• The Center SF

    The Center SF

    548 Fillmore St, San Francisco

    Kundalini Yoga For The Present Moment with Dayani Waas

    Dayani was such a warm, welcoming and knowledgeable instructor. She greeted us at the door, explained the details of kundalini well, and created an awesome sequence. Loved her playlist too! Afterwards, she offered tea for anyone interested and we had a lovely time chatting and getting to know others. I am definitely coming again to her class! 100% would recommend.
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    The Center SF is a community hub in the heart of San Francisco dedicated to personal…
  • Arise Yoga
    Yoga, Pilates

    Arise Yoga

    2799 California Street, San Francisco
    Safety guidelines


    Berenice was very good at explaining yoga for absolute beginners! The space is gorgeous and clean too. I just wish something could've been done about the strong sunlight through the window, I felt like I was being cooked in the studio.
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    Arise Yoga was founded on the belief that yoga is meant to be practiced primarily…
  • Avid Sports Medicine
    Strength Training, Yoga, …

    Avid Sports Medicine

    480 2nd Street100, San Francisco

    Avid Pilates

    Corie is very knowledgeable and professional. Great class with great music. The space is well designed with thick mat that’s very important for the floor exercises.
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    Avid Sports Medicine specializes in the evaluation and treatment of sports and activity…
  • Yoga Flow SF - Noe
    Yoga, Postnatal, …

    Yoga Flow SF - Noe

    4049 24th Street, San Francisco

    Postnatal and Baby

    Jane is the best! Sadly we ended our post partum journey with her as I am going back to work on Monday. We started taking her post natal yoga classes when I was cleared to go back to working out at 6 weeks post partum. She focuses on pelvic floor and strengthening. She instructs us mammas how to do things to prevent injuries and to do yoga poses that will help with our daily lives such as focusing on the back, lower back, core, wrists, feet, shoulders and neck. Jane tries her best to get assistants to help us hold our babies so we can practice and focus on ourselves instead of the baby the whole class. It’s a judgement free zone in which you don’t have to worry if your baby will cry, needs to be fed (bottle or breast), changed or just given attention to. We mommas are all in the same boat and babies will be babies. At the end of the class Jane instructs the moms and babies on a 15 min session of baby yoga. The babies stretch out the legs and hands while laying down on a blanket in front of your mat. This is a precious and fun time to introduce yoga to your little one. I am very grateful for her class and that community at Yoga Flow Noe Valley.
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    Yoga Flow SF is proud to announce the third SF location! We are now open! The Noe…
  • HAUM Yoga

    HAUM Yoga

    780 Stanyan Street, San Francisco
    Safety guidelines

    Power Flow

    Tony is the best! Lovely person and my favorite instructor at Haum. Challenging yet relaxing classes and the best start of the day. More people should try his classes
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    Throughout 2020, they were missing a space to practice in, to breathe in. HAUM is…

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