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Thu, May 23


The Kampong

Full Moon Reset: Slow Flow and Meditation

Reset at the Kampong during the Full Moon with Sam Reynolds

Full Moon Reset: Slow Flow and Meditation
Full Moon Reset: Slow Flow and Meditation

Time & Location

May 23, 2024, 6:30 PM – 7:45 PM

The Kampong, 4013 Douglas Rd, Miami, FL 33133, USA

About the Event

Full Moon Reset & Meditation | 6:30-7:45pm

Journey inward with a special 75-minute Full Moon Slow Flow and Meditation class led by Samantha Reynolds, from 6:30-8pm at the peaceful Kampong Gardens.

This specialized class is crafted to guide you towards stillness through longer-held postures, guided relaxation, pranayama and meditation. The class will culminate in a seated meditation, allowing you to fully embrace the tranquil energy of the full moon. The majority of the poses will be held passively. If you would like to bring props to support your body, you are welcome to bring them. Class is designed for introspection, deep relaxation, clarity and connection. Class is approximately 45 minutes of movement followed by savasana, pranayama, and meditation.

Doors will open at 5:30pm so that you can experience the garden before class. Class begins at 6:30pm on the open-air, terrace of the Schokman Education Center. Garden gates will be locked at 6:40pm. $35 non-members/$25 for NTBG members.


  • Schedule: 5:30pm Garden Opens | 6:30pm Class begins
  • Morning Flow: All levels yoga class with dynamic and static movements to energize and restore the body. Adapt the class to your own practice and enjoy the tropical views. All levels welcome.
  • Class Perk: Includes all-day admission and donation to the historic home & garden, part of the NTBG
  • What to Bring: a mat
  • Location: 4013 South Douglas Rd Miami, FL. Class is rain or shine and will be held at the Shokman Education Center (covered). Free parking.



Located on Biscayne Bay in Coconut Grove, Florida, The Kampong contains a fascinating array of tropical fruit cultivars and flowering  trees. Named for the Malay or Javanese word for a village or cluster of houses, The Kampong is the former estate of Dr. David Fairchild, the famed botanical explorer who traveled throughout Southeast Asia and other tropical regions collecting exotic plants he introduced to the U.S.

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