Prāna Vinyāsa in San Francisco

Yoga Garden SF

M  630-740pm Prana Vinyāsa™ Elemental Vinyāsa

W  630-750pm  (Prana Vinyāsa™) Aromatherapy Flow

Equinox on Union Street

M  815-915pm  Restorative Flow

W  815-915pm  Restorative Flow

Bay Club Financial District

W 230-330pm Prana Vinyāsa™

Bay Club San Francisco

Th 12-1pm Prana Vinyāsa™

Bay Club Tennis 

F  8-9:30am  Morning Vinyāsa

Prāna Vinyāsa is a creative, full-spectrum practice of embodying the state of yoga through classical and innovative approaches to vinyāsa yoga drawn from Krishnamacharya’s teachings, Tantra, Ayurveda, Bhakti and Somatics. Cultivated by Shiva Rea, Prāna Vinyāsa Yoga is rooted in aligning with the rhythms of nature, the breath, the elements, and learning to navigate the ever changing flow of life through embodied awareness.

 

*I can bring guests to most classes with 24hrs notice, so please reach out if you’d like to come.* 

Online at Shiva Rea’s Yoga Alchemy

Hoop Vinyāsa ~ Playful Practice

Hoop Vinyāsa is a unique form of mind-body-awareness training using a hoop and Prana Flow-inspired vinyāsa sequences. The Hoop encourages opening throughout the body, reveals alignment and energy of flow, refines sensitivity and opens up new movement pathways to expand creativity. Fabulous cross-training for hoopers, and creative-dynamic practice for yogis of all levels!

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Mandala Vinyāsa ~ Circular Yoga Flow

Mandala Vinyāsa combines Prāna Vinyāsa yoga & Axis Syllabus principles of healthy movement into a meditative embodied practice that is as educational as it is enjoyable. The truth is we do not have a straight line or flat structure in our body. We are designed to move in all three axes of space ~ in curves, coils, spirals, waves and rhythm, rather than in lines, planes, or parallel. Applicable to all levels, though most valuable for those with experience in embodiment practices.

Upcoming workshops and SF practice sessions TBA.

All that is important is this one moment in movement.
Make the moment important, vital, and worth living.
Do not let it slip away unnoticed and unused.
                                                                             –Martha Graham