Class Schedule

Classes For EveryBODY

Bernal Yoga (461 Cortland Ave, San Francisco) 

Monday & Wednesday Mornings  — Core & More 8:30-9:30am

One hour of deep simple core work, stretching and strength building. The aim of this class is to get you deep into the strength of your center, to strengthen and stretch your muscles, and to build better posture and awareness of body mechanics. This class is appropriate for all levels, and recommended as an active recovery for athletes and yogis.

Mondays & Wednesdays & Friday afternoons — Stretch and Strengthen 4:45-5:45

A simple one hour class that combines strength conditioning exercises, traditional yoga poses, basic stretches, and relaxation exercises designed to strengthen and tone the body, and to focus and calm the mind. Props and humor will be used frequently in class. All levels welcome.

Tuesday & Thursday afternoons — Restorative Flow 4:30-5:45

A slow deep and powerful class combining somatic movement and yoga asana focused on unlocking chronic tension. Props and a good dose of humor are used. Open to all levels.

Saturday Mornings – Pilates Mat – mixed levels 8:30-9:30

Mat work is the core of Pilates training. The precise exercises developed by Joseph H. Pilates in the 1920’s are tried and true in building core strength, increasing flexibility & range of motion, improving coordination, control of movement, alignment, and deep full breathing. With practice and intention, building strong abdominal and postural muscles – also known as the powerhouse – is invaluable in the support of the skeletal system. Pilates exercises focus on using the breath to channel core energy into the center of the body and out to the limbs. (Each Pilates exercise can be modified to suit most people, of any age or fitness level. At the same time, Pilates is widely recommended by doctors, physical therapists, and chiropractors for older people and those undergoing physical rehabilitation. If this is the case, however, please let the studio and your instructor know so that we can help direct or accommodate your concerns safely and effectively.)

 

Satori Yoga (40 1st Street, San Francisco)

Mondays – Stretch and Strengthen 12:30-1:30  

A simple one hour class that combines strength conditioning exercises, traditional yoga poses, basic stretches, and relaxation exercises designed to strengthen and tone the body, and to focus and calm the mind. Props and humor will be used frequently in class. All levels welcome.

Mondays – Core & Restore 1:30-2:30 

One hour of deep simple core work and stretching. The aim of this class is to get you deep into the strength of your center and relax and stretch your muscles. It is appropriate and recommended for new moms and anyone wanting a restful (but not easy) workout for their middle. It is great as an active recovery for athletes and yogis.

Wednesdays – Deep Stretch  12:30-1:30

Deep stretch is a simple slow practice of breathing and stretching. The shapes are not complicated and will meet you at where your flexibility is on that day. You do not need to be flexible to do this class. It is about exploring enhancing your flexibility. You will learn safe stretches and stretching techniques as well as how to use your breath and time in each shape to relax and let go of tension.

Wednesdays – Core and Restore 1:35-2:35

A simple one hour class that combines strength conditioning exercises, traditional yoga poses, basic stretches, and relaxation exercises designed to strengthen and tone the body, and to focus and calm the mind. Props and humor will be used frequently in class. All levels welcome.

 

Private and small group classes available. Contact: 510-684-0360 or Megan.Windeler@gmail.com

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