Yoga Comes Alive At The Asian Art Museum In San Francisco

Stephanie Snyder's Vinyasa Flow Class (Photo Credit: Kamilla Nosovitskaya)

Stephanie Snyder’s Vinyasa Flow Class (Photo Credit: Kamilla Nosovitskaya)

On Saturday, February 22, 2014 the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco hosted a Yoga Festival during its opening weekend for the Yoga: The Art of Transformation exhibit.

The Asian Art Museum is home to one of the most complete collections of Asian art […]

Yoga With Nick Palladino Of Stonestown YMCA

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Backpacking through Colombia. (Photo Credit: Nick Palladino)

For Nick Palladino, (RYT, ACT, Holistic Health Coach) former college athlete and current yoga teacher, health and fitness have always played an important role in his life. Straight out of college he landed a corporate management job that left him “stressed out of [his] mind.” Practicing […]

Yoga Flow SF Gives Back To Local Community

Kathleen teaching at Jose Ortega Elementary. (Photo Credit: Yoga Flow SF)

Kathleen teaching at Jose Ortega Elementary. (Photo Credit: Yoga Flow SF)

Three months ago, there was a new yoga studio in town dubbed Yoga Flow SF. Located at Ashton and Ocean Avenue, the studio has made a splash in the community. Kathleen and Steven Holm have dedicated their life to making the world […]

Yoga For Hope SF To Benefit City Of Hope

(Photo Credit: City of Hope)

(Photo Credit: City of Hope)

City of Hope is a leading research and treatment center dedicated to the prevention, treatment and cure of cancer, diabetes and HIV/AIDS. It is one of the few National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center and is a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network. As an independent […]

Charity Meets Yoga: Yoga Reach International

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(Photo Credit: Yoga Reach International)

In 2005, Laura Burkhart founded Yoga Reach International as a way to bring well-being, adventure, and philanthropy together. Yoga Reach specializes in yoga travel-adventures, special events, classes and workshops with the intent to help the communities that it touches through either hands-on projects or donations. Special events include […]

Grand Opening: Yoga Flow SF

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Studio Natural Light (Photo Credit: Yoga Flow SF)

Ingleside, the new up-and-coming neighborhood in San Francisco, welcomes a beautiful new yoga studio, Yoga Flow SF, a heated fast paced vinyasa flow based studio. As an avid yogi, I just had to check out the studio for myself and I was definitely not disappointed! […]

Stonestown Family YMCA Partners With Junior League Of San Francisco For Healthy Kids Day

(Photo Credit: Stonestown Family YMCA)

(Photo Credit: Stonestown Family YMCA)

The YMCA, known for its youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility programs strives to “build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities”. Beginning in 1992, Healthy Kids Day was initiated to raise awareness about keeping children active – physically and academically – even during the Summer months […]

Second Annual Promise Walk For Preeclampsia In San Jose

Photo courtesy of The Promise Walk in San Jose

One in 12 pregnant women are diagnosed with preeclampsia, which causes a rise in blood pressure that may lead to a serious illness or death of a mom and infant. This debilitating condition often requires pregnant women to stay for an extended time at the hospital and deliver their babies early, resulting in a […]

Krav Maga San Francisco: Blend Of Martial Arts, Self Defense And Street Fighting Lessons

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Krav Maga is a form of martial arts, self defense, and street fighting that was developed in Israel in the 1940s. While it is practiced by various units within the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), Krav Maga has also made its way to the US, which is how I found it. What started off as […]

Top 3 San Francisco Running Routes

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My favorite way to explore a city is by running. It’s healthy, it’s free, and best of all, you can slow down and take pictures or grab a bite without having to worry about holding up the tour bus. I once ran a route that started at Times Square and traced the toe of […]

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