5 Best Places To Find Yoga And Pilates Gear In Miami

July 31, 2013 9:00 AM

Yoga and pilates have become some of the most popular fitness regimes in South Florida. In Miami Beach, you’ll be hard pressed to take a stroll without seeing a Bikram, Ashtanga or Vinyasa center. An enjoyable aspect of the practice is sporting some of the top fashion looks for the workouts. You can also find the finest in support equipment. From mats and blocks to tops and slippers, these Miami shops have the best in yoga and pilates gear.
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Green Monkey Yoga
5792 Sunset Drive
South Miami, FL 33146
(305) 669-4949

Green Monkey Yoga is a busy hub for yoga lovers in Miami––there is always a steady stream of fit, positive people coming in and out of the South Miami studio. Green Monkey also has a great boutique in addition to its yoga studio. The boutique carries the studio’s own line of workout clothes, Green Monkey Apparel, as well as outfits and separates from other brands and even accessories from Om Jewelry. Green Monkey also sells top brands of yoga mats and bags for carrying gear to classes, as well as mat accessories to make class experiences as comfortable as possible. Green Monkey Yoga has two more locations in Midtown Miami and in South Beach.

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Miami Life Center
736 6 St.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 534-8988

Miami Life Center is the place for yoga, nutrition, holistic medicine and other related practices. Find classes in various styles and systems of yoga, including Ashtanga, Hatha yoga, therapeutics yoga and Jivamukti yoga. The Miami Beach center also carries everything needed for good exercise and wellness sessions. The center sells DVDs, mats and other equipment for actual workout support. In addition, Miami Life Center carries a good selection of apparel for men and women from popular brands such as Prana and Zobha.

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Bala Vinyasa Yoga
1430 South Dixie Highway Suite 116
Coral Gables, FL 33146
(786) 953-7709

Bala Vinyasa Yoga’s boutique sells the best in yoga apparel, mats and accessories. The apparel brands are the best in the business – Hard Tail, Zobha, Lululemon Athletica, I Love Yoga, and more. The mat selection is good and it includes the popular Yogitoes brand of skid-preventing towel-lik yoga mats. All of the expected items are in stock as well as less expected products such as eye pillows and various gift items.

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Ayama Yoga Center
2250 N.E. 163 St.
Miami Beach, FL 33160
(305) 932-7755

Ayama Yoga Center sells the most comprehensive collection of products for yoga and pilates students. For instruction and meditation, they have books, CDs, blocks, mats, and straps. Health and beauty are covered with natural beauty products, health products, and wellness products including lip balms, bath salts and essential oils. Amaya Yoga Center also sells meditation and yoga-inspired jewerly as well as apparel for men and women from Hyde, Be Present, and other brands.

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3300 N.W. 41 St. #2C
Miami, FL 33142
(305) 576-1900

Sophisticated, sexy and luxurious apparel is the specialty of Anatomie’s sport collection. The clothing appropriate for workouts that include yoga and Pilates covers tops, bottoms and jackets in unexpected fabrications such as lace. The reversible jackets are fun and double the outfit possibilities and there are many to choose from. Shop the line online or at Anatomie’s Miami showroom.

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Chanoa Chen is a well-published blogger and online journalist on topics ranging from luxury lifestyle living to fashion shows and trends. A self-proclaimed Miami Beach fashion expert, she is also working on launching her first jewelry line, Boki Love. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.