Apr 21, 2023 - Things to Do

Go ahead and inhale at this 420 yoga class in Miami

A group of friends in stretchy clothes and robes sits and gives peace signs with their hands.

Tiffany April Levy (center) and friends. Photo: Lily Fonte @aLilyKatmedia

420 was a good time to catch up with Tiffany April Levy, a yoga teacher whose cannabis-enhanced classes draw hundreds of people.

What's happening: 420 Space Yoga is every Saturday at 4:20pm at Space nightclub.

  • It's free and open to all experience levels.
  • Levy describes her style as "fluid vinyasas with a little bit of dancing," plus some kundalini-style shaking and guided meditation.

The intrigue: A DJ spins during class — usually deep house music.

  • Levy likened classes to a festival: people bring their own weed and "smoke before class and after class and everybody hangs out," she tells Axios.
  • There's "radical acceptance" and "a really, really high vibe."

Yes, but: Recreational marijuana isn't legal in Florida.

  • Levy says, "Most people I know have their medical cards," but says she doesn't police it.

Background: Levy, originally from North Carolina, was drawn to Miami for work and the electronic music scene.

  • About eight years ago, she collaborated with Link Miami Rebels, the group that owns Club Space, to start 420 Yoga.
  • "Over the 20 years that I've been around South Florida, it's probably the most loving, caring environment I've been in," Levy said.

If you go: Reserve a spot and then bring a mat and water.

What's next: Levy intends to take her brand global.


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