Results for: MIND/BODY

Foam Rolling

The most overlooked component of injury prevention and fast progress is soft-tissue quality. Prep your muscles for a workout, treat day-to-day stiffness and loosen things up.

San Francisco Foam Roll  classes are a great way to learn how to perform self-myofascial release of trigger points in the muscles. Trigger points are sore spots that form within muscles or tendons. Foam rolling is a way of massaging away muscle soreness in trigger points, and preparing your muscles for deeper stretching. Using the foam roller to loosen the tension in your muscles provides an excellent way of obtaining the benefits of self-myofascial release. Read More »

Hatha Yoga

Looking for the Big Om? Then San Francisco Hatha Yoga classes might for you. Hatha yoga is based on the quest for physical purification and strengthening as a means of self-transformation. This is achieved with the use of asanas (postures), designed to promote mental and physical well-being while allowing the mind to focus and become free from distraction for long periods of meditation, along with pranayama (life-force; breath). All types of yoga Ashtana, Bikram, Vinyasa are examples of Hatha Yoga.

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Pilates

A San Francisco Pilates mat workout at Studiomix is an amazing full-body workout that just about anyone will enjoy. Pilates is an extensive exercise system founded on the principles of control/precision, centering, stabilizing, breathing, alignment, fluidity and integration. At a fitness studio, San Francisco residents often enjoy taking Pilates mat class for the mind/body workout it provides, in addition to helping them develop leaner, longer muscles. Pilates exercises strengthen the body, while relieving stress and increasing relaxation. Pilates mat class also helps participants to expand their awareness of their body, and improve their balance and agility. On top of all of these advantages, a Pilates mat class helps people develop endurance and flexibility. Read More »

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa yoga can refer to a wide variety of different Yoga Classes in San Francisco but they all focus on connecting the breath to properly aligned movement. Literally Vinyasa means “breath synchronized movement”. In this special athletic brand of Hatha Yoga, static postures (asanas) are weaved together into a powerful flow. Vinyasa yoga is sometimes also referred to as flow yoga in SF.

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Yoga

Join us for yoga whether you’re stressed out or just need to sit and breathe for a few. Add one of our yoga classes to your weekly routine as a maintenance session for your body and mind. You’ll breathe deeper. You’ll breathe healthier.