Yoga in Daly City


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  • Bikram Hot Yoga Daly City San Francisco
    The instructors at Bikram Hot Yoga Daly City embody a commitment to wellness through the method's 26 postures, having received their certifications from the creator of Bikram yoga himself, Bikram Choudhury. Demonstrating their dedication, the CPR-ready teachers must undergo recertification and win a barefoot-hopscotch tournament on an active volcano every three years, ensuring that they can lead classes in the studio's 105-degree heat. Their 90-minute sessions bend and stretch through Bikram's poses in a progressive order, a sequence that both warms and limbers up the body's connective tissues. As the steamy temperatures flush out toxins through sweat, newly oxygenated blood refreshes every part of the physique. The staff encourages guests to cultivate a deep understanding of technique rather than a drive to quickly perfect it, reassuring them that "there is no standard of comparison except yourself."
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    203 Southgate Avenue
    Daly City, 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
  • Bikram Yoga Nob Hill
    Formerly known as Funky Door Yoga Polk Street, Bikram Yoga Nob Hill continues to host invigorating hot yoga classes that promote self-healing and wellbeing. Through 26 asanas and two distinct breathing exercises. The Bikram Yoga system methodically engages major muscle groups and stretches ligaments. Throughout each 90-minute session, the instructors keep the studio heated to a balmy 105 degrees, which facilitates safer, deeper stretches. The classes are physically demanding, but instructors take care to make them accessible for students of all skill and fitness levels. After class, attendees have the opportunity to rinse off using the onsite showers before returning to their everyday sweatband-modeling responsibilities.
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    1336 Polk St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • The Sun Room
    The Sun Room, located in a Mission Street strip mall near 20th Street, is a donate-what-you-will space for yoga and other guided movements. It would be easy for customers to overlook this spot because of its external appearance, but the unassuming outside suite leads way to the beautiful main floor, a bamboo temple about the size of a ballet company’s dance studio. Here, customers can find quantum martial arts, hatha flow and Zumba happening every hour of the day, and every day of the week. It’s 900 square feet of healing, at an affordable price, which keeps it open to a maximally diverse crowd of Missionites.
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    2390 Mission St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Being Yoga with Trishna
    At a serene studio space with hardwood floors and natural lighting, yoga instructor Trishna Horvath helps her students calm their minds as they recognize their strength and flexibility. She leads dynamic and meditative Hatha flow classes throughout the week, combining breath and movement with held poses and meditation for deep relaxation. A yoga instructor since 1998, Trishna also leads weekly yoga and meditation classes for incarcerated youth. Her ongoing study of Sanskrit-based philosophy and her travels to Asia inspire her approach to teaching.
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    41A Parsons St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Aha Yoga
    Inside Aha Yoga’s studio, students move in unison, lifting limbs and expanding lungs with rhythmic breathing as they follow an instructor’s lead through a 90-minute Vinyasa class. In addition to Vinyasa, the instructors of Aha Yoga also teach calmer restorative classes and intense hot yoga classes, in which which students ease their arms and legs into deeper stretches as the heat opens up stiff muscles and warms up the cold bowl of soup inside every human liver.
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    1892 Union St
    San Francisco, CA US

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