YOGA CLASS SCHEDULE
We offer the best yoga in the San Francisco Bay Area with unparalleled variety, quality instruction, and personal attention. Navigate the yoga class schedule below to find the class that’s right for you, and reserve your space now–class size is limited and reservations are strongly recommended.
All yoga props are provided except yoga mats. Mats and towels are available for rent for $2. We offer free mat storage for members.
Yoga Garden SF offers some of the best yoga in the San Francisco Bay Area in a variety of yoga class styles: vinyasa yoga, flow yoga, Iyengar yoga, Astanga yoga, restorative yoga, prenatal yoga, Ageless Yoga, BoxingYoga, beginner yoga, yoga sculpt and much more. We also offer Garden Barre, our own mindful approach to Barre classes. What do they all have in common? Some of the Bay Area’s best yoga classes, artfully delivered, in a caring, welcoming community. Open the accordion below for class descriptions.
Born in a boxing club, BoxingYoga™ focuses on streamlined activity, directly targeting improved sporting performance. A BoxingYoga™ class merges boxing technique with traditional and innovative yoga postures in a 60-minute class format. The four stages of the class are performed in one continuous movement sequence to music, with intensity adapted to participant’s needs and ability.BoxingYoga™ methodically strengthens and stretches the entire body and offers practitioners a considered approach to explore coordination, body awareness and correct posture alignment. As a result, BoxingYoga™ helps to drastically shorten recovery time and cultivates relaxation and muscular tension release to prevent injuries and optimize a healthy body and mindset.
Flow and Restore
Free Introduction to Yoga
Free Kids Yoga Ages 8-13
A free yoga class for kids, offered by Jodi Komitor, as part of the Next Generation Yoga for Kids Teacher Training program.Please register each family member attending and register children for the appropriate age group below.
Please note that each child attending must be registered, so we know how many students to expect. Please register children for the appropriate age group.
To Register your Child:
-Make a profile for your child by clicking the “My Info” tab and “Add Family Member.”
-On the classes tab, select “Sign Up Now” for the class you would like to attend, then select “Make a Single Reservation – Child’s Name.”
This free class is offered as part of Next Generation Yoga for Kids Teacher Training and will be observed by trainees and future teachers!
By registering for this class, your contact information will be shared with Next Generation Yoga Founder, Jodi Komitor. If you do not wish to be contacted by Jodi, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free Prenatal Yoga Class
Hatha Align Level 2-3
Kids Yoga Ages 2-4
To Register your Child:
- Make a profile for your child by clicking the “My Info” tab and “Add Family Member” in your Mindbody Online account.
- On the classes tab, select “Sign Up Now” for the class you would like to attend, then select “Make a Single Reservation – Child’s Name.”
Please arrive 10 minutes early and ready for class.
Meditation and Yoga
Morning Meditation and Yoga
Our prenatal yoga classes are designed for your changing body and your growing baby throughout all the stages of pregnancy. You can begin immediately upon finding out that you are pregnant and continue until you give birth. A safe, open community allows you to freely discuss any issues, from discomforts and concerns, to the wonderful new changes your body and baby are experiencing. Prenatal yoga classes are based on Hatha Align classes, focusing on action within asana, to safely achieve the benefits of a yoga practice, and are not generally taught as flow or vinyasa style yoga.
Prenatal/Mom & Baby
Rhythm & Flow
Vinyasa (Level 2-3)
Each class explores how to practice yoga in a way to best realize the benefits of health and well-being.
Yoga for Cyclists
The practice of yoga has much to offer today’s athletes. In this special class, we will explore some of the many benefits can offer cyclists.The repetitive movements and bent-over posture of cycling can prove problematic if gone unaddressed, and can end up making an otherwise-healthy activity deleterious to cyclists’ bodies. This class will offer accessible techniques to address areas of the body that need stretching and/or strengthening for continued healthy cycling. We will also examine ways that yoga can train awareness of the body that can improve cycling technique and safety, specifically for the lower back and knees.
Whether you are a competitive athlete training for a race, an every-day bike commuter, or a casual pleasure rider, the practice of yoga can help improve your cycling and help your body feel great!