Yoga in Daly City

71% Off at Purusha Yoga

Outer Richmond

$99 $29

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Students gain strength and flexibility in community-oriented yoga, Zumba, and dance classes held in a sunny studio

Up to Half Off at Hiking Yoga

Multiple Locations

$20 $9.99

Outdoor hiking and yoga combine for 90 minutes of cardio and strength work in a natural setting, and groups can take private hikes

Up to 61% Off at Being Yoga with Trishna

First Voice Studio

$60 $29

Hatha yoga classes fuse breath and movement with held poses and meditation for a dynamic yet relaxing experience

Up to 75% Off at Integral Yoga Institute

Castro

$120 $35

Instructors teach yoga and meditation classes that emphasize breath, form, and the harmonious development of the individual

Up to 73% Off at Hot Yoga Ocean Ave

Ingleside

$99 $49

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Bikram-inspired and Vinyasa yoga classes in 60- to 90-minute sessions

Up to 83% Off Bikram Yoga

San Francisco

$280 $49.99

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Each 90-minute, heated class is designed to stimulate every organ, gland, muscle, and body system with a sequence of 26 postures

Up to 68% Off at Yoga Flow SF

Ocean Ave

$150 $49

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Instructors set Vinyasa sequences to music in heated studio, modifying poses to suit all levels; massage & childcare services also available

89% Off at Bikram Yoga Seacliff

Bikram Yoga Seacliff

$260 $29

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Certified instructors guide students through Bikram yoga's 26 postures to limber up and detoxify physiques in a heated studio

Up to 69% Off Yoga Classes

Cow Hollow

$160 $59

Students stretch their way to better health in a variety of yoga classes including power yoga, sunrise yoga, and yoga for athletes

Up to 77% Bikram Yoga Classes

Civic Center

$130 $49

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Bikram Yoga classes in a heated studio engage major muscle groups and boost flexibility in a sequence of 26 asanas

64% Off Yoga Classes at AstaYoga

Mission Dolores

$70 $25

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The spacious, serene studio practices Ashtanga yoga and helps students achieve physical and spiritual balance

45% Off Yoga Classes

San Francisco

$750 $413

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 83% Off at Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center

Ashbury Heights

$115 $19

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Nonprofit yoga studio is open seven days a week and offers 60-minute beginner yoga classes and 90-minute all-level yoga classes

Up to 60% Off Outdoor Yoga and Hiking

Multiple Locations

$72 $29

Outdoor yoga journeys include vinyasa yoga sessions and gentle to moderate hikes through Land's End park or along Bakers Beach

Up to 75% Off Yoga Classes at Moksha Life Center

Financial District

$160 $49

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Vinyasa flow, yoga sculpt, Jiva Mukti, and Iyengar yoga classes lead students through a variety of poses to help center the mind and body

Up to 80% Off at Omine Yoga

San Bruno

$150 $39

Yoga classes use belts, chairs, and other props to assist moves based on students' abilities; Ageless yoga is available for older students

Up to 76% Off at Pacifica Beach Yoga

Sharp Park

$85 $20

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Certified instructors guide students through hot yoga poses in studio heated to 90–105 degrees

Half Off Bikram Yoga

Burlingame

$30 $15

90-minute Bikram yoga classes can help to flush out toxins, strengthen muscles, and foster inner peace

75% Off Bikram-Yoga Classes

Lakeshore

$100 $25

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Bikram Choudhury protégé leads 90-minute yoga classes that explore 26 postures in heated room

83% Off Yoga Classes

Lakeshore

$150 $26

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Yoga classes offered morning and evening

Up to 59% Off at Earth Tribe Yoga

Downtown

$45 $19

Spacious, downtown studio sets the stage for a variety of yoga classes such as Vinyasa, Kundalini, and Hatha

Up to 88% Off Yoga Classes at YogaLove Oakland

Prescott

$140 $20

Gain flexibility and greater strength in these small group yoga classes in West Oakland

Up to 59% Off at Leela Yoga

Alameda

$70 $29

Yoga classes in styles such as hatha align, vinyasa flow, and ashtanga, plus special sessions for seniors and expectant mothers

Up to 83% Off at Red Dragon Yoga

Multiple Locations

$175 $30

In heated eco-friendly studios, instructors lead Bikram and power yoga to help patrons build muscle and detoxify their bodies

Up to 71% Off Yoga Classes

Albany

$105 $39.50

Eight different yoga classes focus on calming the mind and strengthening the body through various styles of movement

Up to 70% Off Yoga Classes

North Berkeley

$128 $39

Chic, eco-friendly yoga boutique hosts daily Power Vinyasa classes that accommodate students of all experience levels

Up to 73% Off at The Works

Berkeley

$144 $39

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Instructors motivate students in a variety of fitness classes such as Cardio Dance, Yoga, Pilates, and Total Body Challenge

65% Off Classes at YogaKula

North Berkeley

$110 $39

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Studio that incorporates a spa offers yoga classes with poses for beginners and those in need of a challenge

70% Off at Square One Yoga San Leandro

Estudillo Estates - Glen

$130 $39

Collective of certified instructors flows through relaxing, invigorating poses with intimate groups of students in a community-driven studio

47% Off Services

Richmond

$15 $8

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Up to 62% Off at Barefoot Yoga Studio 

Lower Bal

$90 $39

Classes offered seven days a week include 90-minute Vinyasa Flow or Power Flow, which is performed in a heated room

82% Off Yoga Classes

Multiple Locations

$160 $29

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One month of unlimited yoga classes help strengthen and sculpt muscles

Up to 84% Off Yoga Classes from Yog-V 

Redwood Village

$150 $39

In small-group yoga sessions, an instructor guides yogis through a fluid series of poses

Up to 80% Off at Hot Box Yoga

Downtown Hayward

$120 $29

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Instructors lead sessions in Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, and Hot Yoga classes in a 2,200 sq ft. studio

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The next time you're on the roof of a five-story building, look down at the ground, and you'll get a rough idea of just how high people climb at Touchstone Climbing. The gym's seven locations feature lead walls that rise as high as 50 feet off the ground, though height isn't the only dimension that makes the space feel immense. Each spot has at least 11,000 square feet of climbing terrain, not to mention as much as 3,000 square feet of bouldering.

