Yoga in San Carlos


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  • MYNULIFSTUDIO
    Inspired by her Bikram yoga practice, Anjanette Bixel-Heller opened MYNULIFSTUDIO in 2014 as a means of seeking a healthier, more natural way of life. Inside the modest space, which features bamboo floors, radiant heat, and views of a verdant courtyard, Anjanette and her staff host various fitness classes to develop guests' mind-body connections. Primary among those are the studio's yoga offerings, which include hot, Vinyasa, and Yin sessions. Other courses focus on TRX suspension training, high-intensity interval training, and Pilates- and barre-inspired workouts. After sessions, pupils can grab one of the studio's nutrient-rich, organic smoothies, which feature dark, leafy greens and whole fruits and vegetables.
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    1100 Laurel Street
    San Carlos, CA US
  • Planet Granite
    When the climbers of Planet Granite say that community anchors everything they do, they have a history of outreach to back it up. After Castle Rock State Park appeared on California?s closure list, Planet Granite?s team quickly organized a fundraiser to save the sanctuary. They pledged $10,000 in matching funds, threw an auction, scheduled guest speakers, and obtained support from companies such as REI. In one night, they raised $20,725. This kind of response has typified Planet Granite?s team since opening its first facility in 1994. One of the first climbing gyms in the country, Planet Granite has expanded to three gyms in Belmont, San Francisco, and Sunnyvale. The diverse array of climbing resources at each location led Popsugar to name the gym conglomerate one of the top five in San Francisco in 2011. At the Sunnyvale location, members scale 25,000 square feet of climbable surfaces that ascend from low bouldering terrains to 60-foot walls. In keeping with their commitment to community, the staff tailors instruction and climbing routes to every ability level and affinity for hand sweatiness. They also supervise each gyms? fully equipped fitness centers, ranging from CrossFit to yoga, which provides a peaceful counterbalance to the full-body workout of rock climbing.
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    100 El Camino Real
    Belmont, CA US

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