Travel

Florida Health & Beauty

Health & Beauty city
Ahana Yoga
3806 NE 1 Ave., Design District
This relatively new space was founded by yogi, certified Jivamukti teacher, and licensed movement therapist Dawn B. Feinberg. There's a class here for everyone—you can sign up for their signature flow (think creative sequencing, chanting, and meditating), their convenient 45-minute offering that still packs in a workout, or their all-levels “Sweet & Sweaty”, which is a slower paced but aptly named class. They have a class for littles, plus a Mysore ashtanga practice, which takes place in a quiet room with individual instruction.
JetSet
110 Washington Ave., South Beach
JetSet is the only studio in Miami that has Lagree Fitness Megaformers, which are Pilates-like machines that have gained a cult-like following in recent years. Unlike a lot of Pilates classes, you get a fair amount of cardio with your weight training and resistance-based body conditioning. It’s a relentless 50-minute workout that’s not for the faint at heart—which is probably why it’s so addicting. They have another location in Miami Beach, plus outposts in Wynwood, Coral Gables, and North Miami.
Jetset
1935 W. Ave., Ste. 208, Mid-Beach
JetSet is only studio in Miami that has Lagree Fitness Megaformers, which are pilates-like machines that have gained a cult-like following in recent years. Unlike a lot of pilates classes, you get a fair amount of cardio with your weight training and resistance-based body conditioning. It’s a relentless 50-minute workout that’s not for the faint at heart—which is probably why it’s so addicting. They have another location in Miami Beach, plus outposts in Wynwood, Coral Gables, and North Miami.
JetSet
401 NW. 26 St., Wynwood
JetSet is only studio in Miami that has Lagree Fitness Megaformers, which are pilates-like machines that have gained a cult-like following in recent years. Unlike a lot of pilates classes, you get a fair amount of cardio with your weight training and resistance-based body conditioning. It’s a relentless 50-minute workout that’s not for the faint at heart—which is probably why it’s so addicting. They have locations in South Beach and Mid-Beach, plus outposts in Coral Gables and North Miami.
Tierra Santa Healing House
3201 Collins Ave., Mid-Beach
Unlike most spas, which favor whites and neutrals, Faena hotel's Tierra Santa is a burst of color: A rainbow-striped rug runs through the spa’s lobby, which is outfitted with bright Juan Gatti artwork and floral-printed poofs. Inspired by an array of South American (and some South Asian) healing traditions, Tierra Santa houses a gorgeous Turkish-style hammam and has a full wet spa experience (from waterfall shower to herbal steam room, wet scrub, sauna, and ice parlor), and many of the treatments include ritualistic wellness aspects. The Hamam Rose Ritual is one highlight: During the treatment, as you lie on top of a warm marble slab, a therapist will scrub your entire body for what is likely to be the most thorough exfoliation of your life. Following this, you’ll be covered in ridiculously soft foam, then a soothing clay, and later treated to a massage. The Tree of Life Vibrations treatment takes place on a heated sand bed, and incorporates handmade Himalayan singing bowls into another supremely relaxing massage. Other massage options are more conventional, as are the facials—the Triple Lift Advanced Facial concludes with the Remodeling Face Machine from…
You may also like