Yoga Garden SF

Yoga Garden SF, San Francisco: Tickets, Tours, Address, Phone Number, Yoga Garden SF Reviews: 1.5/5

Yoga Garden SF
1.5
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At Yoga Garden San Francisco, you find a community of welcoming, friendly students and extraordinary, experienced teachers. From your first yoga class to advanced yoga teacher training, you are guided and mentored by San Francisco’s best yoga teachers, with decades of experience practicing, studying, and teaching yoga. At the Garden, you belong to an accepting and inclusive community who support a
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Neighborhood: Lower Haight
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pickledokra7
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Costa Rica4 contributions
Go somewhere else for yoga
Feb 2019
Had a good experience doing yoga here, but a word to the wise: be sure that if you need to cancel, you do it yourself and triple check that it's done. I verbally cancelled, and it slipped through the cracks, and I'm not super vigilant about my credit card bill. Turns out, I was charged $120 a month for a year after I had deleted the app and moved out of the city. When I explained the situation by email and on the phone, I was ignored for four days, and finally (after my fourth email) the manager simply said there was no record of my cancellation and stood behind their policy of, you know, screwing people with auto-renewal. They were like, we'll give you two months credit (knowing I had left the city). Between that and the late policy, this place is straight-up namastingy. Do your yoga somewhere that puts customers first and isn't just trying to squeeze every dollar (or in my case, $1,440) out of them.
Written January 6, 2020
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marrei
san rocco589 contributions
getting worse
Oct 2017 • Solo
I have been in love with this school for many years, especially when they had Iyengar classes but even after then. The last few months, however, I saw the quality of teaching going down a bit. Then, on October 31, the final drop. There was a class at noon, I really wanted to take it, the bus was late and i got there at 12.03. The young guy at the front desk was on the phone, talking and laughing. When he hung up, it was 12.07. I already had the money in my hands and he said that I was seven minutes late and that the school policy was not allow any student get in seven minutes late. I tried to explain that my bus was late, that in any case, I was there ONLY THREE minutes late, that I would never get in during the invocation, that I had been going to this school for over fifteen year, but he was totally arrogant and rude and said there was no way I could get in. I said that this would be the best way to lose an old student and his reply was "sorry, but this is the rule, I don't care". Yoga is about compassion, kindness and understanding, this is the whole point, this guy was ignorant, rigid, arrogant and rude, all a the same time. DO NOT GO TO THIS SCHOOL, they acted against the basic principles of yoga. I live in San Francisco, but I travel over 50% of the time all over the world, at the moment I'm in Porto, Potugal and yesterday I attended a wonderful yoga school, NOBODY ever treated me with such arrogance in a yoga school. I highly reccomend to stay away.
Written November 12, 2017
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