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August 11, 2014

What is a Yogi Diet?

by Elaine Oyang, YGSF Instructor

A yogi diet includes foods that are fresh, unprocessed, and whole.

Food trends, fads, and opinions can leave us with more questions than answers about what type of diet is best. more »

By April Nichol

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August 8, 2014

Master Class: Alumni, Staff, Future Yoga Teachers.

Yoga Garden SF Air StudioCome home to Yoga Garden SF’s Air Studio.

Join one of YGSF Teacher Training Program instructors, Laurie Sleep, for a strong, mindful, all-levels Vinyasa yoga class followed by tea and treats. more »

By April Nichol

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July 30, 2014

Barre Class: on summer vacation!

Yoga Garden SF is excited to continue Barre 101, a fast-paced barre class which utilizes light weights and dance-based movements to compliment your existing yoga practice.

Instructor Mike Najjar will be out of town for a few weeks in August, but will resume classes on September 2.

NO CLASS:
Saturday, Aug 16
Tuesday, Aug 26
Thursday, Aug 28
Saturday, Aug 30

Mike has been a San Francisco resident of 24 years and happily takes advantage of the many health and wellness options the city has to offer. In addition to teaching Barre 101 classes, Mike enjoys yoga, running, and golf. Mike believes that all forms of exercise provide the perfect outlet for many of life’s challenges, whether they be physical or emotional.
He was drawn to the barre workout because of its low impact, strengthening, toning, and cardio elements. He feels that the Barre 101 class is a perfect complement for anyone who practices yoga and is excited to introduce the concept to YGSF.

By April Nichol

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July 29, 2014

Free Kids Yoga Class!

teaching kids yoga

By instilling a love of exercise at an early age, we intend to create a lifelong habit of caring for one’s physical and mental well-being. This class is taught with regard for different ways of learning. Auditory, visual and kinetic cues are given throughout each class making it accessible to many children. This class is taught by a senior teacher and observed by our teacher trainees. It is open to children aged 6-11 years.

Register here.

By Joanne Hawkins

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July 28, 2014

Work Exchange Opportunity

home-cleanerWant to work in exchange for a yoga membership? We are seeking someone to join our studio cleaning staff at Yoga Garden SF! more »

By Sonya Genel

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July 28, 2014

Why a Yoga School?

by David Nelson

Yoga teacher using skeleton to teach anatomy to yoga teacher training students at Yoga Garden San Francisco, a yoga school in San Francisco Bay Area

Yoga Garden SF may be a quaint boutique neighborhood yoga studio to you. We love that, but we like to think of ourselves as more than that. We call ourselves a yoga school because much of what we do at the Garden is scholastic: research and training through a structured, accredited curriculum, offering yoga teacher certification. Studio and school live under one roof because they need each other. more »

By David Nelson

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July 24, 2014

Interested in Advancing your Certification to RYT-500?

advanced yoga teacher training

“Yoga Garden’s 300 Hour Core Module 1 was very special for me.  It allowed me to deepen my knowledge and experience of the energetics of asana while​ ​facilitating a path ​way​ in self-discovery through ​parallel ​meditation practices. ​B​est of all, I was able to work intimately with other students​/​teachers and gain enduring inspiration from all the great questions, discussions and teachings! more »
By Cynthia Koch

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July 15, 2014

Back Care for Moms

backCultivating Ease and Strength in our Bodies

As moms we spend most of our hours nurturing new life with our bodies. Nursing, holding, supporting or simply looking down at our baby/child can leave us with an achy neck, tight shoulders and a painful lower back. Join Gabriella Yates on Saturday, September 20th from 1:30-4:30, to learn yoga postures to reduce tightness and pain and increase a sense of ease and movement in your neck, shoulders and back.

We will also look at strategies for improving our posture while caring for our babies through yoga postures focused on strengthening our abdomen and back.

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By Joanne Hawkins

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July 15, 2014

Prenatal Partner Workshop

man kissing pregnant bellyWith Gabbriella Yates

The Prenatal Partner Yoga Workshop is an opportunity for pregnant women to begin or enrich a yoga practice with the support of a partner, friend, or other loved one. Practicing yoga poses and breathing can greatly improve your physical, emotional and spiritual well-being  during pregnancy.  When practiced with a loving partner you can both grow together creating deeper mutual care, trust and family bonding. This deep connection, and the skills and tool acquired through yoga practice, will help both of you with your pregnancy, the labor process, and parenthood.

Please Register Early  as class is limited to 10 couples. Cost is $40 per couple. 10% discount for Members!

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By Kerri Stimson

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July 5, 2014

Yoga 101 with Cora Wen

cora wen yoga

Set Your Foundation

with Cora Wen

Yoga 101 begins Sunday, August 10th.  It is an introduction to yoga for complete beginners, a progressive series that meets weekly for four consecutive weeks.  Begin your mindful, heartful yoga practice. more »

By Kerri Stimson

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