Yoga @ NOMA | Loews New Orleans
New Orleans

New Orleans is more than known for its tempting variety of options for the avid foodie and cocktail connoisseur. And by all means, you mustn’t hold back! We encourage you to find your culinary adventure and take in all the fantastic sights and tastes — guilt-free! We have some fitness tips and activities that will allow you to indulge in all that the Big Easy has to offer without worrying about the consequences.

The Sweat Social | Loews New Orleans

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The Sweat Social

A fitness and wellness group created especially for the busy traveller, The Sweat Social has partnered with Loews New Orleans to bring a stellar workout to its guests right on property. At 7:00 AM every Tuesday, a high-intensity, power-packed, 30-minute workout takes place just adjacent to the hotel in the Piazza d’Italia. (In case of rain, the workout is moved indoors.) You need only to speak to the Concierge to sign up and the cost of the class ($20 per person) can be automatically charged to your room. As a reward for burning off all those calories, you will receive Swizzle Stick’s secret Password of the Week to get you a $5 cocktail at the bar! If you don’t happen to be free on a Tuesday morning, TSS offers running tours throughout the city and its colorful neighborhoods, other group classes and even fitness scavenger hunts.

Yoga @ NOMA | Loews New Orleans

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Yoga at NOMA

If you’re an art lover, or perhaps you’re just looking for a little something different, bring your yoga mat to the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA). Classes in pilates and yoga are offered every Saturday at 8:00 AM. For only $5, you can find your zen in the midst of exquisite pieces of the museum’s permanent collection, or if the weather is nice, outside in the Sculpture Garden.

City Park Pedal Boat | Loews New Orleans

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Running & Biking at City Park

City Park is one of our favorite NOLA gems, comprised of luscious green spaces spanning over 1300 acres. With 60 acres of forest, 4 miles of bike paths, a 400-meter polyurethane track and countless other trails and walkways perfect for running and biking, there’s something for everyone here. Don’t have your own set of wheels? No worries. Bike rentals run as low as $9 hourly ($7 for kids) at the Boat House on Big Lake. Pedal boats are also available for rent at $25/hour, along with kayaks, canoes and stand-up paddleboards.

Lizzie