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The Ten Best Yoga Studios in Miami

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5. Green Monkey Miami Beach
Green Monkey has outposts across South Florida, but its Miami Beach location offers a variety of class styles, including beachside or waterfront sessions. Right now the studio is offering the first month of unlimited yoga classes for $69 — a steal compared to most studios.
4. Trio Yoga
Located in midtown, right between Wynwood and the Design District, Trio caters to your mind, body, and spirit. Besides traditional classes, like flow, hatha, and restorative yoga, the studio offers acroyoga — a partner class mixing acrobatics, yoga, and healing arts. Get a week of unlimited classes for $65 or a month for $190.  
3. Miami Life Center
From offering an introduction to yoga experience to morning sessions and more advanced classes, Miami Life Center runs different classes all day long at its South of Fifth location in Miami Beach. Parking is free on residential streets Monday through Friday before 6 p.m. 
2. Class Pass App
Every yoga studio brings something different — from traditional on-the-mat classes to meditation and breathing exercises, semiprivate experiences, and even flying yoga. If you can't decide where to splurge, consider the Class Pass app. Users pay $99 per month to attend a bevy of studios across the city. But there's a catch: A user can go to the same studio only three times. Still, with most of these studios charging a small fortune, it's worth it. Participating studios include 305 Yoga, Ayama Yoga, Green Monkey, Bikram Yoga, Miami Life Center, Trio Yoga, and more than 40 others scattered across Miami-Dade.
1. Free Yoga Across Miami
The best things in life are free, including yoga. No, there's no catch. A variety of locations across the Magic City offer free, hourlong yoga sessions. At 7 a.m., 5 p.m., and 6 p.m., Third Street in Miami Beach provides free classes catering to all levels. Classes are available every day, 365 days a year. Bayfront Park also offers complimentary yoga Mondays and Wednesdays at 6 p.m. and Saturdays at 9 a.m. In Coconut Grove, head to Peacock Park every Tuesday and Thursday at 6 p.m. and to the Mayfair Hotel rooftop every Saturday at 8 a.m. Dig deep enough and discover more free sessions around town to get your fix without breaking the bank.

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