Get 10 percent off class cards, boutique items and annual memberships at DIG Yoga in Old City and Lambertville through Sunday. Mention the deal at the studio or use the code LOVEMOM online. The Philly location is also doing a special Restoratives class for Mother’s Day on Sunday from 5:30 to 7 ($18).
The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia is hosting a free family-friendly bike ride in honor of Mother’s Day on Sunday. The CycloFemme Ride—one of over 200 such rides taking place around the world on Mother’s Day—kicks off at 9 a.m. at Cadence Cycling & Multisport in Manyunk (4323 Main Street). A beginners’ ride (5 to 10 miles) will head off down the Schuylkill Trail; an intermediate ride, mostly on road, will head out for a 35-mile spin. RSVP here.
It’s B.Y.O.M.—bring your own Mom—at Shanti Yoga Shala (12th and Spruce) on Sunday. Moms practice free.
Same goes for Stillpoint Yoga Studios in KOP, according to a message on the studio’s Facebook page: Bring your mom to the 9:30 a.m. Power Vinyasa class or the 3 p.m. Vinyana Flow, and mom gets in free.
Bala Cynwyd’s Katrin Elia Yoga is hosting a “Yoga for Women” class on Sunday that’s made for moms. It will focus on asanas that promote optimal health for women. The class is from 5:30 to 7 ($25).
Focus Fitness Main Line’s Mother’s Day Yoga Workshop is a mother-daughter partner practice teaching Kundalini yoga exercises and meditations you can replicate at home. The class is from 4 to 6 on Saturday ($30 for one family member, $5 for each additional). More here (click the Workshops tab).
Balance Spa and Fitness at the Omni in Old City is offering discounted spa deals for Mother’s Day. Get ‘em here.
Okay, so it’s not just for Mother’s Day exactly, but we won’t tell Mom if you don’t. Lululemon Suburban Square hosts free hot-yoga classes every Sunday evening at Hotbox Yoga in Manayunk from 6:30 to 7:45. Wayne’s Lululemon location offers complimentary classes on Sunday, too, at Focus Fitness Brandywine in Glen Mills. Namaste!