Yoga in San Francisco


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  • Embodying Self
    A guild-certified Feldenkrais practitioner, movement artist, and theater student, the owner of Embodying Self, Arona, harnesses more than 20 years' experience to train clients in movement practices that improve performance and prevent injury. Group and private lessons get bodies moving with tango, improv, yoga, and Feldenkrais techniques, which increase self-awareness through a focused attention on movement and touch. Arona guides classes with the student's experience in mind, encouraging experimentation with varying permutations to help them easily adapt to any floor space, partner, music, or mosh pit. The program aims to help improve balance and flexibility, and to address bodily pain and depression.
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    766 Brannan Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Hiking Yoga - San Francisco
    Hiking Yoga's founder, Eric Kipp, assembles a group of spry yogis several times a week before he puts more than a decade's worth of outdoor fitness experience to use. Students join Eric and other skilled teachers for rousing cardio, strength building, and flexibility training while hiking the hills of the Bay Area and stopping in scenic spots to do yoga. Classes are available throughout the week, and an online schedule makes it easy to sign up for your upcoming class, find time to witness some of the lesser-seen vistas of the area and achieve an impactful workout. Eric also supplies yoga mats and staff for each class.
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    1 Ferry Bldg.
    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
  • YogaWorks
    YogaWorks' fleet of expert instructors administers a spectrum of classes for benders of all abilities in five different studios. Limber up with well-known traditions such as Ashtanga and Vinyasa or sample lesser-known paths to lithe enlightenment, such as Iyengar, known in secret circles as the "way of the swift-handed dancing snake." Different poses unblock dammed channels of energy, and deep breathing suffuses the fatigued spirit with renewed vigor, like blowing into a Nintendo cartridge, allowing you to finally become flexible enough to eat your food with your feet and touch your earlobes together.
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    1823 Divisadero St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Ashtanga Yoga
    It’s no wonder Meir Leshem knows his way around a yoga mat—his teacher is Tim Miller, the first American certified to teach Ashtanga yoga. Leshem has also taken workshops from the developer of the Ashtanga style, Pattabi Jois. Rather than retreat into a solitary practice, he decided to share the knowledge he gained from the world-renowned yogis with students. In 1997, he opened SF Ashtanga Yoga, where continues to lead students through regular classes, as well as train aspiring yoga instructors during a teacher training program. Leshem focuses on a style of yoga called Ashtanga, a word that literally means "yoga has eight limbs.” This translation isn’t a simple observation referring to a pet spider affectionately named yoga, though. Nor does it deal with actual human body parts. Rather, the eight “limbs” represent the eight metaphysical aspects of one’s practice, which include morality, concentration, mediation, and contemplation. Meir weaves a tapestry of poses that touch on all eight of the concepts, creating fluid sequences that work to forge flexible and strong muscles while strengthening the bond between body and mind. Through this, he hopes to cultivate inner and outer harmony that results in deep relaxation and overall good health.
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    701 11th Avenue
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Yoga Tree
    What happens when a nightclub owner and yoga instructor partner up in a business venture? They create yoga workshops that incorporate heart-pumping bass and dubstep beats spun by the likes of FreQNasty and Rara Avis, in addition to traditional hatha and vinyasa lessons. Tim Dale and Tara Dale helm Yoga Tree, a studio that offers a wide variety of classes and yoga styles so that practitioners can find the style that best fits their practice, and instructors can lead classes in the specialty that speaks to them. And since opening their first studio in 1999, the duo has expanded their business to include six more locations throughout the Bay area to meet the demand for the Yoga Tree experience. Teacher training courses are also available for those interested in leading their own classes. Students can opt for a 200- or 500-hour program, or elective classes that focus on Tantric yoga, handstands, and holistic Yoga Nidra. Yoga Tree also sells yoga-related products in their store, such as yoga attire, mats, books, and DVDs.
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    24 Shotwell St
    San Francisco, CA US

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