Strike a pose (at home).
What: Nix the intimidation factor of large classes (and improve your practice) by having Maria Cadena come to you for a one-on-one in your abode.
Why: For every session ($35), five bucks goes to the nonprofit of your choice (One Love Generation, Trees Atlanta, Barking Hound Village Foundation Rescue).
When: You’re ready to master that headstand.
Where: Email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a session.
Buckhead Bachelorette Blowouts
What: Total packages (prices vary) for your last fling before the ring include hair and makeup (plus wine) at William David Salon, dinner at Cellar 56, and VIP treatment at East Andrews.
Why: You can customize the shindig for your group.
When: Before saying “I do.”
Where: William David Salon, 3280 Peachtree Rd., ste. 120, Buckhead (678-927-9065); Cellar 56 and East Andrews, 56 E. Andrews Dr., Buckhead. Call 404-869-1132 to coordinate.
Late-Night Pie at Pie Shop
What: Score a sweet slice (sweet carrot, rhubarb apple, cherry and pear) or, better yet, a savory handheld pie (mushroom, onion, and cheddar; potato and celery), beef empanada, or spanakopita.
Why: It’s just steps away from the bars, so stumble on over.
When: Fri. & Sat., 11 a.m.-1 a.m.
Where: 3210e Roswell Rd., Buckhead (404-841-4512).
Poochsicles & Bark Bites
What: A food truck for our furry friends with all-natural fro yo, ice cream, and organic treats.
Why: Flavors like Face Licker (peanut butter honey), Cat Chaser (sweet potato molasses), and Butt Sniffer (apple, banana, and peanut butter).
When: Your pup needs to chill.
Where: Follow @poochsicles on Twitter.
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