Inside the Box
The NFL preseason games are still a few months away, but the fast-paced and high-scoring action of indoor football is here to fulfill your needs. Coached by former Dolphin and Hall of Famer Larry Little, the Miami Morays are off to a winning season. Leading the team with a strong passing arm is quarterback Derrick Vickers, a graduate of Opa-locka's Monsignor Pace High School and four-year starter at Central Michigan. Catch some indoor play today as the Morays tackle the Daytona Beach Hawgs at 3:00 at the Miami Arena, 721 NW First Ave., Miami. Tickets cost $5 to $150. Call 305-374-8950, or visit www.miamimorays.com. -- Lyssa Oberkreser
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Inner peace through yogic arts
Duncan Wong can do incredible things with his body. He can contort himself into a human knot. He can fold his legs into the lotus position and balance his entire weight on his hands. His sinewy, powDerful body is adorned with tattoos of dragons and Chinese symbols. Wong's admirable physique, handsome features, and physical prowess have elevated him into a fitness celebrity of sorts, the Bruce Lee of yoga. Like Lee, Wong has come up with a unique twist on his art, melding traditional yogic forms with kickboxing, dance, tai chi, and Pilates. His creative approach has won him several single-name celebrity clients, including Sting, Madonna, and Björk. Learn from this good-looking guru at his yogic arts weekend. Get bent at Castle Yoga, 41 NW Twentieth St., Miami. You can pay $120 for the whole weekend, or take an individual workshop for $35. Call 305-571-9642, or visit www.anahatayogastudio.com for a complete schedule. --Patrice Elizabeth Grell Yursik
You can have pie for breakfast -- and you should -- if it's one of Glaser Organic Farms' raw fruit pies. Yeah, we know what you're thinking. But these pies are amazing. Juicy and colorful papaya, pineapple, and mango pies are accented with strawberries, bananas, and raspberries and nestled in a sweet organic date-almond crust. So where can you get one of these fabulous pies? At the Coconut Grove Organic Farmers Market (3300 Grand Ave., Miami). Every Saturday (year-round, rain or shine) you can shop for the freshest organic fruits, vegetables, and nuts beneath the blue-and-white tents of this open-air market. Plan your shopping around lunchtime and enjoy a healthy selection of gourmet salads, giant nori rolls, and freshly squeezed juices. Eat your vegetables (and pie!) today from 10:30 to 7:00. Call 305-794-1464 (Saturday only; call 305-238-7747 during the week), or visit www.glaserorganicfarms.com. -- Lyssa Oberkreser
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