You will need a mat and we also recommend bringing a towel and a bottle of water. If you do not own a mat we have them available for rent at $2, or we have high quality mats available for purchase. Towels are available also for $1, and bottled water for $2.
The more you practice, the lower the cost to you. Membership is the best deal in town if you are a annual resident. We also have discounted packages of 5 and 10 classes, as well as weekly and monthly unlimited packages. You can always drop in for a single class price of $20, or if you pre-register online for $18.  Visit for more information on our class prices.
Yes, we always have a great introductory offer available for new & local students. Haven’t been back in over a year? We want you back and will give you the intro offer one more time.
Biscayne– Parking is free in the gated parking lot south of the building where the studio is located on 73rd street. Simply park in the unmarked spots or on the grass Monday – Friday between 8am – 6pm. The entire lot is open after 6pm and all weekend long.. The studio entrance is in front of the building, on Biscayne Blvd.

Miami Lakes– All unmarked spots are available at any time. Please do not park under the overhang in the numbered spots.

Sunny Isles– Students can park anywhere in the lot at any time. If the front lot is full, no worries, there is a huge lot behind the building.

Anything that is comfortable for you to move in!
We have classes for all levels of experience and ability. Our Basic and Yoga 1 classes are perfect for beginners, those working with pain or injury, or anyone who would like a good healthy flow without any of the hype.
The Yoga 2 and 3 classes are for more experienced yogis but everyone is welcome and we can modify poses for you.

There are descriptions of our classes here.

Yoga is adaptable for all sorts of body types and that includes people with injuries or other issues. Many injuries, such as low back pain, may actually be helped through yoga. Let us know of any physical issues that you have and we will help you to modify poses for your comfort.
Yoga develops flexibility but is does not require it. Even if you can’t touch your toes you can still do yoga; poses are not forced and will help you to stretch out as the class progresses.
We teach vinyasa yoga, which is a flowing style of yoga, synchronizing movement with breath.
It is a good idea to arrive a few minutes before your class so you can find a spot and settle in. If it is your first time with us, you will want to arrive earlier – maybe 10 – 15 minutes before the class – to fill out a form and have any of your questions answered before the class begins.
We recommend that you not have a big meal within a couple of hours before you plan to take a class. A light snack like fruit is fine up to 1 hour before the class begins.
Schedule changes are reflected immediately. You can find our class schedules in the studio information tab in the main menu.
The classes are either 60, 75 or 90 minutes long.