Bad Yogi City Guide: Tampa, Florida
The sun is always shining in Tampa Florida! Well, we do have the occasionally 5-10mins rain storm but after that, the sun is back out! With beautiful blue skies and streets lined with palm tress, Tampa is a wonderful place where yogis everyone can chill out and have fun. Let me take you on a small tour…
Located just north of downtown Tampa this 3500 sf studio offers yoga classes for all levels. Forgot your mat, no problem. The studio provides all yoga props at no additional charge. Pose by Pose Yoga Studio offers adult and kids classes and is the perfect place for your entire family. I recently completed my yoga teacher training here this past April on my birthday!!
In the heart of Tampa you will find the beautiful Curtis Hixson Waterfront Park. Here is where hundreds of yogis will be taking over to participate in Wanderlust 108 Tampa on September 24th. Every Sunday Yoga Downtown Tampa hosts a donation based yoga class perfect for every member of the family including your pets! Be mindful of the weather and bring water because it can be a bit hot out. Hot Yoga anyone?
This beautiful yoga studio offers a wonderful blend of yoga classes to meet the needs of all yogis. You will find Strength and Toning flows to Zen Fusion and Restorative Meditation at Hanaq Prana Yoga. Save some time during your trip to come visit this wonderful studio.
Time to feed the belly!
There are so many interesting places to enjoy some good food in Tampa that my mouth is watering just thinking about this. I would definitely suggest checking out Bamboozel Cafe. This traditional Vietnamese Fusion restaurant can serve you some delicious Pho soup. Oh my goodness so freak’n delicious!
If Pho soup in not your thing, check out the Tampa Pizza Company. This place in bang’n! They offer various types of healthy pizzas sandwiches and wraps. Oh, and they offer gluten-free curst!
Oh, we’re not done yet. Your last stop has got to be a visit to Rico’s Acai. Serving up delicious and beautifully crafted Acai bowls out of a food truck. I recommend the Rainbow Bowl and you gotta have them top it off with some Nutella.
What else is there to do?
From theme parks to art museums, Tampa offers plenty of actives day or night. The Museum of Science and Industry is a wonder spot for some brain exercise where the entire family can test their knowledge.
Maybe you just want to take a nice walk in one of Tampa’s lush parks. Located along the Hillsborough River, Lettuce Lake Park is full of nature trails, birds and alligators. Your bound to see an alligator or two.
For those of you looking for a little adrenaline rush, head on over to Busch Gardens. Here you can scream your way through Sheikra, Kumba and Montu roller coasters. I must say, Sheikra is my favorite ride at this park. Busch Gardens also offers a variety of entertainment shows and places to grab a quick snack.
Off to the beach! Tampa is surround by the most spectacular beaches all within a short drive distance of downtown Tampa. Take in the scenic drive along the way and in no time you’ll have your fee in the sand. With eclectic bars and restaurants near by, the beach scene is where it’s at.
You can enjoy a little yoga on the beach, grab a bit to eat and check out the local activities that might be going on. Not to mention the beautiful sunset to end your blissful day. Welp, there you have it, a small tour of my lovely Tampa Florida!
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