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By: Shayne Benowitz

Miami’s yoga offerings go as deep as your deepest cat-cow stretch, making it a cinch to find a place to practice. Whether it’s a locally owned studio, a resort spa, the beach or a park, opportunities in various yoga styles abound throughout Greater Miami & Miami Beach. Yoga improves strength, flexibility, balance and peace of mind, and offers many more intrinsic and extrinsic benefits. Whether you’re a beginner or a longtime devotee, don’t miss out on getting Zen in Miami.

Studios By Neighborhood

Miami Beach
Miami Beach offers many ways to get your yoga flow on

Miami Beach

Green Monkey is one of the most beloved studios in town. Their power yoga and Vinyasa flow classes are taught by inspiring teachers for a true community feeling. The studio often hosts programs with free yoga classes all over Greater Miami & Miami Beach. While Sunset Harbour was their longtime home, Green Monkey has moved to a new space nearby in South Beach on Sixth Street.

Synergy is Miami Beach’s oldest yoga studio, serving the community for more than 20 years. Originally located on Española Way, they now call Alton Road their home with classes in a wide variety of styles including restorative yoga, Kundalini and gentle flow.

At State of Yoga, enjoy a wide variety of weekly classes for all levels and types of practitioners, including Hatha, Vinyasa flow, Jivamukti, restorative Pilates flow, Yin yoga, meditation and Pranayama, taught by some of Miami’s most experienced and inspiring teachers.

Free Yoga on 3rd Street Beach
Come to free Yoga at 3rd Street Beach

Free donation-based sunrise and sunset yoga classes are offered daily in South Beach by the 3rd Street lifeguard tower. Rise and shine at 7 a.m., or come for a sunset flow at 5 p.m. during winter and fall months, and at 6 p.m. in the spring and summertime. The longtime tradition is upheld by a roster of local yoga teachers. Participants are encouraged to bring a beach towel.

Located in Sunset Harbour, Modo Yoga is a community-oriented space with a variety of heated yoga classes, ranging from vigorous Modo Flow to gentle Yin yoga, in a peaceful environment.

The Standard Spa, Miami Beach is a hip destination offering a dynamic daily yoga schedule, as well as workshops on all aspects of health and wellness. The picturesque location on the Venetian Causeway overlooking Biscayne Bay is truly a retreat. With a pool and a restaurant with healthy options overlooking the bay, as well as a popular spa boasting a stadium-style hammam, steam room, sauna and experience showers, make a day out of your asana practice.

Relax by the pool after your yoga class

Downtown Miami & Brickell

Do as the Brickell post-work yogis do and head to Skanda Yoga for Anand Ken von Roenn III’s popular breath-inspired, alignment-based power Vinyasa-style yoga incorporating elements of the Mayan calendar. Skanda offers mixed-level classes with a loyal following of yogis drawn to the practice’s challenging arm balance and inversion practices.

For Miami yoga in the clouds, head to the Kimpton EPIC Hotel on the Miami River and take the elevator to the 16th floor. Here you’ll find Exhale, offering a wide range of results-oriented yoga and barre classes in posh digs. Indulge in a spa treatment and make a day of it with lunch by the relaxing pool. Exhale has additional Miami locations at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel and The Ritz-Carlton, Bal Harbour.

Om Beats Yoga offers classes in a wide range of yoga styles, including Vinyasa, restorative, pre-natal, power yoga and hot yoga, with the mission to make yoga accessible to as many people as possible.


With an infrared heated studio, SOL Yoga – founded by Cathy DeFrancesco – is a popular Wynwood yoga studio. The gently heated room is designed to deeply release toxins, increase circulation, burn fat and build immunity while you engage in your flow. A second location will open soon in South Beach’s Sunset Harbour.

The Sacred Space Miami is a holistic wellness center with a gourmet vegan restaurant, lifestyle boutique and Zen Garden event space that hosts yoga classes, wellness festivals, meditation classes and various workshops.

Hot yoga devotees should head to Wynwood Yoga for their extensive schedule of hot power yoga, as well as Mysore and evening candlelit hot Yin practices. Founded by three well-known Miami yoga teachers, they’ve created a welcoming community space in Wynwood.

Miami Life Center was a longtime South Beach mecca for Ashtanga devotees before moving to Wynwood’s Miami Yoga Garage. The studio was founded by husband-and-wife yogini duo Kino MacGregor and Tim Feldmann, who studied in India under Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, founder of the Ashtanga practice. In addition to teaching at Miami Life Center, they travel around the world leading yoga workshops and master classes.

Miami Design District & Midtown Miami

In the Miami Design District, Dawn B. Feinberg founded Ahana Yoga, offering a variety of classes including Vinyasa flow, Jivamukti, Mysore and Ashtanga, as well as her signature Ahana flow, in a beautiful studio. She’s also the founder of YogArt, an outdoor yoga series held across Greater Miami & Miami Beach throughout the year.

Slated to open soon, Yoga Joint Midtown is part of a group of local yoga studios boasting stylish spaces, luxurious locker rooms and apparel boutiques. The membership-based studios specialize in hot yoga and feature the very best yoga teachers.

Coral Gables

This spot has been a Coral Gables yoga sanctuary for more than 20 years. Yogis love Prana Yoga for its ability to combine yoga’s asana practice with yogic philosophy by skilled teachers in an inviting setting open to all levels. You’ll strengthen your mind and body here with classes that range from restorative to meditation and flow.

A studio with heart, run by two of Miami’s favorite yoga teachers – Benjamin Smielow and Radha Krishna Lila – Lightrail Yoga offers everything from advanced Vinyasa flow to gentle and restorative classes. And while they’re currently only teaching online, their devotion to helping their students develop their own personal yoga journey still translates.

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Choose from studio, outdoor or virtual classes

Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove’s longtime yoga studio, Dharma, has shifted to an all-virtual model in the wake of the pandemic. Its devoted yogis log on for the familiar asana practice they know and love. Dharma also hosts a handful of in-person classes during the week at Shake-a-Leg Miami sailing school.

On Monday and Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m., The Barnacle Historic State Park hosts a public outdoor ‘Yoga by the Sea’ class taught by Gabby Goldbaum. The restorative Hatha-inspired class is open to all levels and offers a wonderful opportunity to connect your mind-body practice to the beautiful nature of Coconut Grove.

Little River/Little Haiti

Situated in an inviting backyard garden in Little River, Earth ‘N’ Us Farm hosts aerial yoga classes on Thursday evenings and Sunday mornings. Using aerial silks, you’ll fly through weightless inversions, full-body stretches and spinal decompression for a truly unique yoga practice that builds strength, flexibility and mobility.

Founded by a former luxury fashion boutique owner and an art consultant, Anahata Yoga organizes eco yoga retreats in such far-flung locales as Mexico, Colombia and the Dominican Republic. They also hold Vinyasa yoga classes at Glassbox Ironside in Little River on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Miami Lakes

Lighthouse Yoga & Wellness is situated in an airy, treehouse-like space where they teach a variety of yoga styles, from Vinyasa flow to Yin yoga and breathwork. They also offer weekly wisdom talks with founder Claire Zovko, as well as Sadhana meditation and Puja sacred ritual love offerings. Additionally, they host free Saturday morning yoga beneath the shade trees at Miami Lakes Picnic Park West at 9 a.m.

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