Yoga in San Francisco


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  • International Orange
    What makes it great: private deck with bamboo garden, yoga classes, massages complemented by essential oils, a lounge with organic refreshments, organic skincare products from Skinceuticals and In Fiore, and celebrity clientele including Gwyneth Paltrow and Julia Roberts
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    2044 Fillmore St
    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
  • 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
  • Bernal Yoga
    If Bernal Heights is San Francisco's capital of yoga, then Bernal Yoga on Cortland Avenue is its epicenter. A studio for just about every style and sub-heading one can practice, this juggernaut of mindfulness runs the gamut from morning vinyasa to restorative flow to prenatal yoga, and while the cost of a single drop-in session might sometimes be high, Bernal Yoga draws in stressed or misaligned souls with superb medium- and long-term classes that help with spinal health and general wellness alike. Who knew that a simple four-walled room with hardwood floors would be the beating heart of the community, or that more than a dozen different instructors could work together to help change the health of an entire neighborhood?
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    461 Cortland Ave
    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
  • Opening Presence Yoga and Massage
    Enjoy a day filled with bliss and relaxation at Opening Presence Yoga and Massage day spa in San Francisco. With a professional massage treatment, you can reduce stress and alleviate pain in targeted areas. To ease the scheduling process, this spa takes clients by appointment only. For professional and rejuvenating spa services that won't break the bank, check out this establishment. Yes, plastic is accepted! From MasterCard to Visa, your major credit card can be used for payments. Enjoy the quick and painless street parking at Opening Presence Yoga and Massage. So visit Opening Presence Yoga and Massage for a spa experience you just can't beat.
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    3448 Sacramento Street
    San Francisco, CA US

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