Passport to Prana

 

Passport to Prana offers aspiring yoga enthusiasts and gurus a first-class ticket to wellness at 22 yoga studios around Miami.

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Maria Tettamanti

Your New Years resolution for 2012? A tighter tush and six-pack abs. (Just like the year before, and before that one. No big.)

Allow us to introduce you to Passport to Prana, an innovative yoga business that just launched in Miami allowing residents dictate when, where, and how they’ll take their yoga classes for a fraction of the price.   

How? Passport to Prana offers aspiring yoga enthusiasts and gurus a first-class ticket to wellness at 22 yoga studios around Miami. Card holders are entitled to take a single class at every participating studio in their area without having to pay costly drop-in fees or commit to a long-term yoga membership.  

Want to learn Hatha today, explore Bikram tomorrow, and then try Vinyasa on Friday?  No problem. Passport to Prana lets would-be yogis become both tourist and travel agent. Members completely customize their yoga experience...from schedule to area of interest to neighborhood to fitness level.   

Each Passport costs $30, making the cost of each yoga session a little over a $1. (That's less than the cost of a yoga mat rental!) Passport to Prana is a great and easy way for Miami residents to stick to those New Year's fitness resolutions without investing in an expensive gym membership.

Like all Passports, this one has an expiration date. Miami regional Passports are good for one year after activation and can be purchased at www.passporttoprana.com and select participating studios.

Passport to Prana is the brainchild of securities attorney turned yoga instructor YuMee Chung. Her goal in creating the company is to make yoga accessible to everyone regardless of economic background. Passports are available throughout Canada, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Tampa Bay, and for the first time ever in Miami!

Here's to a slammin' bod and inner peace in 2012.

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