13 Healthy Things to Do This Week

From free fitness to "belly button healing."

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A Fitbit Local class/Photo provided

Monday, July 10

Hip Hop Yoga in the Square: Fitbit Local Ambassador Cara Gilman will be running this evening yoga class, set to a soundtrack of Top 40 and hip hop hits.

Free, 6:30 p.m. Copley Square, 560 Boylston St., Boston, eventbrite.com.

Tuesday, July 11

Balanced Bod Core n’ More: MoveWith is bringing free fitness classes to this scenic Kendall Square rooftop. First up: a full-body workout with Cara Scinto.

Free, 5:30 p.m. Kendall Square Roof Garden, 90 Broadway, Cambridge, movewith.com.

Santander Public Soccer Clinic: Santander and the New England Revolution are co-hosting this public soccer clinic, which will include demonstrations, interactive events, and refreshments on the Esplanade. Members of the Revolution and its coaching staff will be there to help out. NOTE: This event has been rescheduled for 3 p.m. on July 12.

Free, 3 p.m. Teddy Ebersol Field on the Esplanade, Boston, facebook.com.

SUP-Yo/photo provided

Wednesday, July 12

Sunset SUP Yoga: Stand-up paddleboarding meets yoga in this sunset class. Flow through a yoga class while balancing atop a board in the water, giving your core—and your mind—an extra challenge.

$40, 6:45 p.m. Gillette Dock at Fort Point Pier, Boston, sup-yo.com.

Thursday, July 13

Free Barre3: Join Athleta for a free Barre3 class in Chestnut Hill, followed by refreshments back in the store.

Free, 9:45 a.m. Athleta, 220 Boylston St., Chestnut Hill, eventbrite.com.

Introducing the Sweatwork: Health coach Jenny Hanway is introducing the Sweatwork—a “mentoring and mastermind” group for current or aspiring fitness professionals—after teaching a free barre class.

Free, 6 p.m. Reebok, 655 Tremont St., Boston, eventbrite.com.

Yoga on Tudor Wharf: Summer calls for waterfront yoga classes. If they’re followed by Sweetgreen salads and vodka cocktails on the pier, even better.

$30, 6:30 p.m. Residence Inn by Marriot, Tudor Wharf, 34 Charles River Ave., Boston, eventbrite.com.

Friday, July 14

Miles Over the Moon: This nighttime road race runs through historic Salem and past the waterfront before ending at the Salem Common. Proceeds benefit the Wicked Running Club Youth Running Fund, a group that donates to local high school track programs and supports kid-friendly races in the area.

$25, 8 p.m. Washington Square East, Salem, wickedrunningclub.com.

Saturday, July 15

Run to Home Base: For the first time, this annual race at Fenway Park is offering a 5K run or walk in addition to the usual 9K run. The event benefits post-9/11 veterans, service members, and their families.

$25 plus $750 fundraising minimum, 8 a.m. Fenway Park, 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, runtohomebase.org.

Brunch Fit Healthworks + Coolidge Corner Clubhouse: Brunch doesn’t count when you burn it off with a Healthworks cycling class, right? Right.

$39, 10 a.m. Healthworks, 325 Harvard St., Brookline, eventbrite.com.

Belly Button Healing: Using the practice of “belly button healing,” this workshop promises to help improve your gut health, energy, and well-being.

$10, 1:30 p.m. Body & Brain, 235 Harvard St., Brookline, eventbrite.com.

Sunday, July 16

Brunch Fit Bar Method + Post 390: Consider your brunch plans for Sunday set, thanks to this collaboration between the Bar Method and Post 390. Sweat out the weekend with a barre class, then enjoy brunch and mimosas at Post 390.

$39, 11 a.m. The Bar Method, 234 Clarendon St., Boston, eventbrite.com.

The Bigger Yes: You’ll leave this deep yoga and inquiry workshop feeling balanced and courageous, thanks to a blend of yoga and learning to embrace your inner “yes.” Be sure to bring a notebook.

$75, 1 p.m. South Boston Yoga, 36 W Broadway, Boston, southbostonyoga.net.