioned win-win.

August 19-21

Warrior Weekend: This event is far heavier on fitness than food, but we say that’s never a bad thing. Join SUP-YO for stand-up paddleboard yoga on Friday; Charlestown Cycling Club for cycling on Saturday; Dare U Fitness for bootcamp on Sunday; and Blackmoor Bar and Kitchen for Sunday brunch.

$35, multiple dates, times, and locations, dareufitness.com.

August 20

Sweat and Superfoods: Where better to enjoy healthy food than the Boston Public Market? There, wellness expert Jennifer Hanway will lead a HIIT class, then host a superfood brunch.

$25, 9:30 a.m. 100 Hanover St., Boston, eventbrite.com.

August 21

Yoga Fundraiser at Idle Hands: Get a workout, check out the new Idle Hands brewery, and donate to charity, all in one. Proceeds from this event benefit the Feed Foundation’s effort to provide 5 million meals globally.

$25, 11 a.m. 89 Commercial St., Malden, eventbrite.com.

Sip & Spin at Shortpath Distillery: Join Tempo Cycling for a 45-minute Spin class in the tasting room, then cool down with a distillery tour, a tasting, and a specialty cocktail.

$35, 12 p.m. 71 Kelvin St., Everett, eventbrite.com.

August 23

Summer Sweat and Refuel: At this event, trainer Cassie Brown will put you through a grueling HIIT class, then holistic health coach Kerri Axelrod will teach you about post-workout refueling—complete with food and drink samples at Thirst Juice Company.

$20, 6 p.m. 44 School St., Boston, eventbrite.com.

August 24

Yoga, Wine, and Farm Dinner: How’s this for an Instagram-able evening? Concord’s Saltbox Farm will first host an outdoor vinyasa yoga class, then offer a farm-to-table dinner with specially selected wines.

$175, 5:30 p.m. 40 Westford Road, Concord, ticketbud.com.

Patio Vinyasa at the Alibi Boston: Alibi and Beacon Hill Yoga are cohosting an ideal after work event. Start with an hour-long yoga class, then wind down with a cocktail or beer of your choice.

$30, 6 p.m. 215 Charles St., Boston, yogabeaconhill.com.

August 25

Sip & Spin at Bully Boy Distillers: Tempo brings the party to Bully Boy on August 25. Just don’t RUI (ride under the influence).

$35, 5:30 p.m. 35 Cedric St., Roxbury, eventbrite.com.

Bend & Brew at Studio Sixteen: Give it your all during a one-hour vinyasa flow, then refuel with a beer tasting from Castle Island Brewing and an array of healthy snacks.

$25, 7 p.m. 256 Marginal St., Boston, popupasana.com.

August 27

Sip & Spin at Downeast Cider House: Fall is just around the corner (we can’t believe it either), so you may as well celebrate with a cider and a high-energy cycling class from Tempo.

$35, 10:30 a.m. 200 Terminal St., Charlestown, eventbrite.com.

Yoga in the Taproom: Start your Sunday with Hudson’s Medusa Brewing Company. A $15 ticket gets you an hour-long vinyasa class and one beer.

$15, 10:30 a.m. 111 Main St., Hudson, eventbrite.com.

Yoga at Blue Hill Brewery: Come yogis, come beer lovers, come all. Your ticket entitles you to class and plenty of craft beer samples.

$20, 11 a.m. 1020 Turnpike St., Canton, eventbrite.com.

August 28

Brunch Fit with EveryBodyFights and Stats: Earn your brunch with a boxing-inspired class at EveryBodyFights, then head to Stats Bar and Grille for a boozy brunch.

$39, 11 a.m. 15 Channel Center St., Boston, movewith.com.