We’ve got some new additions to the studio! Updates include: new mat storage on the second floor, new blankets and props in the air studio and new colors of our best selling Jade Mats in the studio shop.
Gain valuable experience, develop your style and build a student following as a new yoga professional.
We still need teachers for the following dates in July: 5th, 12th, 19th & 30th. more »
Support our Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training Trainees!
As part of our internationally-acclaimed Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training, the trainees will teach public prenatal yoga classes under the expert supervision of our very own Marisa Toriggino. more »
Tell someone you know! A yoga journey of a thousand poses begins with a single Uttanasana…
The Free Intro to Yoga Class is for students who have never taken a yoga class before, or who are interested in learning about how we teach yoga at YGSF. more »
Schedule update: Mike Najjar will be away for vacation and we cancelled barre class on Tuesday – June 30, Thursday – July 2, and Saturday – July 4.We hope to see you back on the bar soon!
Free for members & $5 drop-in for non-members
In order to support our growing alumni community, YGSF is offering community classes to give our teacher training graduates a chance to practice their skills in their home studio.
These classes will be offered every Sunday from 3:30 to 4:40 starting May 31st. These classes will be taught by alumni our 200, 300 and mentorship program, therefore styles of classes will vary with each teacher.
New students are welcome. Proceeds from the class will be used for merit-based financial assistance for our yoga school students.
with Leslie Howard
A healthy pelvic floor is more than doing Kegels. Proper work of strengthening and stabilizing the pelvic floor helps to create the correct foundation of each movement in the body. It is a basic tool to avoid loss of energy from this important area. A strong pelvic floor helps keep the pelvic and abdominal organs healthy as we age. more »
Practice for a cause! Please join us Saturday, July 18th as we raise money for earthquake survivors in Nepal. This evening will consist of a candlelit, mindful flow class taught by Karen Macklin, live music by Sean Feit and a closing Buddhist meditation on compassion.