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6 Free Workouts to Do This Weekend
Start the weekend with yoga and live music and end it with a dance party in the pool.
Before you head out of town next week for July Fourth, squeeze in an extra workout or two here in DC. A bunch of gyms and studios are offering free classes, open houses, and more. Read on to see our top picks.
Friday, June 28
Free Yoga and Live Music
Lululemon stores host free yoga classes all time, but tonight’s 7 PM session at Lululemon Georgetown will be held to live music. Go With the Flow’s Tori Reynolds leads a vinyasa sequence while Ben Rivet accompanies with acoustic guitar. The 90-minute class is for all levels, and donations are accepted.
Saturday, June 29
Roam Fitness Open House
The three-month-old Roam Fitness in Glover Park hosts an open house this Saturday. Try out all four programs, including Row-Con, OutRun, Barbell 5/3/1, and yoga, beginning at 9 AM. Refreshments will be provided, with drinks starting at 11 AM.
Free Bar Method Classes
To celebrate its second birthday, Bar Method DC will host clinics and classes Saturday afternoon. At 12:30 and 1:15 PM, head over to the studio for free 30-minute demo classes. Reservations are not required.
Aqua Zumba Party
All are welcome to Balance Gym’s newest location in Foggy Bottom for its Surf & Turf Zumba party from 1 to 2:30 PM. You’ll work up a sweat with 30 minutes of Zumba on land and then hop into the pool for 30 minutes of aqua Zumba. Nonmembers can show up at the front desk and sign a waiver.
Injury Screening Drop-in Sessions
Potomac River Running stores now offer free drop-in injury screening sessions on Saturdays from noon to 2. This weekend, head to any of the locations in Burke, Ashburn, or Leesburg and meet with chiropractors, acupuncturists, and other pain specialists to discuss your problems and get advice on how to avoid injuries in the future.
Sunday, June 30
Yoga in the Park
Every Sunday from 5 to 6:30 PM head to Meridian Hill Park for a free yoga class led by local instructors. This Sunday, Elizabeth Greathouse of Yoga House leads the all-levels class. Visit the website to check for cancellations.