Yoga Alliance® Registered 85-hour Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training Program
Learn to teach yoga to pregnant women. Support them through pregnancy and birth, and help shape a future filled with consciously-nurtured future yogis.
Yoga Garden SF (YGSF) is a leading international center for prenatal yoga teacher training, with graduates successfully teaching all over the world. Our prenatal yoga certification program is among the first to offer Yoga Alliance registration as a Prenatal Yoga School, giving our graduates an assurance of quality and the unique advantage of being a Yoga Alliance® Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher (RPYT). more »
with Olympia Nuttall
Exciting news! Olympia’s Tuesday 9:00 am class is changing to Yoga for Women.
A practice designed for women in a caring atmosphere of acceptance created by women, this class is appropriate for all women. Modifications will happily be made for pregnancy, postpartum health, menstruation, and menopause. more »
A Restorative Yoga and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Workshop for Moms
Take Your Teaching to the Next Level: Yoga Alliance RYT500
It couldn’t be easier. You have already done a lot of the work, and we have put together the best financial option on the market.
Sentimental Gold Ring left in Earth Studio
One of our teachers, Olympia, is missing a family ring given to her by her late father. It was left in the downstairs “Earth” studio during Prenatal on Sunday, November 3rd. The ring is gold with a green and yellow stone, held near and dear to Olympia’s heart. If anyone finds it please return it to the front desk and you will be offered a reward.
Update on YGSF’s new Mom Liz Gillian and her beautiful baby boy!
Little Derek George Hiner was born on Wednesday, November 6th at 9:00 AM- Just a bit before Liz’s due date. Her water broke late Monday evening and after a couple of days Derek was born into this world and is strong as can be. We are thrilled to see Liz and Christopher’s family grow and look forward to sharing more updates on YGSF’s smallest member.
Scroll through to see photos of baby hush puppy below.
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, November 9th 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. more »