Get Nama-Stoked At San Diego Yoga Festival

By Nikita Mehta

he San Diego Yoga Festival will take place over 4 days from March 8- 12th. The main days of the festival are Saturday and Sunday March 10th and 11th and will be held at Imperial Beach! This is SF Yoga Mag’s first visit down to the festival, so we sat down with founder Shawna Schenk to get the low down on all things SDYF...

Courtney Alex Intuitive To Be Teaching At Envision Festival This Year!

When I began doing intuitive readings for people, I noticed many of them were also suffering as a result of not opening to a relationship with intuition. Seeing them deny themselves the help, like I had, really broke my heart. And most of my readings ended with my teaching intuitive tools instead. It became pretty clear that I had to spread the word, so I began writing a book and holding workshops...

Parker Pig Goes To Yoga 

By Nikita Mehta

Are you a teacher or a care provider that would like to implement a yoga class in your classroom? Or maybe you are a parent that would like to start a home practice with your children. SF Yoga Magazine has the perfect way to introduce yoga into your child’s life; Parker Pig Goes to Yoga... 

The Yoga Expo LA 

By Nikita Mehta

Last week SF Yoga attended The Yoga Expo LA at the Pasadena Convention Center and we were blown away at the power of this one day experience. Instead of doing a traditional wrap up piece, we will be dropping interviews from our favorite vendors and teachers for the next few weeks. To start the fun, we sat down with Kyle Michaud, the founder of The Yoga Expo...

Mother Miracle School In Rishikesh

By Autumn Feldmeier

Shahla's first trip to India was in 1995. She was so moved by the state of children there, that  she vowed to come back to India to dedicate her life to helping poor children and families, especially women. In 2002 she sold her house, her personal belongings, her business, left the love of her life and moved to India...

Desert Dwellers Live At The UNION

By Nikita Mehta

This is perfect music for your yoga playlist. We know, because it’s been on our playlist all year long! Someone always comments at the end of class wanting to know what the cool mix of Indian vocals and dance beats is. The answer is Desert Dwellers...

Sedona Yoga Festival

By Nikita Mehta

This year, after ringing in 2018, SF Yoga Mag will be headed to the Sedona Yoga Festival to bask in the red rocks, absorb the energy of the earth and, practice some yoga! This festival is unlike any other and in order to get you excited about this amazing festival, we sat down with festival director Heather Shereé Titus...

Healing With Wah!

By Nikita Mehta

Two hours passed by in what felt like one large inhale. Then Wah! walked around and distributed flower petals as a physical reminder of the sacred experience from which we had all returned. The evening left a deep imprint on my soul. It’s a memory I tapped into when the heightened emotions of the holidays became too much. It is a well of healing from which I continue to draw...

HEAL For The Holidays

By Nikita Mehta

Our thoughts, our intentions, our bodily prayer in the days and weeks after the surgery would impact what the long-term prognosis would be. I think intuitively, the both of us always knew this. But, to see something stated in such a profound way by experts like Deepak Chopra and Marianne Williamson, gave clout to our beliefs...

Kerri Kelly: Yoga For Radical Change

By Autumn Feldmeier

I had the incredible opportunity to attend the workshop Radical Healing: Yoga for These Times with Kerri Kelly last month at Yoga Tree. I’ve been hearing the word ‘radical’ a lot recently. I have seen several yoga classes/workshops using the word radical for their descriptions and even the theme of this past Burning Man was Radical Ritual. I feel like the word radical is overused and watered down.  Kerri’s Radical Healing workshop was anything but watered down...