Fall has arrived!

Here are some of our ideas to help make you fierce, fit and fabulous this weekend.

Get your Zen on – DJ Style

Check out this week’s Yoga Rocks the Park.

Saturday, September 13th – 11 AM

Danielle Jokinen + Lakshmi

http://www.yogarocksthepark.com/minneapolis.html

PRE-PLAN

Paddle your way through the Twin Cities.

Join Mightyssippi in a 14 mile paddle down the wet and wild Mississippi. Spots were still open as of this am! The event is not until Sept 20, but we wanted to give you a heads up before it fills up.

http://www.mightyssippi.com/

HIKING

Fall Hike Under the Lights

Lake Elmo Park Reserve will be turning on the lights for hikers to enjoy evening Fall hikes.

 http://bit.ly/1svrQ6b

The Trails are open – scout out the best for your fall color tour.

Minnesota is filled with amazing hikes, test out a few and pick the best to enjoy once the leaves turn.

Find a trail near you.

http://www.exploreminnesota.com/things-to-do/hiking/

Looking for a last minute race? –  Try one of these more interesting races.

Saturday, September 13

Run through the tunnels in Duluth in the Minnesota Power Tunnel 10k & Wheels of Half Marathon

http://www.northshorerun.com/

Saturday, September 13

19th Annual NorthShore Inline Marathon

Enjoy the country’s most scenic and exciting inline skating event along the beautiful North Shore of Lake Superior! There is a full, half and kids’ race, plus many other cool activities.

http://northshoreinline.com/

Stillwater Stairs

Congrats to Stillwater for being voted one of the country’s best places to see the Fall colors. But don’t just drink wine and take in the colors – be active and do what the locals do – the Stillwater stairs.

http://bit.ly/1uyluCR

Biking

Saturday, September 13

Bike for a cause – the annual Pancreatic Cancer ride is beautiful and raises awareness and dollars towards a deadly cancer.

Elm Creek Regional Park

http://purpleridestride.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1097138

Saturday, September 13

Learn and Ride

Bike with a Ranger at Mathews Park, Minneapolis Travel back through time to discover why the Twin Cities stand where they are today. Don’t miss the summer’s next-to-last opportunity to explore the mighty Mississippi with a National Park Service ranger.  This 10-mile bike tour should be a fun ride for eager learners of all ages.

http://www.nps.gov/findapark/event-listing.htm?eventID=441781

Love tea?  Try your chance on this tea inspired contest and walk away with tea for a year.

Now – Sept. 22: Tea for All Nominations: Twin Cities-based tea company TeaSource is hosting a contest to determine the customer favorite tea of 2014. Nominations can be submitted online  teasource.com

Try some of the fun recipes this weekend, we have posted on Pinterest. 

Let us know which ones you think are delicious.

http://www.pinterest.com/Wellnessprojmn/healthy-eats/

 

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