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A Yoga Party, Fitness Trunk Show, and Your Perfect Bra: Fit Fun

This week’s health-and-fitness events to keep you moving

Start your weekend in tree pose: Mint's Adams Morgan gym is hosting a yoga party tonight at 7:30. Photograph courtesy of Mint

Friday, April 29
Unwind from a long week at Mint’s Friday Night Yoga Party. The studio encourages participants to let loose their inner “wild thing” with a variety of yoga poses. 7:30 to 9:15 PM at the gym’s Adams Morgan location (1724 California St., NW). Register ($10 for members, $20 for guests) at MindBody Online.

Saturday, April 30
Participants in the Run Me Home Race can choose between 10K ($30) and 5K ($25) distances, plus there’s a fun run for kids ($10). Proceeds from the race will help raise awareness and benefit Loudoun County Foster Care and Adoption. 7:30 AM at Catoctin Elementary School (311 Catoctin Circle, SW; Leesburg). Register at

Monday, May 2 and Tuesday, May 3
Did you know that wearing the right bra can make you look ten pounds thinner? That’s what Susan Nethero, founder of Intimacy Bras, believes. Nethero, who’s appeared on Oprah five times, is opening a store at Tysons Corner Center and will be on-site conducting fittings and dispensing advice.

Wednesday, May 4

Head to a happy hour for a good cause at Chi Cha Lounge, where each $5 donation gets you a drink ticket. Proceeds support the Alzheimer Association’s DC chapter and their annual Memory Walk. Organizer Brooke Applegate has held the event for the past three years in honor of her father on his birthday. 6 to 10 PM.

Thursday, May 5
Get in a run and some shopping before work at the Nathan Accessory Products trunk show at Greenberry Coffee and Tea (1737 Wilson Blvd., Arlington). Score water bottles and other fitness gadgets for up to 20 percent off from 5 to 7 AM.

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