Have you ever heard of or dined at Sweetgreen, known for its nutritious and delicious food and beverage offerings? In addition to yummy salads, the healthychain offers a free e-newsletter inviting subscribers to fitness classes, most of which are free.
Sweetgreen teamed up with local instructors and studios to launch Sweetgreen Passport, a monthly e-newsletter offering subscribers the chance to take fitness and lifestyle classes in the Boston, New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., areas.
Each month the Sweetgreen Passport newsletter highlights unique fitness events taking place in the regions, from barre sessions to yoga classes to indoor cycling. The majority of the classes are free of charge and exclusive to Sweetgreen Passport members.
To become a Sweetgreen Passport member and find out about free fitness classes in your community or while traveling in any of the four regions, visit the website and join with your email address.
Once signed up, members receive an email listing the fitness opportunities that month and a link to register. Because the classes are so popular and quickly fill up, a waitlist is also kept to offer spots when someone drops out.
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