Looking to burn off those extra beer calories? Follow up your St. Patrick’s Day revelry with some dancing this weekend. Or sign up for an Irish step dancing class or watch a lively belly dancer’s performance — that is, if you’re not quite ready to hit the dance floor.
And just in case, we’ve added a few alternatives like kickboxing and yoga to get you moving. There’s no excuse: find your own rhythm!
Where/When: Persian Tea Room, 249-38 Horace Harding Expy., Little Neck, on Saturday at 10 p.m.
Why Go: Belly dancer “Roni” will make your dining experience unforgettable with her hypnotic undulating moves and exotic costumes. At the very least, it will help your digestion.
Pricing: Performance is free with dinner.
Where/When: Queensborough Community College, 222-05 56th Ave., Bayside, on Sunday at 3 p.m.
Why Go: Watch the spectacular 20-member dance troupe and their display of authentic dances from various Ukrainian towns. The distinctive dances include ballet as well as few poignant moments in which the performers speak to the audience.
Pricing: Tickets are $35.
Where/When: 40-31 235th St., Douglaston, classes run throughout the weekend.
Why Go: Keep up that Celtic spirit by signing up for an Irish step class with a friend. Or, get your heart pumping with a Zumba class and learn the latest Latin-inspired dance moves before you dare to debut them on the dance floor.
Pricing: Prices vary. Call the studio at 718-225-5252.
Where/When: 253-26 Northern Blvd., Little Neck. Classes are held Monday thru Saturday.
Why Go: Take your pick of martial arts from Brazilian Jiu Jitsu to kickboxing. You can also try Jeet Kune Do, made famous by classic Kung-Fu movie star Bruce Lee. The small classes will guarantee you personal attention.
Pricing: The first week is free. For more info click our link.
Where/When: Bonda Yoga, 4A Bond St., Great Neck. Classes held daily.
Why Go: The classes at this yoga studio are intended to help align the body and mind to allow you a bonding experience of complete relaxation. Community classes are free to the public.
Pricing: First week is free.