Yoga with Dolphins

Start your morning with one of Key Largo Yoga’s registered yoga teachers for a class on the dock at Dolphins Plus Bayside. Find balance, peace and JOY as you practice dolphin pose amongst the beautiful dolphins! You will have the opportunity to practice a structured yoga class with an experienced teacher with dolphins swimming and playing around you.

The cost is $30 per person and space is limited to 12 students per class.

Classes will be held on Fridays and Sundays from 8:00am – 9:00am weather permitting.

As with all specialty classes, this class will be cancelled and removed from the schedule if no one is signed up. If this is a morning class it will be cancelled by 5pm the night before; if it’s an evening class it will be cancelled 2 hours prior to class start time. You are welcome to drop-in to a specialty class if there are already students signed up but space is not guaranteed.

LOCATION: Formally “Dolphins Cove”

Renamed Dolphins Plus Bayside

Bayside MM 101900 Overseas Hwy., Key Largo, FL

Class Timetable

  Open Time Close Time Trainer Address
Friday 8:00 am 9:00 am Anjana Morris
Sunday 8:00 am 9:00 am Jessica Okaty Graham
Friday
8:00 am - 9:00 am - with Anjana Morris - at
Sunday
8:00 am - 9:00 am - with Jessica Okaty Graham - at

Jessica Okaty Graham is a teacher at heart, as she loves gaining and sharing knowledge. She has taught many age groups ranging from early childhood development classes at Gymboree Play & Music to Ecology of South Florida at Florida International University. She currently teaches 6th grade science and reading at Keys Gate Charter School and Yoga at Key Largo Yoga.  Jessica’s love of learning has led her to obtain both a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music and a Master of Science degree in Environmental Studies. She has many interests such as music, dance, reading, food, travel, and nature. She added yoga to that list in 2005 when she took a course with Andrea Seidel at FIU and it has remained an important part of her life ever since.

Key Largo Yoga Staff Anjana

Anjana Morris was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama.  She went to Wake Forest University for her undergraduate studies and came back to Birmingham for her graduate studies in Public Health and Developmental Psychology at UAB.  She took her first yoga class in college with a friend, but sadly, she didn't enjoy it at all!  She found it cheesy and uncomfortable and well...just not her thing.  It wasn't until she was in graduate school in 2012 that a friend convinced her to give yoga another try, and she reluctantly agreed - after all, her upper back was always sore and she was willing to try anything!  That class, however, was much different from her first experience - not only did she feel substantially less tension in her back after one class, but she also felt more flexible and energetic for the entire rest of the day.  From then on, she was hooked!