Miami Beach Kundalini Yoga Festival founder Mia Glick, left, and a student practicing Kundalini Yoga. The yoga festival will take place on Memorial Day weekend May 28 and 29.
Miami Beach Kundalini Yoga Festival founder Mia Glick, left, and a student practicing Kundalini Yoga. The yoga festival will take place on Memorial Day weekend May 28 and 29. BRIAN SCOTT SMITH Special to the Miami Herald
Miami Beach Kundalini Yoga Festival founder Mia Glick, left, and a student practicing Kundalini Yoga. The yoga festival will take place on Memorial Day weekend May 28 and 29. BRIAN SCOTT SMITH Special to the Miami Herald

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