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Demystifying Ayurveda: A Few Basic Principles

Ayurveda is not a one-size-fits-all solution, but rather a system of living that treats us as the complex, unique beings that we are. Ayurveda is a system of living that treats each of us as a complex, unique being with specific needs regarding diet, exercise, herbs, essential oils, self-care habits and lifestyle choices. It is…

5 Ways to Launch Your Yoga Career

Having a teacher certification doesn’t automatically put you in a windowed studio with a full class of clients and incense lit, softly teaching an inspired and dynamic class. But it can. As with any endeavor, the energy you put in is usually what you get back, and making smart business choices about the work you…

Yoga Scholarship: Garden Kids & Teens Training Summer 2018

We're offering a full yoga scholarship for our Summer 2018 Garden Kids & Teens Teacher Training! Everybody deserves an opportunity to advance themselves and their community — regardless of socioeconomic status. We want to help as many people as possible have access to the transformative benefits of yoga to improve the quality of their lives–especially…

21 Day Challenge

It only takes 21 days make a positive change in your life.  Begin a new habit and commit to your best health; body, spirit and mind!  Attend a yoga class at Yoga Garden SF for 21 consecutive days and win a beautiful meditation cushion for your home practice! Here is what to do in order to win: Write…

Featured Teacher: Rebecca Rose Mayne

Hi Rebecca! Can you share with us about where are you from? What were you like as a kiddo?  ​I was born in San Francisco, and raised primarily in Marin County. ​As a kid, I tried my hand at EVERYTHING, but I have two older brothers, so I spent a lot of my social time playing…

Fresh Classes & New Teachers!

Along with Hiking Yoga, we've got some fresh new classes lined up for you this Spring taught by incredible faculty that we're excited to introduce!   (Not Your Regular) Vinyasa | Fridays 5pm & Sundays 8am  with Katy Hooks This is a fun and challenging class that will work both the body and the brain. This fusion…

A Guide To Welcoming Spring

written by: Sachi Doctor As winter melts away, our days are nourished by more sunlight and, along with the birds and bees, a sense of joy and possibility. Yet, although the sun warms our windows and inspires new growth, many of us carry the sluggish accumulated over through winter into the new season. Markedly different…

Dristi Christie Rafanan

  Can you share with readers where you are from? What were you like as a kiddo?  Born in Vallejo, Ca an raised in Yountville, Ca. As a kid, I was very shy around adults but very outgoing with kids my age and my report cards always had good grades, but was reported as distracting others by…

Acro Yoga is Back!

Max Kopeikin is back teaching Acro Yoga at Yoga Garden SF twice per month throughout 2018 Mondays 6:00 - 7.25pm April 9th and 30th May 7th and 28th June 4th and 18th July 2nd , 9th and 23rd August 6th and 27th September 10th and 24th October 1st , 8th and 29th November 5th and 12th…

Bare Feet, Better Life

written by: Sonya Genel A little while ago I decided that I need a regular ritual to connect with nature. Living in an urban environment, I couldn’t easily go hiking or find a natural place to visit daily. So I started going to our little neighborhood park with bare feet. My partner Arasa decided to…