Yoga all summer long with these deals in Tampa, St. Petersburg and Largo

Unlimited yoga to help you get your Zen on.

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Unlimited yoga at Yoga Harbor

If you're looking for a way to make this summer meaningful, try yoga. Sure, it's hot as balls outside, but yoga studios have air conditioning Of course, if you're doing hot yoga, all bets are off. The point is, yoga's the kind of thing you can do year-round, but if you're trying to make this summer different, maybe commit to getting Zen AF with doing as much yoga as possible. Trust us, a few yoga classes here and there really do help take the rage out of the daily commute, and also, they're kinda good for you.

Starting today, Largo's Yoga Harbor has an unlimited summer pass that gives you unlimited access for three months as well as two Yoga Nidras (sleep yoga, or a type of guided relaxation). The pass starts the day you buy it and runs for the next three months. It costs $275. And, of course, there's no shortage of studios in the Tampa Bay area — The Body Electric, for example, offers unlimited yoga for $70/month, meaning you get three months for $210, and Tampa's Bella Prana offers new students $40/month unlimited yoga for a total of $120. But they're in St. Pete and Tampa, and that's one hell of a commute from Largo. No matter where you live, though, there's a studio waiting to help you de-stress. 



Bella Prana Yoga, 112 W. Platt St., Tampa | New members: $40/month; existing members, $150/month | bellaprana.com

The Body Electric, 3015 7th St. N., St. Petersburg | Anytime: $70/month | 727-490-9361, thebodyelectricyoga.com

Yoga Harbor, 1495 Indian Rocks Rd. Ste. 1, Largo | Buy before June 15: $275. | 727-314-5123, yogaharbor.co 




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Cathy Salustri

Cathy's portfolio includes pieces for Visit Florida, USA Today and regional and local press. In 2016, UPF published Backroads of Paradise, her travel narrative about retracing the WPA-era Florida driving tours that was featured in The New York Times. Cathy speaks about Florida history for the Osher Lifelong Learning...
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