15 Healthy Things to Do This Week
Monday, February 27
Laughter Yoga: Ditch your super serious studio and try this class, which aims to relieve stress through activities and laughter. Something else to smile about? It’s free.
Free, 5:30 p.m. CIC, 50 Milk St., Boston, eventbrite.com.
Tuesday, February 28
One Life Physique Training: Enjoy a free, 30-minute strength and conditioning fitness class at One Life. Classes are small—20 spaces—so be sure to register to save your spot.
Free, 4:30 p.m and 5 p.m. 89 South St., Boston, eventbrite.com.
Wednesday, March 1
Move with Mindfulness: After a 60-minute vinyasa yoga session, which will help you slow your mind and connect with your breathing, ramp up your tastebuds with refreshments from Juice Press.
Free, 6 p.m. WeWork, 745 Atlantic Ave., Boston, eventbrite.com.
10 Tools to Thrive in the Workplace: Corporate wellness consultant and integrative health expert Olivia Napoli will discuss how improving your well-being can also help you professionally.
Free, 6 p.m. WeWork, 51 Melcher St., Boston, eventbrite.com.
Running Injury Prevention: If injuries are keeping you from reaching your running goals, visit this free injury screening and consultation to get yourself back on track.
Free, 6:30 p.m. Joint Ventures Physical Therapy, 204 Worcester St., Wellesley, eventbrite.com.
Thursday, March 2
Wang Theatre Yoga: Back by popular demand, the Wang Theatre is hosting yoga in its breathtaking Grand Lobby. Enjoy a complimentary glass of wine post-savasana.
$15, 6 p.m. Wang Theatre, 270 Tremont St., Boston, wang.convio.net.
Friday, March 3
Bowl for Special Olympics: This night of bowling benefits the Special Olympics’ Boston Marathon team, which fundraises so athletes who participate in the Special Olympics can do so for free.
$20, 6 p.m. Jillian’s Lucky Strike, 145 Ipswich St., Boston, eventbrite.com.
Barry’s Cares Charity Class: Join this charity class at Barry’s Bootcamp, which benefits the Boston Alliance of Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Youth (BAGLY). Call the studio at 857-350-4019 to book your spot.
$30, 6:30 p.m. 30 Chauncy St., Boston, barrysbootcamp.com.
Saturday, March 4
Climb to the Top Boston: Climb 61 flights of stairs in New England’s tallest building, the 200 Clarendon Tower, to help fundraise for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
$250 fundraising minimum, 8 a.m. 200 Clarendon Tower, 200 Clarendon St., Boston, nationalmssociety.org.
Free Barre & Soul Method Class: In this hour-long barre-less barre class, you’ll strengthen your core with ballet conditioning, cardio, Pilates, yoga, and meditation. Bring your own mat.
Free, 8:30 a.m. Athleta, 92 Newbury St., Boston, eventbrite.com.
One Hundred Years of Modern Dance: Learn dances from famous choreographers at this open class for teens and adults. Learn the steps in slippers, jazz shoes, or barefoot.
$30, 12:30 p.m. Integrarte Arts, 85 Seaverns Ave., Jamaica Plain, integrarteusa.com.
It Takes Two: Bring a friend to this partner bouldering competition at Brooklyn Boulders. The teams who complete the course fastest will win prizes.
$30 each, 2 p.m. Brooklyn Boulders Somerville, 12A Tyler St., Somerville, eventbrite.com.
Sunday, March 5
Fueling for Boston: The Boston Marathon is a little more than a month away—are you eating right? Sports nutritionist Nancy Clark will be on hand to answer questions and give advice.
Free, 10 a.m. Marathon Sports, 255 Washington St., Wellesley, eventbrite.com.
Save Your Running: If you’ve given up on running, try this workshop. You will learn how to stretch effectively, and how to take stress off your back, knees, and feet.
$55, 10 a.m. The Arlington Center, 369 Mass. Ave., Arlington, eventbrite.com.
B/SPOKE Charity Ride: Help fundraise for the Mass Eye and Ear Boston Marathon team at B/Spoke. A 45-minute cycling class will be followed by refreshments.
$30, 2 p.m. B/Spoke, 101 Federal St., Boston, eventbrite.com.