Wellness Events in Miami Vol. 10
In the past week we had the fall Equinox and the full moon. If you are connected to those energies probably you felt the electricity in the air, people being extremely sensitive, easily irritable. So that’s why we decided to go back to our roots. Vol. 10 is all about yoga and meditation. After all, what better way to bring some balance into our lives when mother nature throws us equinoxes and full moons so close to each other?
This is Wellness Events in Miami Vol. 10! Your guide to recuperate your lost zen and get yourself back on track.
If you are an event organizer and would like to submit an event for consideration, there is a link at the bottom where you can contact us.
Wishing you a super chill weekend, with lots of namastes and oms.
“Wellness Events in Miami on Thursday”
Miami Beach: Sunset Pool Yoga at EF by Equinox South Beach
EF is an international school of English. Hundreds of students around the world come to EF to learn English. EF is launching events for the community. They are starting with a yoga class with a live DJ by their pool. This should be fun, a very diverse crowd of yogis from around the world, plus the doors are open for the local community. Good opportunities to make new global friends.
South Beach: Sunset Meditation at South Pointe Park
How about setting the tone for the weekend a day earlier. Come to one of the most beautiful parks in South Beach for an outdoor meditation session. This meditation takes place every week and it’s free. Then you can stroll by the water or, if you are in the mood, have dinner at Smith & Wollensky.
“Wellness Events in Miami on Friday”
Miami: Stay Fit at Sol Yoga
How about putting the full moon sensitiveness behind by hitting an athletic vinyasa flow under infrared heat? We promise you will forget about the moon and you will feel that you are walking on the sun barefoot.
Hallandale Beach: Restorative Yoga at Om’Echaye
Maybe the infrared thing is too much for a Friday. We get it. How about trying restorative yoga? One of the yummiest types of yoga where your body is supported with lots of props and blankets. You will feel that you are a baby in a cradle again. Not a bad way to say hello to the weekend.
“Wellness Events in Miami on Saturday”
Design District: Coffee & Yoga at Blue Bottle Coffee
I love those two words more than love and money. Celebrate national day of coffee with a yoga flow where you can get caffeinated for free before and after the flow. That is a dream come true. We need a coffee house that offers yoga.
Coconut Grove: Free Community Yoga by Dharma Studio
Just going to Coconut Grove for a stroll is a treat but on top of that having the chance to take a yoga class on the rooftop of the Mayfair Hotel and Spa? That’s better than the best Groupon deal. That is a beautiful, landmark building worth checking out. A piece of Miami history.
“Wellness Events in Miami on Sunday”
South Beach: Warrior Flow Miami at Lincoln Road
Join Adrian Molina and the Warrior Flow crew for this diverse combination of movement specialists, yoga teachers, artists, meditation teachers, live singing, live DJ and more at the heart of South Beach. This week’s special guests include personal trainer Levi Doumbia. After the class, take a walk through Lincoln Road’s Green Market, feeling thoroughly yogified.
Wynwood: Sunset Flow at Sacred Space
Finish your weekend on a high note and get ready for the week ahead by taking this power flow class at Sacred Space. And after class, since you are there, treat yourself to a yummy dinner at Plant Miami, one of my favorite restaurants in town.
Adrian Molina has been teaching yoga continuously since 2004. He is a well-known and respected instructor in Miami and New York, with an extensive worldwide following through his platform and school of yoga, Warrior Flow. Adrian and his husband Dennis reside in Miami and frequently lead workshops and international retreats in NYC and around the world. Adrian is also a writer, massage therapist, Reiki healer, meditation teacher, sound therapist, and a Kriya yoga practitioner in the lineage of Paramahansa Yogananda. Adrian is recognized for the community-building work he does in Miami and beyond.