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Do you have an enormous boner for yoga and its ability to help you reach nirvana? Do you have perhaps just a passive interest in using it to get in shape? Then rejoice, because Satori Yoga Studio is offering a FREE yoga class on Monday afternoons!

This is a rare find, as Satori is one of the highest-rated SF yoga studios on Yelp and provides mats and towels (read: You don’t have to lug around a silly-looking tube all day). The type of yoga done at these classes is appropriate for all levels of yoga experience; hatha flow encompasses slow, gentle movement from one pose to the next, a great way to relax after your normally shitty Monday in the Financial District. Donations are optional, but it sure would be nice of you. All donations made this quarter benefit the Edgewood Center for Children.

Hatha flow yoga at Satori
40 1st St., 2nd floor, at Stevenson [Financial District]
Every Monday, 4:15-5:15pm
FREE, donations accepted

Image courtesy of Thumbtack

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