To prevent newcomers from feeling intimidated by the magnitude of the environment, the gym holds introductory classes. During these sessions, participants learn the basic techniques they'll need if they want to conquer the gym's crack systems and boulder problems. The classes are also an opportunity for students to scope out the terrain features at each location, such as Diablo Rock Gym's steep prow, which juts out crookedly like a thumbs up from a dizzy ballerina. While they're at it, the visitors might notice something else: the social nature of the gym. As the San Francisco Chronicle recounts, the fact that lead climbs require two people means that climbers are constantly asking around for new partners and chatting back and forth as they ascend.

Each location also boasts a weight room, cardio machines, and a studio space for everything from yoga to spinning to core classes.

2295 Harrison St
San Francisco,
CA
US

After walking through the studio’s namesake entryway, visitors to Funky Door Yoga Polk Street are greeted by the grunts of Bikram practitioners carried on waves of steamy heat. The stretch dojo's seven-day schedule boasts early-morning, afternoon, and evening classes that take place in a classroom stoked to up to 105 degrees, the perfect temperature for facilitating flexibility or melting a corporate rival's ice statue in effigy. Students run through Bikram Choudhury’s 26 poses that pique muscles, organs, veins, and ligaments while the sweltering heat flushes toxins from the body. After a 90-minute session, students can hop into one of Funky Door Yoga Polk Street's showers, or down a bottle of water or sports drink available for purchase. The studio also stocks rentable mats and towels for greenhorn yogis not quite experienced enough to levitate.

The bright studio helps students fine-tune posework with wall-to-wall mirrors, and the expansive floor space affords enough space to execute even the most complex poses. Two nearby parking lots and metered parking afford convenient parking for car-toting students.

1749 Waller St
San Francisco,
CA
US

Fitness industry veteran Dulcinea Lee Hellings's goal is to bring a high-quality, effective exercise regimen to people who don't love big gyms or can't afford personal trainers. In 2004, she realized that mornings could be used for more than hitting the snooze button over and over for two hours, and founded Boot Camp "Morning Crunch!" to help fledgling exercisers whip into shape.

She designs her all-levels programs to be scream-free morning motivators⎯the first stop in her patrons' journey of daily accomplishments. The fast-paced, ever-changing circuit of strength and cardio exercises keeps bodies guessing and minds from becoming bored. Each of the boot camp's 12 outdoor locations has a different dedicated trainer who gets to know each student personally, remembering their names and memorizing any interesting freckle patterns. They complement their morning routines with a smattering of evening options for those who prefer to work out after the day's activities.

2324 Chestnut St
San Francisco,
CA
US

Harnessing a minimum of 500 hours of Yoga Alliance training, YogaWorks's expert instructors build lean muscles with traditional Ashtanga, Iyengar, and Vinyasa flows enhanced by inspiring music, ambient candlelight, meditation, and props. Their fitness classes further the body-shaping results of yoga, strengthening core muscles with Pilates, increasing endurance and lean muscles with TRX classes, and building stamina with resistance-based SculptWorks. Instructors also host exotic yoga retreats, which marry the excitement of travel to far-away locales with the benefits of yoga to bestow students with the confident grace required to approach a foreign yoga mat without startling it.

Those in search of further training can access online videos by subscribing to myyogaworks.com, which offers a free, 14-day trial for new users. Students can search for videos by workout duration, skill level, and the targeted area of the body.

1823 Divisadero St
San Francisco,
CA
US

A third-generation spiritist, certified yoga teacher, and Thai yoga therapist, Archimedes de Leon strives to bring his students to a realization of their inner selves, talents, and ultimate essence through spiritual and physical discovery. By achieving a state of self-awareness, he believes that people become compassionate stewards of their planet, whether it is Earth or Krypton.

Archimedes named his studio after the god of physical culture. The studio owner explores the forces of mind and body by offering yoga instruction and hosting local art at the Hanuman Center art gallery. In addition to leading daily fitness classes, he helms a series of workshops that further explore the art of healing and self-awareness through methods such as acupuncture, yogic breathing, and Reiki.

4450 18th St
San Francisco,
CA
US

It was Lily Riesenfeld and Leila Burrows’ respective passions for Pilates and yoga that spawned The Pad, a tranquil wellness center highlighted by geometric mirrors and Victorian-chic accent walls. Featured in SF Yoga Magazine, The Pad caters to men and women of all ages and fitness levels by offering a diverse schedule of private, duet, and group yoga and Pilates classes. Skilled instructors, each with their own set of specializations, lead sessions ranging from Vinyasa power to prenatal and postpartum classes, helping students find balance through controlled breathing, strategic movements, and attempts to drip all sweat beads into a single thimble. The studio is set at a consistent 75 degrees, keeping muscles warm and toxins crawling far away from bodies.

1690 Union St
San Francisco,
CA
US