We offer mixed level classes, and each class is capped at 10 people so everyone can get the individual attention they need. All classes are first-come, first-served, so please show up 5-10 minutes early. Private lessons are by appointment.
Classic Vinyasa for Women
Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays,Fridays
9:09am – 10:00am
Utilizing classic postures and simple flows, students of all levels move through a safe and effective practice for gaining great strength and flexibility.
Class starts a few minutes after 9 so that drivers may take advantage of the white parking zone across the street, which opens to the public at 9.
Please call, text or email before first class.
Men on Mats
8am – 9am
A stretching and strengthening class for men. This class requires participants to commit to a daily home practice so that each week we can move forward.
Please call before attending first class.
9am – 10:20am
Life lessons for feeling good as we age! Each class begins with a sutra lesson, followed by movement and breathing exercises. Class ends with guided visualization and a deep relaxation Who would've thought that relaxation and resting would be a SKILL? Learn to dial it all down in this weekly class. Revitalize the body by increasing circulation to the organs and calming the nervous system through gentle movements and breathing exercises. This is vital for true stress relief and good health.
You must have Jennifer's approval to join this class.
Yoga Sutra, private study
In person, or by phone
It's no longer necessary to live nearby or travel to SF to study the yoga sutras with Jennifer! By phone, SKYPE or FaceTime, you can learn the proper pronunciation and word by word translation of Patanjali's Yoga Sutra. Useful to both students and teachers, you'll learn to apply the wisdom and lessons of yoga philosophy to daily life.
For those new to yoga philosophy, the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali make up a guidebook to help us navigate life's challenges. Having a strong and flexible body is one of the wonderful effects of yoga, but it is by no means the whole story, or even the main goal. Without delving into the sutra-s, many of the benefits of yoga are lost, and the real goal of yoga cannot be understood or attained. So jump in, and begin to live with more comfort, conviction and clarity.