Get Stacked Back when I was studying in England, my occasional treat would be to pop into Lush and pick up a pretty bar of soap or a moisturizing cream from the ultra-fragrant, all-natural bath brand (nope, didn’t have to tell student me to go get a wash). Nowadays, I’m sent most of my bath products for free, but I can still be tempted, once in a while, with one of Lush’s brightly colored cakes. I’m particularly keen on their new packaging-free soap duo series, which comes with two complementing soaps in a cute eco-friendly bundle. My favorites are “Ice and a Slice”, a blue, tingly peppermint soap, together with a super-refreshing lemony scent ($95), or the “Beach Bar” which comes with an exfoliating citrus bar, and a skin-soothing seaweed piece to soothe sun-exposed skin ($105). Available at Lush outlets, including Kiosk ADM 25, MTR Admiralty Station, Admiralty. Find more outlets at www.lush.com.hk OM-G Following the Great Wave of Yoga Closures of Early 2011, the inevitable is happening: The Great Wave of Yoga Reopenings of Mid-2011. This time round though, the centers are going in with a smarter business plan, smaller classes and less aggressive pushing of long-term contracts. One I’m excited about is OM Yoga & Wellness on Lyndhurst Terrace. In addition to a full yoga menu (with everything from Kundalini to Baron Baptiste power yoga), the center aims to offer a full host of wellness programs including Pilates, nia technique, massage, shiatsu, mindful eating consultations, meditation and more. And to further maximize your inner peace, Om is a contract-free environment, so you can simply pay for the classes you want to take. Suite 2001, 20/F, Car Po Commercial Building, 18-20 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, 6449-3455, www.omyoga.com.hk Flirty Fit Strap on those high heels and bust out the bustier, because for one weekend only (May 28-29) Pure Fitness at Two IFC is hosting a “Burlesque Weekend,” where you can learn tips and techniques on the art of burlesque performance—and kinda sorta get a workout as well. The two workshops are two hours each and last from 2pm to 4pm on both days. On the 28th, there’s a heels and cane workshop hosted by Pure staffer Lucia, who’ll teach you how to perform sque routine using a cane as a prop. On the 29th, there’s a feather boa workshop with Marsha, where you’ll learn to use a feather boa to perform a kitschy-sexy dance number. The workshops are open to the public and cost $300 for one, or $500 for both days. Pure cardholders get a discount and pay $150 for one workshop, $250 for two. There are only 40 places, so you’d better book now by calling 8129-8000.