Yoga Garden SF is turning 15 this summer! Please help us get ready by sharing any pictures, video, or stories you may have of your friends, experiences and memories of yoga at the Garden (2005-2013) and at our earlier incarnation as Castro Yoga (1998-2004). more »
Starting April 14th we’re adding an Iyengar yoga class to our Sunday morning schedule. Class begins at 9:30 AM. Our newest class is led by one of the recent additions to the Yoga Garden SF instructors, Adam Ayers.
On April 14 Yoga Garden SF student Mandy Hagenaar, along with thousands of other San Franciscans, will be walking to find a cure for MS (multiple sclerosis). Read on to see Mandy’s letter to you and all our fellow yogis.
Yoga Garden SF welcomes three new yoga instructors: Jason Bowman, Adam Ayers, and Dustin McCallister. Read on to learn about the latest additions to our staff.
If there’s any doubt that lower Divisadero Street is now officially one of San Francisco’s coolest neighborhoods, Wednesday’s opening of a Bi-Rite Market there should lay it to rest.
Yoga Garden SF owner and instructor Marisa Toriggino has been on retreat since Friday and she’s written a letter home! Here she shares the highlights of her experience studying with Patricia Walden (recently returned from studying with B.K.S. Iyengar) at an abbey in southern Louisiana.
Marisa’s travels will continue when she and Gabriella Yates host their own Mediterranean Yoga Retreat on the island of Ischia in Italy this June. There’s still time to register for the Italy retreat with a $100 discount before February 15th.
Read Marisa’s letter: more »
Yoga Garden SF welcomes Kimberly! A Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher who has been teaching for over 14 years. Kimberly’s classes are holistic and thorough, encouraging hard work and deep relaxation. At the heart of her classes is a spirit of inquiry and a dedication to empowerment.
Yoga Garden SF welcomes new Yoga Teacher Katrin Kuttner! Born and raised in Germany, Katrin’s deep immersion into yoga began in Shanghai while pursuing a graduate degree in fine arts. The convergence of ancient Eastern traditions with a rapidly modernizing city provided the perfect space to develop a yoga practice that embraces change and transformation.
Yoga Garden welcomes new Yoga Teacher Laurie Sleep! What Laurie finds most rewarding about teaching yoga is creating a safe and supportive environment where students can challenge themselves, be present and mindful, be playful and accept themselves, and relax — all at the same time.