Small group in-person classes have resumed.
PRIME OF LIFE YOGA ®
Thursday, Saturday 10 -11:15 a.m.
Please bring your own props and mat if possible - as a
Rental of clean props is available
for $8 for Prime
of Life classes.
of props includes a mat, sturdy blanket, foam blocks and a yoga strap.
levels. All welcome.
Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden
5210 College Road, Stock Island, 33040
Yoga classes meet outdoors on the Lakeside Terrace when the weather is good, which is most of the time.
If it is raining, we meet in the Gazebo outside
the Nature Chapel.
Chair yoga can improve your strength,
flexibility and balance – without getting down on a mat.
It’s a gentle but thorough
class accessible to anyone -even if you have balance or mobility issues.
Ask about the
schedule for the next
Usually, Monica leads Tuesday and Thursday yoga classes. Linda leads the Saturday class. Kari leads Monday and Friday.
Do you have questions
about chair yoga or Prime of Life Yoga ® ?
You can text 305-304-5635 to set up a phone call, or e-mail me email@example.com
For special events, like classes accompanied
by live acoustic music, check FaceBook for details.
The drop-in rate for classes at the Garden is $15. Ten classes are $125. Garden members are entitled to one additional free class when purchasing ten Prime of Life or Chair yoga classes. We also
sell the Key West Yoga Pass for $75, good for five classes at a variety of studios. Special workshops and classes, like chair yoga or pre-natal may be
priced differently. Due to COVID-19 health concerns, try to bring your own mat and props. However, rental of clean props is
available for $8
for Prime of Life classes. A set of props includes a mat, sturdy blanket, foam blocks and a yoga strap.
and times not right for you? Let us design a new recurring class for your group of three or more.
Purchasing a Prime of Life Yoga ®, MediYoga or chair yoga
class includes FREE admission to the Key West Tropical Forest & Botanical Garden for the entire day. It is the only frost-free botanical garden in the United States, and emphasizes cultivation
and conservation of threatened and endangered species of the Florida Keys. It showcases plants native to South Florida, Cuba
and the Caribbean.