Our Picks: Top Bay Area Yoga Studios to Improve Your Practice
Make sure you haven't missed out on the best yoga the Bay Area has to offer.
WHAT IT IS Light up and chill out before class. Lucky Box delivery club founder Eliza Maroney focuses on alignment and mind-body connection in her Bend and Blaze classes (21 and over).
COST $30 a class, includes pot
WHERE Fire Path Yoga, San Francisco.
WHAT IT IS Practice your purrrfect pose with 15 rescue felines in this one-hour hatha yoga class.
COST $30 a class, includes supplies and tea
WHERE KitTea, San Francisco.
WHAT IT IS A 75-minute class taught on the water on a stand-up paddleboard.
COST $35 a class, includes all equipment
WHERE OnBoardSUP, Sausalito.
WHAT IT IS A combination of partnered acrobatics and partnered yoga. The class includes elements of yoga, conditioning and acrobatics.
WHERE Sports Basement, San Francisco.
WHAT IT IS A 90-minute bhakti yoga session, and after class a pint of your choice in the taproom (21 and over).
COST $12, includes beer
WHERE Laughing Monk Brewing, San Francisco.
WHAT IT IS Hatha yoga taught with hundreds of people of all ages, from all over the city, in a darkened cathedral.
COST $10–$20 suggested donation
WHERE Grace Cathedral on the labyrinth, San Francisco.
WHAT IT IS A half-hour of lighthearted yoga with baby goats hanging out with you and on you, plus 15 minutes playing with the young and old goats.
COST $35, bring your own mat
WHERE City Grazing, San Francisco.