Yoga in Oakland Park


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  • Chi Yoga Center
    Established by the peace purveyors at Chi Spa, Chi Yoga Center's instructors motivate students of all ages and skill levels to seek inner serenity while building strong and limber bodies. At their new 26th St. location the studio is outfitted in pale green tones and a mirrored wall that reflects the Buddha art displayed on the opposite side. Here, instructors guide pupils through various yoga styles such as Hatha, Vinyasa, and Sivananda. They also teach Iron yoga, which helps guests improve their flexibility with yoga and build lean muscle mass with weight training drills, such as bench-pressing other yogis. Demonstrating a commitment to preserving the environment and a sense of community, the instructors offer incentives for traveling by bicycle or foot or contributing a charitable donation such as toys, household items, and nonperishable foods.
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    1201 NE 26th St.
    Wilton Manors, FL US
  • Barkan Method Hot Yoga
    The Barkan Method of Hot Yoga is a product of numerous influences. Developed by a master yoga instructor, Jimmy Barkan, the practice originated in Calcutta, India, where Jimmy began infusing Hatha-yoga postures and movements with those of other disciplines. Today, on the other side of the globe, his instructors host each class in rooms heated to warm or hot levels, which not only helps stretch limbs, but also strengthens muscle groups and defrosts the poultry they plan on eating later. Following in Jimmy’s footsteps, these teachers bolster their knowledge of the discipline by earning certification from the Barkan Method and recognition from Yoga Alliance.
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    1119 N Federal Hwy
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US
  • Bombay Room Yoga
    Thanks to the wide variety of classes that Bombay Room Yoga offers, students have a good chance of finding the one that speaks to them. The studio encourages visitors to attend virtually any class, regardless of their skill or fitness level, so that they can learn what sort of practice leaves them feeling centered and mentally and physically rejuvenated. The classes range in intensity and purpose: Vinyasa sequences harness controlled breathing and free-flowing transitions to provide a more dynamic session, and yin yoga embraces the opposite end of the spectrum by calling on deep, sustained stretches to liberate the joints and help students discover whether they're made of Laffy Taffy. Since every class is designed for newcomers as well as experienced students, the instructors take time to wander throughout the room and aid participants in their practice by correcting their posture and suggesting modified poses.
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    3354 NE 33rd Street
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US
  • I love Yoga Studio
    I Love Yoga Studio foster a sense of community by creating a space where students of all skill levels can further their individual yoga practice in a safe and welcoming environment. To accommodate the varied needs and interests of their students, the studio's instructors lead classes that draw inspiration from a wide assortment of yoga styles. These range from the introspective practice of Kundalini yoga, which emphasizes mindful breathing techniques and revitalizing meditation, to Vinyasa yoga's dynamic sequences of seamlessly transitioning asanas and coordinated breaths. Regardless of whether students are seeking to improve their strength and flexibility, manage stress, or perfect their staring-contest skills, the classes at I Love Yoga Studio teach attendees to become more tuned to the connections that exist between the mind, body, and spirit. The studio also hosts workshops and therapeutic sessions intended to promote holistic health and wellbeing.
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    2980 Griffin Road
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US
  • Tree of India
    Motorcycles and yoga don't typically have much in common, but Tree of India owner Jessica Lohrey's life-changing motorcycle accident catalyzed her to share the healing power of yoga practice with others. Today, Jessica runs a boutique where she helps guests calm and heal themselves with yoga, aromatherapy, and creativity. At Tree of India, Jessica helps students reach for inner peace during yoga classes that accommodate beginners as well as seasoned yogis. She also curates a boutique full of art, clothing, jewelry, cruelty-free makeup, and the store's signature essential oils. The earthy shop hosts a variety of spiritual and wellness events—including workshops where attendees can better hone their understanding of the intricacies of aromatherapy, meditation, or reiki energy healing—to help guests find peace and shake the capuchin monkeys from their backs.
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    910 NE 20th Avenue
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US
  • Michelle Ann Yoga
    Michelle Ann's athletic background helped her appreciate the physical challenge of yoga when she first discovered it. After training with Shri Yogi Hari at the Sampoorna Yoga Ashram, she went on to teach classes at parks, beaches, and inside the studio. In addition to creative vinyasa flow sequences, Michelle teaches hatha yoga. A portmanteau that combines the Hindi words for sun and moon, hatha aims to balance contrasting concepts such as "effort" and "surrender," or "healthy" and "tastes good." Michelle also blends vinyasa yoga and Pilates techniques to tone muscles and increase flexibility.
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    32 East Las Olas Boulevard
    Fort Lauderdale, FL US

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