Mondays // 8-8.45 pm
Join Astrid to boost your energy, calm your mind and connect with your inner and outer bodies in a revitalizing Power Vinyasa yoga practice.
MEMBERS: because capacity is limited, you need to RSVP by purchasing yoga classes through our app (your 100% discount applies automatically).
Where: The Modern ŌM Bungalow, the clubhouse for Miami’s largest Mindfulness community. 5020 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137.
Parking: Parking on NE 2nd Ave or side-streets.
Bring: A mat and good vibes.
Members save: $15.00
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No cash refunds. See full event terms and conditions here.
Astrid started practicing Yoga in 2001 in Caracas, Venezuela, then in Thailand, Panama and Indonesia. She has been teaching and sharing yoga with the community since 2017.
Astrid specializes in Skanda Yoga, Power Vinyasa, Restorative Yoga, Yoga for Kids, Vipassana meditation, Sound healing, Pranayama and breathing techniques.
Astrid volunteers as a hospital clown in her free time, she loves to make people laugh and bring kindness and humor on and off the mat. She is also the director of La Luchi Foundation, which aim is bringing mindfulness meditation, yoga, art, environmental awareness, and music to public schools and children who are at risk.
Imagine groups all over Miami meeting regularly to go inward, together, focused on the same chakra-inspired themes and harnessing the power of collective intention.
- 45-minute meditations at the Bungalow and across Miami
- Exclusive access to events & socials at the Bungalow
- 30% discounts on workshops
- 15% discounts on products
- Rewards & special benefits from our partners like Panther Coffee & Dr Smood
You will be joining a like-minded community and experience amplified health, happiness, & peace in your daily life.
Modern ŌM is edging the world in a more conscious direction. Through our Mindfulness club, we make "going inward" accessible and social.
Our meditations have already served over 6,000 students over 600 sessions since April 2016. We have been recognized by Well & Good, Miami Magazine, and The Miami Herald as leading the Miami Mindfulness movement.