Every week, our goal is to provide you, our loyal readers with the best activities to help you stay physically active in Indy. And this week, we’re back with another list of cool and fun things to do for you to experience with your friends and family to help you get your body moving. If we missed an event, shoot us an email and let us know.
Colts 5K | Finish on the 50
Grab your sneakers and finish on the 50 at the Colts 5K, presented by Indiana University Health! The Colts 5K course takes you through beautiful Downtown Indianapolis and gives each participant exclusive access to Lucas Oil Stadium. For more information, www.colts5k.com.
Power Vinyasa at CoreLife Eatery
Enjoy a 45-minute power vinyasa yoga at CoreLife Eatery led by Hot Room. And the best part, it’s free! You will tone your body and leave inspired to live life off your mat in a more powerful way. After the class, enjoy 50% off your meal at CoreLife Eatery. For more information, www.eventbrite.com.
Yoga Outdoors at Newfields
Stretch your limbs and realign mind, body, and spirit while being surrounded by inspiring art and nature with Yoga at Newfields. Enjoy an hour-long vinyasa yoga session, offered by registered instructors. For ages 13 and up. For more information, discovernewfields.org.
If you enjoy dancing then this workshop is for you! Learn some of the latest hip-hop dances with a mix of cardio to help you burn calories while having fun. For more information, www.eventbrite.com.
Invoke Studio Vinyasa Yoga at Sun King Spirits
Join Jillian McAfee with Invoke Studio for Vinyasa Yoga benefiting Little Red Door. Vinyasa, a style of yoga, is a flowing sequence of asanas that ties movement with breath. All levels are welcome. For more information, www.eventbrite.com.
Yoga 101: Yoga for Beginners
New to yoga but want to see what it’s all about? This a great way to start your yoga practice! Beginners or anyone with little yoga experience will learn the fundamentals of Vinyasa Yoga. This workshop provides students with the guidance they need to develop a safe and beneficial yoga practice. For more information, www.wellnessliving.com.