Yoga Sanctuary at the Kampong

Nestled in Coconut Grove on Biscayne Bay, the Kampong is a sanctuary from the hustle of city life and part of the National Tropical Botanical Gardens. Sam offers yoga classes, events, relaxation and meditation workshops, and teacher trainings in the peaceful refuge in Miami. The classes are provided at the main house in a stunning open air covered studio. Free parking is available.

Classes

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Wednesdays 9:30am | Vinyasa Flow

This 60-minute gentle vinyasa class combines movement, relaxation, and meditation. Kampong flow classes are calming flow practices that link basic yoga postures in a purposeful sequence incorporating traditional sun salutations and balance poses. This class is perfect for yoga beginners but works equally well for anyone looking for a gentle alternative to a stronger vinyasa flow class. You'll always be given the option to keep it mellow or to make the practice more challenging with variations, such as crow. Suitable for all levels.

 
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Special Events

1st Thursday of the Month 5:30pm | True You: Slow Flow and Meditation

Get clear on your intentions and practice living your truth. Every first Thursday of the month, there will be a special class to ignite the true you through slow flow and meditation. The class is a mix of deep stretches, breath work, and meditation.

Monthly Saturday 10:30am | Yoga + Coffee

This special monthly weekend yoga class includes all day admission to the gardens and complimentary coffee provided by Xol Coffee & Tea Company. These classes are offered 1-2 times per month.


Rates

Kampong Member $15

Drop-in $25

To take advantage of the special member rate, sign up to become an annual Kampong member. Once confirmed, a discount code will be provided to access discounted yoga classes.

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About the Kampong

Located on Biscayne Bay in Coconut Grove, the Kampong is a nine-acre botanical garden. It is part of the National Tropical Botanical Gardens, a non-profit dedicated to education and conservation. Named for the Malay or Javanese word for a village or cluster of houses, The Kampong is the former estate of Dr. David Fairchild, the famed botanical explorer who traveled throughout Southeast Asia and other tropical regions collecting exotic plants he introduced to the U.S.

Become a member and receive discounted yoga classes and access to the gardens year round. Additional benefits included.