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Thu May 17

Second Annual Edition of The Retreat Powered by MINI

The Second Annual Edition of The Retreat Powered by MINI in collaboration with the Miami Design District, Brought Together Health and Fitness Enthusiasts for Four Days under the Miami Sun.
The Retreat powered by MINI produced over a dozen of events in Miami Beach and the Miami Design District, May 3rd-6th, with
athleisure presentations, fitness classes with top instructors, panel discussions, meditation, and more.
May 7, 2018 (Miami, FL) – The fitness, health and wellness week known as The Retreat powered by MINI took over the health and
wellness scene in Miami with top magazine editors, influencers, fitness instructors, activations in Miami’s most sought-out venues.
Created by the founders of FUNKSHION, The Retreat brought together athleisure and wellness brands to an industry only audience of press, influencers, buyers and local enthusiasts.
The Retreat powered by MINI kicked off with Mindful Meditation presented by lululemon on Thursday, May 3rd at the Nautilus Hotel on Miami Beach, followed by the kick-off Forbidden Beach party with exclusive performances by Maty Noyes and Parson James. VIP guests of The Retreat powered by MINI dined on the rooftop of the Nautilus Hotel overlooking Miami Beach.
Fashion for Breakfast was served at the Soho Beach House on Friday, May 4th to an exclusive group of journalists, influencers and brand ambassadors discussing the art of mindfulness with Bianca Cheah of Sportluxe, Gilles Souteyrand of Body by Gilles, Nima Taherzadeh of Heroine Sport and Myk Likhov of Modern OM in conversation with Alexis Parente of InStyle Magazine shared their personal journey and stories.
Amanda Kloots brought The Dance Class to Miami, teaching her smoothest moves at the Design District’s Paradise Plaza. A panel discussion focused on nutrition and wellness segued, with panelists, Tiffany Noelani and Cristina Powter founders of Chill by Will, Amanda Kloots, Gilles Souteyrand, Lia Ames of Lunchology, Hugette Montesinos of DISfunkshion Magazine in conversation with Magda Lopez. A fitness class presented by Cellucor with Ron Boss Everline followed with Cellucor’s newest product: pre-workout energy drink.
Miami said Aloha! with Kopari beauty as the coconut infused line hosted an influencer dinner complete with DJ May Kwok and hula dancers at the Soho Beach House. Following dinner, since Miami knows how to sizzle, Samantha Ronson and Ocean Park Standoff performed by the Soho Beach House rooftop pool for The Retreat.
On Saturday morning, Gilles Souteyrand, presented his iconic workout class Body By Gilles to a packed house of influencers, VIP’s and Gilles-enthusiasts. The day followed with a powerful panel discussion on sustainability powered by MINI at the Institute of
Contemporary Art, Miami with panelists Danie Gomez-Ortigoza, Gabrielle Anwar and Taryn Toomey in conversation with Madeliene Marr of the Miami Herald. Inscape then presented a guided meditation experience in the Miami Design District’s newly opened Paradise Plaza, The Retreat’s home for the weekend.
Just before sunset, presentations by activewear brand Chill by Will and Heroine Sport, showed their latest collections on a rooftop terrace to a full-house. Heroine Sport also showed looks from its newly announced collection in collaboration with Tracy
“The Retreat’s mission is to support the rising wellness community and inspire by presenting a carefully curated program with focus on self-improvement and lifestyle choices that matter. We started the journey 15 years ago and are happy to continue as innovators creating new ways niche fashion industries can communicate with the world.” says Natalija Dedic Stojanovic, founder of The Retreat.
The Retreat powered by MINI and Miami Design District rounded up programming on Sunday with The Class by Taryn Toomey, a cathartic fitness experience and Barre-less Barre with Athleta. A farewell brunch at the Design District’s OTL was served to celebrate the weekend of health, wellness and fitness focused activities.
MINI USA was a proud partner with FUNKSHION to bring The Retreat Powered by MINI to Miami. The four-day fitness and
wellness festival highlights healthy living, beauty and fashion for the urban dweller, which are all core elements in the brand DNA.
FUNKSHION productions is a company that among other aspects of production, specializes in fashion show and fashion presentation concept, production and execution. FUNKSHION imagines, creates and executes events that connect people to fashion brands. From concept to execution FUNKSHION brings, a strategic vision to life through dynamic multimedia, state of the art equipment and a team of experts that delivers a dramatic client branded environment. For more information, visit:
MINI is an independent brand of the BMW Group. In the United States, MINI USA operates as a business unit of BMW of North America, LLC, located in Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey and includes the marketing and sales organizations for the MINI brand. The MINI USA sales organization is represented in the U.S. through a network of 128 MINI passenger car dealers in 39 states. MINI USA began selling vehicles in the U.S. in 2002 with the introduction of the MINI Cooper and MINI Cooper S Hardtops. Since then, the MINI Brand in the U.S. has grown to encompass a model range of four unique vehicles. For more information, visit:
The Miami Design District is a one-of-a-kind neighborhood that combines luxury shopping, galleries, museums, design stores, restaurants and major art and design installations all within an architecturally significant context. The Miami Design District is owned and operated by Miami Design District Associates, a partnership between Dacra, founded and owned by visionary entrepreneur Craig Robins, and L Catterton Real Estate, a global real estate development and investment fund, specializing in creating luxury shopping destinations. In 2018, the Miami Design District is expanding dramatically, with new restaurants and luxury boutiques opening in the distinctive, walkable neighborhood that welcomes and encourages innovation. As Miami becomes increasingly known for its own rich culture, the growth of the Miami Design District further reflects how the city is deserving of its place on the global stage.
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