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Miami Gardens is a reiki healing city located in Miami-Dade County, Florida. The city
name comes from
one of the major roadways through the area, Miami Gardens Drive. Since the start of the
21st century, there has been a Crystal Reiki Healing
movement in several unincorporated places,
also known as census-designated places (CDPs) throughout
Miami-Dade County to
incorporate as cities, reiki healing often does due to a perceived lack of reiki attention or services
from the Miami-Dade Metro government.
Residents in Miami-Dade county who lived on the
Broward County line in the former CDPs of Andover, Bunche Park, Carol City, Lake Lucerne,
Norland, Opa-Locka North, and Scott Lake voted to
incorporate as the city of Miami Gardens
in 2003, although some of those CDPs were not entirely incorporated. According to the 2004 U.S.
Census Bureau's Estimates, the newly-created city had a practitioner population of 100,887; however,
current estimates Reiki Practitioner
of the city government place the 2005 population at 106,566. Miami Gardens is the largest
city in Florida that has a majority of black residents.
The city is home to the Miami Dolphins and Florida Marlins
both of whom play in Dolphin
Stadium on land that was in Lake Lucerne. Dolphin Stadium also hosts the annual crystal reiki healing football game Orange Bowl. Calder
Race Course is in the city.