Acupuncturist in Berkeley specializing in women’s health, chronic and complex health disorders, pediatrics, men’s health issues, digestion, musculoskeletal issues, pain, and psychiatric imbalances.
Wonderful healer using osteopathy and homeopathy as her tools. She’s recently published “Healing Pain and Injury” in which she explains why the body’s interconnectedness is often the key to recovery and how you can understand the clues it provides.
Created by Pete Egoscue, the Egoscue Method® is a therapy method that relieves chronic pain, and encourages peak physical performance for the young, the old, the athlete, the non-athlete, the famous, and the infamous. This unique method is based on the body’s functional design – or posture. A trained Egoscue therapist works with you to develop a series of gentle corrective exercises that will not only alleviate your pain, but prevent future pain and injuries.
Yoga instruction, retreats, teacher training in somatic yoga therapy.
Long-time yoga teacher and graduate of the San Francisco Iyengar Institute. Letitia also works as a clown, mime and acting teacher in San Francisco.
In Ojai, CA, home of the annual Yoga Crib that Patricia attends as a guest instructor. “We are not committed to one particular style, rather we are interested in offering techniques that might help you relax into yourself.”
Writers’ Wings Literary Submissions Services.
Meg Ellsworth | Yoga Instructor
Meg is part of the founding collective of mindfulness-based yoga teachers offering Insight Yoga in the Bay Area.
One of the Bay Area’s oldest yoga studios, Piedmont Yoga was founded in 1987 by Rodney Yee, Richard Rosen and Claire Finn, and it quickly became one of the most popular places for all serious East Bay yogis.
Richard Rosen Yoga
Full of original articles, essays and links to many yoga friends who I might otherwise include here, but you can get them from his site.
Yin Yoga instructor at Avalon Art and Yoga Center in Palo Alto, CA.
One of the largest Buddhist sanghas outside Asia.
A committed practitioner of the Dharma and the Tao, integrating qigong, martial arts and healing energy practices. He teaches classes, daylongs and retreats in qigong, dharma and meditation, Zen, Aikido and non-dual integrative process and embodied leadership.
Yoga Garden Studio of San Anselmo
“A sweet refuge from the busyness of daily life and each class is an opportunity to collect and gather your energy and nourish your body, mind and heart.”