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Yoga Week is an annual week long event that will bring many together! Multiple fun/different styled yoga classes will be going on all over SWFL during March 19th-26th, 2023 in Southwest Florida. These classes will be lead by certified yoga teachers. The week will end with the Grand Finale Event at the Hyatt Regency Resort and Spa on Sunday, March 26th, 2023. Pass holders will be able to go to as many classes as desired (space permitting.)


what previous participants are saying

I attended Yoga Week in 2021 and it was my first experience with yoga and I fell in love with for the body, mind, and spiritual joys it brings me!

Courtney Gordon

I’m new to the area and don’t have a home studio yet, or Florida yoga friends. Yoga Week was a perfect opportunity to try several studios, and styles of yoga, and make some connections in the yoga world. Not knowing what to expect, I limited myself to one class per day but I met several people who were taking 3 or 4 classes per day. I will definitely plan to take as many classes as possible next time around. It was such a wonderful experience!

Deanna Kohl

Yoga week SWFL is an amazing event. I have great fuel to be able to attend both years and can’t wait for the next! There are so many wonderful people involved. I have truly enjoyed meeting new friends and trying out different genres of yoga and meeting new instructors.

Jen Perry

It was very organized and everybody was very friendly!!

Sandee Morison


Using yoga "to unite" us as a community is a goal! Our mission is to be a diverse, non-dogmatic yoga week filled full of classes and events that bring together the collected certified yoga teachers, students, studios, organizations, and companies. We wishes to promote yoga's health and wellness benefits to many while bringing together a sense of community. Let's come together to help bring more awareness to yoga and make the practice easily accessible!

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