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Dr. Zohreh Sadeghi

Dr. Zohreh Sadeghi, Doctor of Ayurvedic Medicine, who has studied Ayurvedic medicine extensively in California and India, join the Yoga Garden SF team to teach Ayurveda.

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Brandi Zorzy

Brandi Zorzy – E-RYT 500 | Teacher Trainer | Teacher. Brandi’s calling is to empower students to connect to their own innate wisdom through the magic of their yoga practice.

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Martin Scott

Martin Scott – E-RYT 500 | Teacher Trainer | Teacher. Martin teaches vinyasa yoga with every class based on love, compassion, joy & equanimity, as per verse 1.33 of the Yoga Sutra.

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Lizzie Wurm

Lizzie (E-RYT 200) started practicing yoga in 2007 in her hometown of Virginia Beach, VA, and has been exploring the practice ever since.

CHRISTIE PITKO

  CHRISTIE PITKO E-RYT 500 | Teacher  Christie Pitko began practicing yoga in 2001, and since then, it has healed her spirit and ignited creativity. She teaches an alignment-based flow, and enjoys helping students stay curious about the inner landscape of their bodies and minds. Christie received her 200-hour teaching … Read More

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Max Kopeikin

MAX KOPEIKIN E-RYT 500 | Teacher | Teacher Trainer  Max (he/him or she/her) is a yoga nerd with a deep passion for the practice. His classes are alignment-centered and can range from dynamic to gentle or restorative. His primary influences come from his longtime practices of Anusara, Iyengar, Restorative, Gentle … Read More

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Roy Gan

Roy Gan (ERYT) is a classically trained dancer from Singapore, with over 15 years of experience in dance, he brings this to his dynamic Vinyasa classes.

Michelle Bouvier

Michelle Bouvier is a Prana Vinyasa™ E-RYT 500+ yoga teacher trainer, Hoopdance pioneer, AcroYoga teacher, bodyworker, movement therapist.

Karen Macklin

Karen Macklin, E-RYT 500, has taught yoga since 2008 with an emphasis on balancing energy, healing the body and mind, deepening awareness and insight. Her classes are typically slower, rhythmic flows that both challenge students and offer them an opportunity to enter a space of meditation and inquiry.