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Yoga 101

Saturday, October 13th at 6th Ave w/ Mary Hayano 12:30pm-2pm

182 6th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94118 • 415-752-4707

Mary received her certification in the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and the It's Yoga Rocket through Larry Schultz at It's Yoga. She also completed the Sadhana Yoga Chi training with Doug Swenson.

Her firm belief that the best way to approach any challenging posture is with a strong breath, an adventurous spirit and a playful smile stems from a dedicated practice with Amme Hill. Mary encourages a practice that builds strength and flexibility in the body as well as the mind.

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Student Tips!


1. Visit yogatreesf.com. Access our current class schedule, read class descriptions, purchase class passes, and sign up for classes and workshops.
2. Arrive 10-15 minutes early. Always check in at the front desk – even if you’ve made an online reservation. Use a scan card for quick sign in.
3. Practice on an empty stomach. Do not eat 2-3 hours prior to yoga practice. Juice or fruit are OK if you need quick energy before class. Drink plenty of water prior to class, but avoid drinking during class.
4. Dress appropriately. Wear comfortable, form-fitting workout clothing. Layers help to adjust for temperature changes during and after class.
5. Purchase a yoga mat. Having your own mat supports your commitment to your practice and ensures its cleanliness. Mats and towels can be rented for $2.
6. Remove your shoes before entering the studio. Leave your shoes in a cubby in the studio lobby. This preserves the sacred nature of the studio space. We recommend taking your valuables inside the studio.
7. Turn off your cell phone. This enhances your experience and is a polite gesture to your fellow students.
8. Go to level 1-2 or all levels classes. Level 1-2 and all-level classes are appropriate for beginners. We also recommend Yoga 101, a workshop designed just for beginners. Let the teacher know you are new to the practice.
9. Notify the teacher of injuries or medical conditions. This helps the teacher know how to assist you and give you modifications.
10. Practice often. 4-6 times per week for maximum benefit. 2-3 times per week will show improvement for most students within three months.
11. Support Your Practice. By allowing yourself to experience a Private yoga lesson. Spend an hour with an expert teacher and have them cater the practice to fit your needs. Take these tips into a group class so you can flow like the rest of them!
12. And a little extra... love to the body never hurt anyone! Balance a great yoga class by following up with a therapeutic, relaxing massage– treat yourself to an ‘urban vacation’.

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