A-yama is a Sanskrit word that means to expand, to extend, to manifest beyond restrains, to release, to liberate.
Our center offers over 35 classes a week in various styles of Yoga, such as Vinyasa, Kundalini, Hatha, Universal, Skanda, Aerial, Prenatal and Kids Yoga with experienced, caring, and inspiring teachers. All our classes are hands-on, where mixed level practitioners of all ages find individualized attention, knowledgeable help and nurturing guidance.
To complement the practice of Yoga, Ayama offers a wide selection of holistic healing arts, such as Qigong, Acupuncture, Reiki, Massage therapies, Transformational Breathing, Holistic Nutrition, Hypnotherapy, and other treatments. We are dedicated to serving the community with alternative and integral ways of understanding and experiencing wellbeing and personal evolution.
A specially designed space with dim light, candles, sacred music and superb acoustics make it easy to turn inwards and engage in the journey.
As a teacher myself, I tend to be disappointed with superficial practices! I love Miriam’s style! Physically Challenging yet deeply spiritual!!!
I love coming to Maria Paula’s class. I look forward to it all week. It is refreshing and a great start to my Saturday morning. Ommm!
Teacher Training with Mano is an out of this world experience. I took the training with a Yoga Alliance Certificate already, and I never thought I would learn what I learned, it’s not only made me a better Yoga Teacher and a better Yogini it has made me a better human being at all levels: physically, emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually. I feel better in my own skin and with the people around me because of it, I never would have imagined that something could enrich my life, fill my heart, and open my mind, the way his training did.
I was looking for a yoga place in Aventura with no success, until someone mentioned Ayama. I have found love and compassion and very interesting and excellent teachers. Each teacher has a different style of teaching and practice, which at the time makes my practice richer and challenging. Yoga is not only about the physical exercise, it’s a mental and spiritual challenge. I find all that at Ayama and I’m very thankful.