Another way to release your wiggle.
Remember 2015, when wellness goals were fun and aspirational because no one had to start until next week? Reality check: they still are. Don’t miss the walk for the step count, people. If your healthy new routine (or lack thereof) has you feeling stuck in a rut already, it’s time to try something new. I got you:
- What’s a great core workout that comes with a chiffon skirt and its own specialty cocktail? Anything you want, honestly (wink, wink), but you could also try Dance Quarter
’s (1719 Toledano St.; www.dancequarter.com
) belly dance ladies’ night
on Tuesday (Jan. 12). Tickets are $25 at the door. (If you’re not a lady, or if belly dancing’s not quite your speed, you can try any of Dance Quarter’s classes
this week for just $5.)
- Tuesday is also a climb (and yoga) by donation day
at New Orleans Boulder Lounge
(1746 Tchoupitlouas St.; www.facebook.com/climbnobl
). All contributions go to Edible Schoolyard New Orleans
- Babies should probably not rock climb, but you can take them to Family Flow Yoga
at Longue Vue House & Gardens (7 Bamboo Road, 504-488-5488; www.longuevue.com
) tomorrow. The class welcomes parents, expectant mothers and kids up to age 3. The suggested donation is $5.
- Swan River Yoga Arabi
(7011 St. Claude Ave.; www.swanriveryogaarabi.com
) celebrates its fifth anniversary
on Thursday (Jan. 14). Drop by for a community party with a free yoga class, vegan dinner and a silent auction. Money raised will help the donation-based studio pay its rent and insurance bill.
- Are you ready to go deeper at barre class? Deeper… deeper… now pulse
. If you’re looking to hone your technique, Pure Barre
) is offering a free, 75-minute class this week to help you do just that: Thursday at the Magazine Street location
and Saturday in Metairie
. The catch: you must complete at least three Pure Barre classes in order to sign up. But hey, you’ve got all week!
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