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Youth Rugby in South Miami: The Miami Rugby Youth Division, which serves boys ages 6-18, will be practicing Mondays and Wednesdays in Murray Park from 6-8 PM. We welcome athletes to join us for practice to see if they like the sport; 6 p.m. Wednesday and Monday; Murray Park, 6700 SW 58th Pl., South Miami. 305-400-0134, ext 101, www.miamirugbykids.com.

5K Run/Walk & Half Marathon Race for Women’s Wellness: The eighth annual event benefits The Lisa Boccard Breast Cancer Fund/Broward Health Coral Springs, which provides free mammograms to women who do not have insurance or are under insured; 6 a.m. Saturday; Coral Springs SportsPlex, 2575 Sportsplex Dr. 954-344-3344, BrowardHealth.org/womensrace.

Zumba Gold: For active older adults or anyone looking for lower intensity and lower impact dance fitness party called Zumba; 10 a.m. Saturday; Holy Rosary St. Richard Catholic School, 18455 Franjo Rd., Cutler Bay. $5. 786-201-2511, www.zumbawithfabi.com.

It’s Fun! It’s Fitness! It’s Zumba! Beginners are welcome. Be ready to move your body and sweat with instructor Barbi Triana; 6:30 p.m. Thursday; Temple Emanu-El, 1701 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. $5. 305-538-2503, www.tesobe.org.

Alzheimer’s Association Memory Screening: The Alzheimer’s Association is offering free screenings for individuals and loved ones concerned about their memory; 1 p.m. Wednesday; Miami Jewish Health Systems, 5200 NE Second Ave., Little Haiti. Free. 800-272-3900, alz.org/seflorida.

Community Health Fair: Annual event includes free screenings for blood pressure, medical exams, child physicals and body fat analysis. Also includes nutrition counseling; mental health information; chiropractic exams; information on stroke and cancer prevention; and vegetarian sampling; 10 a.m. March 31; North Miami SDA Church, 12800 N. Miami Ave., Biscayne Gardens. Free. 786-344-3155, www.northmiamisdachurch.org.

Gentle Yoga @ Killian Pines: Class begins with a meditation on the breath. Followed by chair seated warm-ups, some chair assisted standing poses, additional floor poses and ends with a guided relaxation and meditation; 10 a.m. Tuesday; Killian Pines United Methodist Church, 10755 SW 112th St., Kendall. $12. 305-274-8029, www.facebook.com/pages/Miami-FL/Yoga-with-Stacey/136769145885?ref=ts.

Meditation and Yoga Classes: Classical yoga, including meditation and simple exercises, can be done by anyone for clearer thinking, better health, inner peace and long life. Men and women of all ages are welcome; 7 p.m. Wednesday; West Dade Regional Library, 9445 Coral Way. Free. 305-926-3578, ilovemeditation.net.

Pilates Mat Class: Open to the community, all levels welcome. Stretch and strengthen in a welcoming, private studio, next to Merrick Park with free parking. Pilates is great for improving core muscles and flexibility; 11 a.m. Sunday; Conscious Movement Pilates, 4100 Salzedo St., Coral Gables. $8 (first class). 786-953-7623, www.conscious-movement.com.

Yoga in Miami Shores: Restorative yoga class; 7 p.m. Thursday, Saturday and Monday; Sage Lifestyles, 211 NE 98th St., Miami Shores. $10. 305-456-5337, www.sagelifestyles.com.

Street Hockey: Players wanted for pick-up games on Saturday and Sunday mornings in North Miami-Dade and South Broward. Group does not use helmets, pads or rollerblades. Down to earth group of guys looking to run for a couple of hours; 9 a.m. Sunday; Spring Valley Park, 1700 NW 160th Avenue, Pembroke Pines. Free.

K and D Total Body Fitness Bootcamp: Get into shape with this structured physical fitness and training program; 7 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and Monday; Uleta Park, 398 NE 169th St., North Miami Beach. First class free, $5 daily, $20 a week. 786-709-6485, www.facebook.com/KandDTotalBodyFitness?ref=ts&fref=ts.

Family Yoga: Class focuses on proper posture. Beginners are encouraged to go only as far into a pose as they can hold correctly. Pose options available for beginners to lifetime practitioners; 5 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday; Atlantis Natural, 1717 N. Bayshore Dr., Miami. $80 per month or $25 per class. 305-379-2722, www.atlantisnatural.com/event-calendar/.

Yoga For Adults: Health benefits include flexibility, range of motion, strength and improved posture. The class uses a Tibetan technique from Hawaii known as “eyes open” which focuses on proper posture; 6 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday; Atlantis Natural, 1717 N. Bayshore Dr., Miami. $80 per month. 305-379-2722, www.atlantisnatural.com/event-calendar/.

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