Hours, Location & Parking

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Hours

Yoga Garden SF offers classes from 6:30 am to 9:30 pm Monday through Friday and 9 am through 7:30 pm Saturday and Sunday.

Desk staff are available to help you during the hours posted below.  At all other times, our lobby opens 15 minutes prior to the start of a scheduled class or event.

  • Weekdays
    • 8:30 am- 8:30 pm
  • Weekends
    • 8:30 am-6:30 pm Saturday
    • 8:30 am-8:30 pm Sunday

Location

Yoga Garden SF is located at 286 Divisadero Street, between Haight and Page Streets. View Map

Divisadero Street (NOPA) and Haight Streets are each destinations for cafes, restaurants, galleries, shopping and personal services.

Auto Parking

There is plentiful on-street parking from 7 am to 6 pm Monday – Friday. We are in a 2-hour permit parking zone, so there is regular turnover of on-street parking. Allow at least 10 minutes to find on-street parking after 6 pm.

Paid parking is available at the DMV parking lot after 5 pm. Yoga Garden SF students receive a 50% discount when they use code 286 to check in their car.  Two hours cost $5.00.

For free parking, without time limit, look for parking West of Divisadero Street.

Bike Parking

We offer wall-hanging bike racks behind our gated entrance, and bike racks on the sidewalk.  Secure your bike to the racks with your cable lock. Use the SF Bicycle Coalition Mapper to find the best bike route. We are on or near Bike Routes 47 and 32.

Transit

We are four easy blocks from the N Judah stop at Duboce Park, and we are less than one block from the following Muni Bus lines: 24 Divisadero, 6 Parnassus, 7 Haight, 66 Quintara, 71 and 71L Noriega. Visit Transit 511 for schedules, maps and routes.

About 286 Divisadero

Yoga Garden SF’s home was originally built as a Victorian home in the 1880’s, it has been extensively modified over the century and it has a rich history of interesting uses. It served as a Dominican chapel for over 30 years, it was a jazz club in the 30s, and it was the birthplace and home of KQED 88.5 FM starting in 1969. It has also been a recording studio and an office building until its current use as a yoga school.

286 Divisadero now has three yoga studios, a retail boutique, showers and changing facilities, two lobbies, and offices on three floors. And of course, we have our garden, where you can chat with friends between classes.

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