End the month on a Zen note by partaking in some free yoga led by Jessica Messina from Yojo Yoga. Hosted by the hip athletic gear brand Without Walls inside the Urban Outfitters in Herald Square, relax to live music by DJ Megz during your full-body workout. Just be sure to BYOM (bring your own mat). And make sure to R.S.V.P. at wwyojo.splashthat.com.
Head to the brand's Broadway shop for a one-hour, sweat-inducing vinyasa/hatha yoga class hosted by Michelle Rose. FYI: Mats will be provided, of course.
Guess what: Heart-rate monitoring is the new rage. Experience a heart-pounding, sweat-inducing cycling routine (45mins) while you test out Drill Fitness's cutting-edge technology. The instructors will be able to measure your performance and monitor your progress, so get ready to be hooked!
Get acquainted with Essentrics, an exercise method that combines strength and stretching, with trainer Erika Vipond. The low-impact workout promises to improve posture and flexibility—all to the sounds of a killer playlist.
Although the all-women's boutique-fitness classes ordinarily run you $34 a pop, the studio sometimes offers a community class to test out new trainers. Uplift is known for its small classes, so hurry to its website to secure a spot in this midday strength class with instructor Kirsten.
Exhale's megapopular Core Fusion Barre classes are a cool-girl favorite (and they're usually a cool $37), so it seems only natural that the spa-studio would team up with chic activewear brand Sweaty Betty for a free class at its Soho store. Led by instructor Natalie Bridges, the 50-minute class targets every muscle group with a range of ballet-inspired movements and (you guessed it) plenty of core work.
Curious about capoeria? Head to Lolë for a meet-up dedicated to the Brazilian-dance/martial-arts mash-up. Afterward, enjoy Brazilian snacks, KIND bars and 20 percent off Lolë's new spring apparel.
Activewear line Athleta and wellness site Well+Good continue their popular Sweat Series, a first-come, first-served (doors open at 9am) peek at the most popular fitness trends in NYC. The next session, Yoga and Chocolate with David Romanelli, comes with plenty of swag like a Well+Good tote bag, Fig+Yarrow foot butter, a copy of the yogi's book Happy Is the New Healthy and a chance to win a $100 Athleta gift card.
ChaiseFitness cofounders Lauren and Rachel Piskin are bringing their ReinventYOU video workout series to Athleta's three locations as an on-the-go version of their Pilates-based Reinvention Method and guiding clients through the other offerings at their three NYC studios. Space is limited so R.S.V.P. to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot. Locations throughout the city; visit athleta.net