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Weekend Warriors: Five Workouts to Kickstart Your Resolution

Join your community on the mat.
Join your community on the mat. Tiffany Bray Yoga Facebook Page
It’s a week into 2018, and time to test those New Year’s resolutions. Did you commit to get fit? Check out these free and cheap workouts around the metro area this weekend to get motivated.

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Get moving in the Zumba dance party.
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Friday Night Zumba with Jess
Dardano’s School of Gymnastics
Friday, January 5, 7:30 p.m.

Get moving on Friday night with Jess Hernandez. All are welcome to this free class, with a “dance party-like” environment. The Zumba party will continue every Friday night through the winter at 7 p.m. at Dardano’s School of Gymnastics. Donations are appreciated at the free class; more information can be found on Hernandez’s Facebook event page.

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Ditch the shoes and grab your mat.
Boulder Running Club Facebook Page
Big Booty Yoga at Boulder Running Club
Boulder Running Club — Cherry Creek
Saturday, January 6, 10 a.m.

The Boulder Running Club — Cherry Creek team is trading in running shoes for yoga mats this Saturday. Big Booty Yoga founder Kady Lafferty will be leading a “mindful morning of yoga,” a restorative practice combined with meditation. Though the class is free, yogis are asked to bring a yoga mat and a bottle of water. For more information, visit the event's website.

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Stretch out in the Mercury Cafe.
Tiffany Bray Yoga Facebook page
Community Yoga
Mercury Cafe
Saturday, January 6, 10 a.m.

The Mercury Cafe is opening the upper level of its space Saturday morning to welcome the community for a donation-based yoga class. Instructor Tiffany Bray will lead attendees through an Align and Flow class safe for all levels; mats will be provided. To learn more about Tiffany Bray and her yoga affiliations, visit her Facebook page.

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Lauren Archuletta is a contributor for Westword's arts section, covering Denver's health and wellness scene. Follow her work for tips on cheap workouts and which yoga classes include mimosas and beer.