Yoga Garden would like to start a regularly scheduled kids yoga class. To see if there is enough interest we are having a FREE Kids Yoga Class on Thursday Oct. 27 at 3pm with Teacher Vanessa Kahlon. Ideal age range is 4-8 yrs old.
Don’t miss the PREMIER event for new and expecting parents in San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area. The Birth and Baby Fair showcases local businesses and resources as well as independent designers with the aim to educate and expose new & expecting parents and young families to unique & beneficial products & services. Highlights include:
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.
Partner yoga workshop for pregnant women and their partner/husband/friend during pregnancy.
Practicing yoga poses and breathing can greatly improve your physical, emotional and spiritual well- being. When practiced with a loving partner you can both grow together creating deeper mutual care, trust and family bonding. This will help both of you with your pregnancy, the labor process and parenthood.
We will do poses individually and as couples. This class will be taught at a level that will be comfortable for all participants. more »
The ‘Restore Balance’ workshop will offer an opportunity to foster blissful moments of rejuvenation, so often neglected in our modern lifestyles. In addition to the practice of yoga poses, the traditional Indian Ayurvedic masters also practiced a form of acupuncture to stimulate the proper flow of prana throughout the body.
Join Eric Shaw in this 3-hr workshop as we explore and simplify the map Patanjali laid out in his Yoga Sutras.
This workshop is designed to add to your knowledge and deepen your understanding so you experience how profoundly and gracefully the path can transform your life.
Workshop includes lecture and meditation and is excellent for teachers and students of yoga. Workshop fee: $35.
Move from Beginner to Intermediate in 12-weeks with David Nelson
This 12-week series is a systematic coverage of nearly 70 yoga asanas. Starting with the fundamentals of standing poses and moving through seated poses, forward extensions, backward extensions, lateral extensions and rotations, shoulderstands and variations and headstand away from wall. This course is OK for pregnant women, but is not appropriate for people who have on-going therapeutic needs or remedial work.
Students completing this course will be comfortable in level 2 and level 2-3 classes. Beginner are welcome, but should have some introductory experience before the beginning of the program. Students with active memberships and passes may attend this series, or drop in to individual classes. A special price for those who register for the complete series is $132, limited to 10 people.
Date: 9/9/2011 – 12/2/2011 Time: 6:30-8:00 PM
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- 60-minute massage: $80 members/$90 non-members $60 through July 17.
- 90-minute massage: $121 members/$135 non-members $85 through July 17.
- Yoga + Massage Membership: 60 minute massage each month and one month of unlimited yoga: $180 Only $165 through July 17. (excludes Mysore classes, but add $40 for Mysore supplement).
Inverted poses, headstand, and shoulderstand are considered the most important poses for daily practice because of their profound effect on the body’s physical and emotional health. The purpose of this class is to provide you with the foundations to practice these poses safely and with greater skill.
Yoga Philosophy with Eric Shaw
Learn about the origins of today’s yoga practice that can be found in the Upanishads. They are India’s first pure works of philosophy. These 13 texts, some of which are almost 3000 years old, first used the word “yoga” for the kind of practices we do today. We read here of disciplines that set us upright, restrain our senses, guide our minds, and direct our breath. more »