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Am I Ready for Yoga Teacher Training?

  What if I've never practiced yoga before? Here at Yoga Garden SF we highly recommend having a regular yoga practice of at least 2 months, whether it be 5 days a week or 1. Consistency is key. We offer yoga teacher trainings and regular studio classes all throughout the year. You can use our…

Seeking Students for Work Exchange

Want to earn yoga classes while helping Yoga Garden keep its space neat and clean? Our Work Exchange Program might be just the opportunity for you! We are now accepting applications for the Work Exchange Program from current students at Yoga Garden SF with a consistent yoga practice of at least one month. Positions are typically…

4 Reasons Why Every Yoga Teacher Needs to Take a Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training

Many women get attached to their yoga teachers and prefer to continue going to their classes instead of trying out a prenatal yoga class. As a teacher, it’s best for you to know exactly how to care for them during each trimester. Learn the 4 reasons why we think every yoga teacher needs to take…

How to Allow Grief in the Body: 7 Steps

Image by: Max Pixel By Dr. Jennifer Christian The experience of sadness or grief is never an easy emotion. It can emerge due to a loss of a loved one, a pet, a romantic relationship, both long term or short lived. Grief can come in unexpected ways, maybe a job opportunity didn't materialize in the…

8 Ways To Prepare For Yoga Teacher Training

1. Free yourself from expectation We've all been there. One day you're flying the perfect bakasana, and the next day you're beating yourself up because you just can't seem to get off the ground. It's best to check your ego at the door, as the only person who has any expectations for you is, you.…

6 Month Membership Sale!

Save $120 with our 6-Month Membership sale! Fall is stacked with an incredible roster of exciting classes led by your favorite teachers. Get back to class and save! Use code: BACKTOCLASS - valid Aug 22-26, 2018 SAVE NOW

3 Things To Know About Partner (Acro) Yoga

Partner yoga otherwise referred to as, Acroyoga, is a practice that has been growing in popularity as people open up and come together to share their practice. Be it a flashy picture on social media, on a flyer, or witnessing a performance at a festival, exposure to Acroyoga is growing and it can easily seem…

5 Essentials of Ayurveda You Can Start Practicing Today

Ayurveda, a Sanskrit word that translates to “the science of life,” originated in India more than 5,000 years ago. It's a practice that believes everything in the universe is connected and that health is achieved by understanding our uniqueness while staying in alignment with the rhythm of the nature. There are a few simple things…

Featured Teacher: Katrin Kuttner

This month we turn the Garden Featured Teacher on Katrin Kuttner. She leads the Yoga Garden SF 300-Hour yoga teacher training, contributes to prenatal yoga education, as well as teaches detailed workshops on incorporating aromatherapy, art and trauma-sensitive applications to yoga practice. She strives to address the unique therapeutic needs of every student and to inspire free…

5 Ways To Find Inner Peace

Our world can be a beautiful, crazy place. There are moments of despair, and sometimes life feels like it’s moving in fast forward. Inner peace can seem like something reserved for a monk sitting crossed-legged on top of a mountain. The truth is that our authentic nature is quiet and serene. We all have the…
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