Sports, Health & Wellness
Laugh your stress away under the guidance of Mary Margaret Anderson, owner and yoga instructor at Plymouth’s Yoga Studio. On the first Tuesday of every month, Anderson leads a pack of yogis in a free session of Laughter Yoga at Lunds in Plymouth. Make sure to wear light, comfy clothes. 763.557.8626.
There’s something satisfying about navigating your way through unfamiliar territory using only your handy map and compass. Three Rivers Parks and the Minnesota Orienteering club co-sponsor this special one-day class for beginners through advanced participants. Register ahead of time, and select your skill level, then all you have to do is enjoy a new sport and learn a new skill with other outdoor enthusiasts. 763.559.6700.
The ice outside is (hopefully) getting a little thin, but the Plymouth Ice Center’s rinks are as pristine as ever. With easy access to hot food and drinks, skate sharpeners and rentals, and plenty of wide-open skating space for everyone to enjoy, you don’t need the cold winter weather to enjoy a great day of ice skating. Check website for dates and times as they vary by week. 753.509.5250.
The Fare Walk for Food Allergy brings together thousands of people seeking a safer world for the 15 million Americans with food allergies. The walk is a family-friendly event that will raise funds for food allergy research, education, advocasy and awareness. This special day in Minneapolis will include fun activities for the entire family. Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. The walk begins immediately following the walk ceremony at 10:00 a.m. Check out Foodallergywalk.org\minneapolis2014 for more information.
Hoigaards sponsors this three-month outdoor fitness club. From March through May, instructors will be guiding the GreenFit Club through introductions to canoeing, archery, geocaching, yoga, Nordic walking and more. All fitness and experience levels are welcome, and club members can choose how many and which sessions to attend. 763.694.7750.