A former life coach, motivational speaker, and host of You Are the Light!, a cable TV show that aired in New York and Los Angeles for 15 years, Edwin Bergman knows a little bit about bending in multiple directions. Indeed, it wasn't a lack of flexibility that led Edwin to yoga, but instead, it was yoga's capacity to heal, strengthen, and revitalize that's had him practicing since 1989.
Today, Edwin shares what he's learned over the last two decades at his very own studio in Miami Beach. When describing his classes, Edwin uses words such as "strong," "focused," and "nurturing," making sure not to leave out that he keeps things "fun," too. In 2003, he traveled to India to deepen his understanding of yoga—just another stop on the extensive journey that is his training. Now, at his studio, Edwin blends all of that training into classic teachings that emphasize balance, precise instruction, and fluid movement.
Miami Design Preservation League stokes all sectors of the cerebrum with nonprofit cultural and educational programs, each designed to preserve, protect, and promote Miami's rich environmental and architectural integrity. During the 90-minute Art Deco District walking tour, local historians and architects will introduce artistically inclined walkers and lapsed ergonomists to the many structural styles found within the Miami Beach Architectural Historic District.
Since 2006, Loft Sofa has outfitted homes with modern furnishings handcrafted from quality fabrics and woods. In store and online, clients browse a range of styles, from sectional leather sofas and plush white couches to glass coffee tables and platform beds. Each of the shop's pieces keep mother nature humming with ecologically sustainable materials, including wood certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.
Combining the rough-and-tumble feeling of a traditional boxing gym with the amenities of a modern fitness center, Biscayne Boxing & Fitness Club helps exercisers access the gritty toughness hidden within them. Taught by dyed-in-the-wool boxers, group boxing classes impart the fundamentals of Lord Queensbury's sport while simultaneously burning calories, strengthening the body, and improving stamina. Those looking to step up their game can head to one-on-one training and supervised sparring, testing their mettle against their fellow students and really mean punching bags. Spinning classes round out the offerings, offering an aerobically intensive alternative to the ring.
Though her artistic skill set runs the gamut from Japanese lacquer painting to woodcarving, María Albano's works are united by a common mission—to give homes a unique warmth and character. With that in mind, she works with her clients to design murals that invigorate blasé walls or divert attention away from magic mirrors' endless limericks, and rejuvenates lackluster furniture with faux finishing techniques. Additionally, Ms. Albano offers year-round classes and workshops that equip budding artists with the knowledge and skills to invigorate their own abodes.
More than a Halloween party, the Reel Horror Ball IV’s Night of the Living Dead bills itself as a cinematic production replete with movie-worthy decor, roving zombies, and a dance-crew performance. LMNT’s gallery space hosts the multiple-room event, where costumed partygoers take to a dance floor electrified by 15 DJs, including DJ Irie and Lazerdisk Party Sex. Between songs, guests can refuel at the full bar, pick up snacks from food vendors, or suck the souls of their enemies to keep up their energy throughout the night. Electric Beach MP: As a massive winter gathering of the world's brightest EDM luminaries, the Winter Music Conference warms up its already-balmy South Beach surroundings with slick synths and thumping beats issuing forth from its global cadre of DJs and performers. Not content with simply holding court in light-strewn clubs, the dance masters also hit the sand and surf during Electric Beach, an all-day rave-up held at Nikki Beach, a surfside night spot renowned for its posh perch along the whispering Atlantic. There, revelers move seamlessly from sand to dance floor as more than 20 acts, including Harry Choo Choo Romero, Starkillers, and Miss Nine, keep beats dropping and records spinning from noon until 5 a.m.