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5th Floor 2973 16th St San Francisco, CA 94103
5th Floor, 2973 16th StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94103
(917) 573-9642yogatothepeople.com
Yoga StudioToday 10AM–7PM
Saturday 10AM–7PMSunday 10AM–8:30PMMonday 7AM–9PMTuesday 7AM–9PMWednesday 7AM–9PMThursday 7AM–9PMFriday 7AM–9PM
Donation based yoga. No membership, no fashion show, no kidding! (Power Vinyasa Flow)
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"Love that its donation based and that every session ends with the singing bowls."
"Pay what you can Vinyasa Yoga. Dollar mat rentals."
"I doubt that I'll ever find a better yoga studio."
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Michelle Chan
a month ago
It gets sweaty. NOTE: The heater is in the back left corner of the room...I made that mistake my first time. Pretty sure that's why my husband refuses to do any kind of yoga with me from now on. I've never done "hot" yoga so this is the hottest I've been to, but I've been to plenty of standard yoga studios. Each class leaves me dripping in my sweat. It begins with a warm up of 5 flight of stairs. You start smelling the stench of the other yogis' feet and sweat by the 4th floor...perhaps the smell of victory? motivation? The germaphobe in me questions the cleanliness of the carpet outside (where shoes are taken off) and the sticky hardwood floor that's been walked on barefoot and dripped in sweat (I've never seen them clean the floors between classes). Also, using the bathroom barefoot is also cringe worthy. But do I keep coming back? Yes. Yoga style is vinyasa. The teaching style is more vocal (a lot of talking during savasana).
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John Gelb
2 months ago
One of my favorite places to do yoga. Every class I learn something new. Not totally new poses (except sometimes), but small nuanced adjustments and improvements, which make each class feel like a stepping stone towards an elevated, more mindful yoga practice. Highly recommended.
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Alyssa Ackerman
a year ago
Love yoga to the people. I so appreciate their efforts to make yoga more affordable and available for people. The studio is beautiful, it is only a place for yoga, no office, no locker rooms (although there is a space to change and a bathroom). It's up a ton of stairs (so you get a nice warmup). Yoga is ten dollars and they have a number of classes. The only downside is you have no idea what kind of class you are getting into. Another kind of bummer is that all the classes I've been to, have felt extremely similar. I enjoyed the classes, but felt like I needed to switch up my routine and try some other places pretty quickly. Everyone I've met in class and practiced with here seems friendly and mellow. It's all levels and they don't make too many adjustments but do give great instruction.
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Jessica Cu
a year ago
Donation based yoga at its best. Prime time is 4-6pm and can get crowded, be ready to make friends!
Jaclyn Davis
3 months ago
This studio has a revolving cast of instructors. This is fantastic because you're doing something a little different every class. It's never mundane monotonous ever. I really enjoy the way that some of them start in different positions and spend different amounts of times on certain positions. It really helps me explore what parts of the practice I enjoy the most, further enabling me and our yoga community to do these practices on our own time when we would like to.
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Gentry Brown
a year ago
I love Yoga to the People as an organization, and their SF location is my favorite to date. It's large space is so airy and light, it matches the energy of the teachers and practicers perfectly. Yoga to the People classes are informative, structured and casual. It's great for a yoga newbie, someone trying to hone their practice, and I've seen true yogi's push themselves in these classes. Bring a water bottle and towel in addition to a mat (or you can rent for $2 there).
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Riley Sherer
11 months ago
What can be more selfless than donation-based yoga with people who want to give to the community? This San Franciscan studio is a must-see for local and visiting yogis, or even anyone who just wants shelter from the hustle and bustle of the surrounding city. Multiple class times every day, and awesome extended candle-lit classes at night. Namaste!
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Danielle W
2 years ago
This is my go-to spot for yoga. Love that its donation based and that every session ends with the singing bowls. There're a range of instructors with different styles, so even thought it's generally the same poses it always feels like you're not sure exactly what to expect - keeps me coming back. I'm not a fan of the fact that they take the last few minutes of class while you're in corpse pose to essentially advertise their other locations, but you get what you pay for. 4 stars because my mat was gobbled up in their last mat cleaning.
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