MOXIE yoga is a San Francisco based yoga community and studio.   We offer in-person yoga classes across San Francisco. Our locations are in the Mission, Nob Hill, and Bernal Heights neighborhoods.  We offer pre-recorded and streaming online classes, as well as outdoor classes in San Francisco.

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MOXIE's physical locations are currently closed for group classes due to the pandemic and local mandates, but we are still offering a full roster of outdoor, pre-recorded, and livestream online yoga classes.  Join us today and receive your first class FREE!

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$39 for 1 Week of Unlimited ClassesExpires 6 Days After First Visit

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The MOXIE Method

Our signature approach to fitness-inspired yoga.

MOXIE FUNDAMENTALS


55-minute class.  Essential postures of yoga that affect the entire body.  Deep focus on alignment and breath connection.  Postures are held 8-10 breaths.  Sequence follows the MOXIE Fundamental postures.  Appropriate for all levels.  This is not a beginner only class: all students interested in working on the principles and foundations of Yoga should attend.

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MOXIE METHOD


55-minute class based on the Fundamental postures.  A Truly All Levels class for beginner, intermediate, and advanced practitioners.  Modifications are provided for the beginners.  Variations offered for the more experienced.  Postures are held for 5-7 breaths.

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POWER YOGA


55-minute class.  Classes vary based on the instructor.  Accessible to All Levels.  Modifications provided for beginners.  Variations for the more experienced.

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Outdoor and Online Yoga Class Pricing Options

$16

Online/Outdoor Single Drop-In Class


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$75

Online/Outdoor Only 5-CLASS PACKAGE


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$99/month

Online/Outdoor Only Unlimited Membership


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"MOXIE Yoga’s intention is to offer yoga adapted for the modern lifestyle by teaching only that which is essential for a balanced physical practice in order to welcome all schools of thought."