Yoga in West Portal


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  • Yoga Flow SF
    At Yoga Flow SF, the ingredients for a healthy class are not blood, sweat, and tears but music, stretches, and heat. The instructors specialize in Vinyasa flow and hold classes in a well-lit space warmed to at least 80 degrees. For each session, they lead participants through a medley of stretches and poses that flow seamlessly into one another, and they also play music to complement the practice and encourage relaxation and continual breathing. Their curriculum accommodates beginners and practiced yogis alike with offerings from Mellow Flow to Fast Flow classes. During the 60- to 75-minute sessions, teachers aid individual pupils by offering modifications suitable for beginner or advanced students. They also host private seminars, and corporate classes and offer childcare services.
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    385 Ashton Ave
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Elevate Group Fitness
    At Elevate Group Fitness, all classes incorporate the ele_Fusion? method?a unique blend of Pilates, ballet barre, yoga, and resistance training?for a fun, body-sculpting workout. Each group class maxes out at 16 students, so teachers can provide personalized attention as needed, helping each student focus on connecting with their bodies, moving mindfully, and blocking out the whimpers of whiny leg muscles. There are three styles of classes to choose from at Elevate: total body and cardio, upper body and core, or lower body and abs. In the lower body classes, students can expect to incorporate a combination of Pilates mat work, ballet barre movements, and leg bands for a low-impact workout that will tighten the glutes and tone thighs.
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    1720 Ocean Avenue
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Hot Yoga Ocean Ave
    Hot Yoga Ocean Ave's team of certified Bikram and hot-yoga instructors believe that yoga is life, and share their passion with students of all experience levels, guiding them in achieving mental and physical wellness. Their philosophy emphasizes yoga as a practice, urging students to be patient with their progress and to move through poses modified to their abilities without pushing their muscles too far or blackmailing the hamstrings to hold standing bow pose longer than everyone else. Though the classes are open to students of all abilities, Hot Intro guides newbies through the 26-pose series and two breathing exercises, and the vigorous Surya Namaskara challenges yogis with a repeated sequence of 12 flexing and stretching poses to push limbs to their maximum range of motion. To help muscles sink deep into healing stretches and expel toxins through sweat, the studio is heated to balmy temperatures, so patrons are advised to drink lots of water and leave snowmen tied up outside.
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    1637 Ocean Avenue
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Yoga Tai Chi Qigong Classes
    Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Average class length: 30?60 minutes Number of Staff: 1?5 people Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes Established: 2008 Guests allowed: No Parking: Free street parking Pro Tip: Wear comfortable clothes: sweatpants, etc. No yoga mat needed.
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    564 Monterey Boulevard, studio B
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center
    For more than half a century, the volunteer instructors of Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center—a nonprofit organization—have kept founder Swami Vishnu-devananda’s mission alive. To help students balance their mind, body, and spirit through yoga, the instructors lead classical yoga and meditation classes seven days a week. Yoga newbies can take part in 60-minute beginner sessions, which focus on breath work and posture practice, and more seasoned yogis can challenge themselves in an “open” class that encourages meditating until they levitate and touch the ceiling. To ensure ample attention, instructors keep all class sizes small and take a gentle approach to teaching the ancient fitness form. Along with enlightening students about yoga, the center’s volunteers also encourage helping out with charitable endeavors such as the prison project, which provides yoga books, correspondence letters, and yoga classes to inmates. The center also serves donation-based vegetarian meals at 12 p.m. and 7 p.m. each day. At Sivananda’s 40-acre yoga farm, located in the Sierra Nevada Foothills, students can escape the hustle and bustle of the real world as they decompress with daily yoga and reenergize with organic foods harvested from the farm.
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    1200 Arguello Blvd.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Fluid Yoga
    Today's Groupon treats you and a friend to 10 Bikram yoga classes on 10 consecutive days for just $20. That's one dollar a pop for the two of you—less than the cost of a bottle of water or an authentic Revolutionary War baseball cap. Grab this Groupon and head to Fluid Yoga, a steamy meditation oasis, for 10 classes over 10 days with a yoga-friend (must activate with another human being). Become synchronized yogis, harnessing your vibratory frequencies to unlock the seven floating shift-cities and liberate them from Karnok the Mindscraper. Or take classes separately as your schedules may demand, leaving the battle for another day.Ice Yoga: The contortions of Ice Yoga—invented by the miniature frost giants who settled in Minnesota in the 1850s—were originally developed as a technique for the giants to disguise themselves as snowdrifts or frost-covered yurts while waiting in silence for a passing elk to spook and devour.
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    455 Judah St
    San Francisco, CA US

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