5 or 10 Bikram-Yoga Classes at Bikram Yoga North Miami Beach (Up to 65% Off)
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Choose Between Two Options
- $ 35 for 5 Bikram-yoga classes (a $ 100 value)
- $ 55 for 10 Bikram-yoga classes (a $ 140 value)
Click here to see the schedule. First-time students can borrow mats and towels but thereafter must either provide their own or rent them from the studio. Showers are available for post-class cleansing.
Bikram Yoga North Miami Beach
Jenny Sanchez believes that yoga really can heal, and she’s pretty persuasive. Originally a personal trainer, Sanchez suffered from bad knees that couldn’t be made right by her standard gym regimen. When a friend recommended Bikram yoga, she jumped in and unwittingly started the ball rolling for an eventual career change. “She told me I had to do four classes a week and break my butt every time I went in there for a month. The more you do it, the better it becomes.” And it worked—Sanchez’ knees drastically improved, and on top of that, she found she had gained the upper-body definition she had always wanted, but hadn’t achieved in the gym. She was so “all about” Bikram yoga that she opened her own studio.
But Sanchez isn’t the only one that has noticed the restorative benefits of Bikram yoga. “People who come to yoga want the total mind-body experience. And they work through stuff. You feel like you’re enhancing someone’s life just by giving them space to do this.” During her classes at Bikram Yoga North Miami Beach, practitioners endure 105-degree temps as they run through a series of 26 postures, holding them long enough to promote flexibility, strength, and appreciation for the Statue of Liberty’s discipline. And though the routine doesn’t change, the results keeps coming Sanchez says, “because your body keeps changing, it challenges you every single day.”
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