Free Fitness in the Valley

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Photo courtesy CorePower Yoga
Photo courtesy CorePower Yoga

Get a move on with fitness opportunities that won’t leave your wallet lean.

CorePower Yoga

If flexibility and finding your Zen are your priorities, book a free first session at any CorePower Yoga studio. Dip into relaxation and practice stretching with instructors who teach at a slower, peaceful pace. Learn what Vinyasa yoga is all about while inspirational music plays in the background. Bring your own mat and find a class that matches your skill level, from beginner to advanced.

Six Valley locations, corepoweryoga.com

lululemon

The fitness clothing retailer offers more than shopping at its various locations. At Phoenix’s Biltmore Fashion Park, join runs along the canal each Thursday at 6 p.m. starting in front of lululemon. Not close enough? At each of its locations, you can find different fitness opportunities, from yoga to hikes, led by lululemon staff and local experts. Stay up to date by checking your preferred shop’s Facebook page.

Four Valley locations, lululemon.com

November Project

The Phoenix branch of the nationwide fitness and community-building revolution November Project wants to challenge and engage the Valley by making fitness fun – and free – for everyone. There’s no sign-up necessary to participate in running and high-intensity interval bodyweight workouts. Classes rove around the Phoenix area each Monday, but you can find the November Project at the Papago Park Amphitheater on Wednesday mornings.

november-project.com

Brunch Running

Getting up in the morning to exercise is no easy task, but a casual 5K run followed by brunch and mimosas doesn’t sound so bad. That’s the idea behind bRUNch Running, a group that makes exercise deliciously rewarding. Join on Saturday, May 18, at The Vig McCormick Ranch from 8:45 a.m.-12 p.m. It’s free to run, walk or jog with friends and family, and the first mimosa is on the house. RSVP requested.

7345 N. Via Paseo Del Sur, Scottsdale, brunchrunning.com

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