Healthy highlights from the Summer Wellness Guide: July 11—17

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It’s Monday—time to scour the Summer Wellness Guide and make plans for a healthy, fun-filled week. We’ve made it easy for you with these boot camps, yoga classes, and outdoor workouts in the park and on the piers—many of them free!

Monday, July 11: Good Yoga, good week. Head to this Greenpoint studio for a rooftop yoga class with stellar Manhattan views. Page 4.

Tuesday, July 12: Get a running start on your week with a free after-work run club hosted by Nike that meets at 57th & 5th Avenue. Page 12.

Wednesday, July 13: End your day with a free yoga class in Riverside Park followed by an outdoor showing of an old-school horror flick—1933’s The Invisible Man. Page 5.

Thursday, July 14: Try an early-morning Circuit of Change mind-body bootcamp class, which combines plyometrics, interval training, and strength training, all along the Hudson River. Page 8.

Friday, July 15: Start your weekend with a venture into Brooklyn for organic garden dining in Fort Greene or a healthy French meal at a rooftop bistro in Williamsburg. Page 14.

Saturday, July 16: Run 4 miles in Central Park to benefit the very park you’re running in, at the Central Park Conservancy Run. Page 18.

Sunday, July 17: Pack a Zipcar with as many friends as you can fit and head to Far Rockaway for surfing lessons. If you can catch on now, you’ll have almost three more months master the waves. Page 10.

Need details? Download your free Summer Wellness Guide today! And share it with a friend.

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