The best sports and fitness events in Pittsburgh this week

Looking to get fit?

From yoga and wine tasting to a deal on scuba diving classes, there's plenty to do when it comes to sports and fitness activities coming up in Pittsburgh this week. Read on for a rundown.

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Vino & Vinyasa 

Is relaxation on your to-do list this week? Then stop by this yoga session that is followed by a glass of wine. Certified instructors Sarah Reed-Lieb and Kate Clingan will guide the class through a one hour and 15-minute 80s-themed class. Guests are encouraged to wear neon colors and leg warmers. Your ticket includes a yoga session, a glass of vino and a raffle ticket to win hand-crafted goods.

When: Thursday, April 4, 6:15-9 p.m.
Where: EngineHouse 25, 3339 Penn Ave.
Price: $22

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Up to 45 Percent Off Discover Scuba Class

Feeling adventurous? Check out a deal on a scuba diving course at the All Things Aquatic Dive Center. The steal includes a beginner's course for one or two on the basics of breathing underwater guided by instructors certified by the Professional Association of Diving.

Where: All Things Aquatic Dive Center, 2544 Library Road, Overbrook
Price: $31-$61 (up to 51 percent discount off regular price)

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Up to 50 Percent Off Scuba Classes at Splash Water Sports

If you're interested in even more water activities, check out a deal on scuba diving courses at Splash Water Spor. The steal includes a three-hour private or group scuba diving course, which includes a classroom and swimming pool session led by a team of PADI-certified divers. Students must be age 10 and older to participate. 

Where: Splash Water Sports, 2905 Banksville Road, Dormont
Price: $60-$99 (50 percent discount off regular price)

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