We offer Yoga and Movement classes for students of all levels (colors, shapes & sizes) including Vinyasa, Hatha, Restorative, Yin and more.
We're known for our diverse array of classes and great teachers
Because of our unique location, in the heart of the Financial District, there is an emphasis on mindfulness, stress reduction and relaxation in all our classes. Our mission is to give students an opportunity to look within, refocus, and regain a sometimes lost sense of perspective.
Jenna ?s classes are supportive and uplifting – perfect for all levels! She is most passionate about creating a safe and supportive space for all emotions to exist, both on and off the mat. After losing her mom to cancer at age 15 and being diagnosed with repetitive stress syndrome while working at Facebook, she…Read More
Teachers, and teachings, often come when and where we least expect them. For Mary Fox, a total hip replacement and rheumatoid arthritis brought her to a funny, irreverent yoga man named Larry Schultz when she was seeking a way to ease pain and deal with injury. Larry was hardly the classic yoga teacher (he was…Read More
Janine Trinidad’s dynamic and conscientious, yinyang approach to yoga asana allows students to discover their own authentic synergy, rhythm and voice through movement, be it fast or slow, external or internal. Each class with her is a sweet journey through caverns and skies intending you to feel the simple joy of being in this embodied…Read More
Jennie Hayes has been actively involved in the San Francisco wellness community for the past 11 years and has been teaching yoga since 2014. Her yoga training at Mount Madonna Center was rooted in the spiritual and meditative practices of Yoga as well as the physical postures, so her classes reflect her belief that the…Read More
I found yoga as a way to heal. Initially finding the time on my mat as a physical workout, it morphed into a practice that helped me to restore mentally and emotionally. My life experiences and the resulting trauma opened space for yoga to take centerstage. Because of the impact and transformation yoga had on…Read More
Nikkia Bell (Popcorn) was first inspired by the practice of yoga while attending college. Born a natural athlete, she gravitated toward yoga and quickly learned that she could use the power of the physical to connect with the meditative and spiritual. She received her 200-hour teacher training certificate from Radiant Life Yoga School in Nicaragua…Read More
Sara leads versatile, adaptable power vinyasa flow classes that will challenge the students, in mind, body, and breath. She finds she teaches what she need she needs be taught herself; connecting the spirituality of the practice with the posture, all with the balance of effort and ease and with center in through stillness and intention.…Read More
Katy Steadman been teaching yoga since 2001 and practicing since 1996. She teaches in a style that ignites curiosity, and encourages students to explore their whole self. Her method has developed from training in a variety of yoga traditions. From 2004-2007, Katy lived in Hawaii where she studied with her beloved teachers Nicki Doane and…Read More
Brielle Mariucci is a yogi, graphic designer, and disco enthusiast. She loves movement of all kinds, and is always looking for new ways to move and push herself. What brought Brielle to yoga was handstands, but what ironically held her attention was the sense of peace and ease it brought to body, mind, and inner…Read More
Yoga helped Natalia become her own best friend and she is happy to share it with others! As a Body Positive teacher, she is convinced that you don’t have to be thin, strong or flexible to live and own your practice, you just have to show up and enjoy living in your own and unique…Read More
Megan Windeler firmly believes in the power of movement to help people feel at home in their own bodies and more connected to their lives. Mindful Movement, in whatever form it takes, is her passion. Megan’s classes are creative and full of detail. Expect to work, rest and have space to explore the shapes and…Read More
Kim Nicol teaches Yin Yoga with a very gentle and deeply meditative approach. Her classes are infused with kindness and self-compassion, as she skillfully guides her students to experience the calm and peace within. When she’s not teaching yoga, Kim is an executive coach helping people to be more present, mindful, and effective leaders at…Read More
Amy Hyun Swart has been teaching yoga since 2008, and guided meditation since 2015. She is also a Licensed Grief Therapist in San Francisco. Amy operates on a holistic framework, integrating wisdom of the psyche, physical body, and use of poetic imagery to invite all aspects of oneself to feel welcomed in class. She provides…Read More
Crystal’s classes are nurturing, grounding, and refreshing while incorporating a connection to the season, our natural rhythms, and the elements. She teaches to help others bring balance, strength, and ease back into their lives no matter what life experiences have come their way. Crystal continues to be inspired by her teachers – Abby Tucker, Gloria…Read More
Magi teaches because yoga has brought her so much joy and liberation. While she practiced yoga as a teenager in Malaysia, it wasn’t until Magi attended a deeper immersion that she experienced yoga at a more powerful and meaningful level. Yoga brought balance to a hectic corporate life and grad school, and eventually helped Magi…Read More
Atosa Babaoff is extremely grateful for coming upon this yogic path as an eternal student and enthusiastic teacher. She trained with the Laughing Lotus College of Yoga in 2008 and has been teaching non-stop since graduating. She aims to teach a grounding, nurturing and inspiring class that ties in elements of breath work, yogic philosophy…Read More
Movement has always been a part of my life, from gymnastics to dance, tennis to track events including hurdles, long and triple jump. I first discovered yoga in 2007 as an alternative training method while I was a dancer and choreographer within a modern dance company. My passion for guiding movement has led to my…Read More
Teresa Yung has been practicing yoga for over 10 years and is a San Francisco 200-RYT certified yoga instructor. She has taught in Bali, Washington D.C., and San Francisco. Amazed at the benefits both on and off the mat, she pursued study and practice in Hatha and Vinyasa. To Teresa, Yoga is crucial in building…Read More
Jaretta has been dancing since was 8 years old and teaching since 2012. Her Dancefit classes are truly international with a touch of Latin, Afro Haitian, Bollywood, Bellydance, Hip-hop, Contemporary & almost any type of dance you can think of. “I like mixing it up, but most of all inspiring individuals to enjoy dance in…Read More
Lisa Yang’s classes are well rounded and alignment focused. Vinyasa classes with Lisa are fast paced and strengthening. Her deep stretch and Hatha classes are meditative and mindful. Through breath work and asanas, students get in tune with this mind-body connection. She holds space for all body types in an encouraging environment by offering supportive…Read More
Voted Top San Francisco Yoga Studio
"Satori is such a wonderful studio, filled with the most amazing teachers, students, and owner!"
— Elizabeth Hall
"I've been attending yoga classes at Satori for the past four years. There is no other sanctuary like it."
— Satori Student
"I would highly recommend this yoga studio to anyone (beginner - advanced). I am a beginner myself, but can already say that this studio has increased my love for yoga tremendously!"
— Rikki H.
"I would recommend Satori for any yogi practicing at any level. The instructors are wonderful and studio nice and clean. It's perfect for taking classes if you work or live near FiDi." ? Liv A.
"Classpass brought me here and it was fantastic. I never did yoga that focused that much on breathing and it was different and unique. I felt that I got so much out of going to yoga here in the morning before work."
— Phillip N.
"Your classes have given me a connection with others outside my house and a much needed respite from work and homeschooling. It's something in my day just for me."
— Satori Student
"I go to Satori when I'm in town and always feel welcomed, part of the community and respected. I even feel connected to Satori from across the country. "
— Satori Student