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Annual Manual 2013

Orlando Sports & Recreation

Spectator sports, biking and hiking, canoeing and kayaking, yoga and more

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Orlando Watersports Complex
8615 Florida Rock Road
407-251-3100
orlandowatersports.com
No need for a boat here – a motorized suspended cable system pulls you on your board (or skis) through the water and, if you dare, onto ramps and other obstacles. Check the website for the variety of lessons and camps available.

Yoga Studios

Bikram Yoga Orlando
3218-B E. Colonial Drive
407-896-2530
bikramorlando.com
Invigorating 90-minute Hot Yoga classes are this studio’s forte. The first class is $10 and the second class (within 7 days of first) is free. A plus: Saturday morning babysitting ($4 per child, 2 hours max).

College Park Yoga
3029 Edgewater Drive
407-999-7871
collegeparkyoga.com
This studio teaches ashtanga, vinyasa and power yoga classes, but also offers a yoga-for-wimps beginner class. For those on a tight budget, “community yoga” is offered every Saturday at 9 a.m. for $5. All other single classes are $15.

Full Circle Yoga
972B Orange Ave., Winter Park
407-644-3288
fullcircleyoga.com
This busy studio offers classes from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week, and drop-in classes are $14 each. Full Circle has spacious studios and variations on traditional yoga styles, including hot yoga, flow yoga, ashtanga, pre- and post-natal yoga, and a mom-and-baby class for expecting and new mothers.

Harmony Yoga Studio
110 N. Orlando Ave, Suite 2, Maitland
407-234-6454
yoga.harmonywellnesscenter.com
This studio offers something for everyone: Gentle yoga for beginners, prenatal yoga for expecting mothers, yoga for fitness and a sampling of specialty classes, including laughter yoga and mysore yoga. Beginner rates start at 20 days of unlimited classes for $20.

Orlando Power Yoga
2415 E. South St.
407-719-0101
orlandopoweryoga.com
The Baron Baptiste-style of power yoga takes the spotlight at this yoga sanctuary. Don’t be surprised if the air conditioning’s not on: To raise students’ internal heat, this studio stays ablaze at 85-90 degrees. Single class rates are $14, and Saturdays see the discount day yoga for only $10.

Shine on Yoga
619 N. Thornton Ave.
407-601-4394
shineonyoga.com
This haven offers flow, hatha and mixed-level classes as well as zen meditation. Restoration and relaxation is the goal here. Single classes are $15.

The Yoga Shala
927 N. Pennsylvania Ave., Winter Park
407-506-4626
theyogashala.org
Focus on ashtanga yoga, with practices in vinyasa, asana, deep breathing and dishti tenchiques. Classes start at $15 for a drop-in, no membership fee.
Zip lines
 
ZOOm Air
Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens
3755 N.W. Highway 17-92, Sanford
407-330-0767
zoomair.us/index.html
Channel your inner Tarzan on a combination of zip lines and obstacle courses in the canopy of the forest overlooking the Central Florida Zoo. There are two courses for adults and two for kids; prices range from $12-$50.

Zipline Safari
Forever Florida
4755 N. Kenansville Road, St. Cloud
866-854-3837
foreverflorida.com
Take two and a half hours to glide 55 feet above the forested wetlands and pine flatwoods bordering St. Cloud. If you want a shot at seeing the nocturnal Florida panther, try a “moonlight safari.”

Annual Manual
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