Discover Our Sacramento Yoga Classes


Editor's Note: This post was originally published in August 2014 and has been revamped and updated for accuracy.

If you are looking for a yoga class in Sacramento to help you find inner peace, strengthen your body, or even promote family togetherness, then California Family Fitness has just what you are looking for. 



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Yoga is the chameleon of exercise, and depending on what type of yoga you choose, it can offer exactly what you need from your workout. Relaxing restorative yoga can bring you back to center, while vinyasa flow can inspire and invigorate your body and mind.

Look at all the different ways yoga can help you meet your fitness goals and choose the one that best fits your lifestyle and goals. Check out the various types of Sacramento yoga classes below. 


Gentle Yoga

With all the stress and hustle of life, everyone needs some relaxation and mindful meditation from time-to-time. It has been well known now for quite some time that even as little as a few minutes of meditation a day can help manage the symptoms of a broad range of medical conditions, from high blood pressure to anxiety. It would seem that if you can name an ailment, then mindful meditation (and yoga) can help ease painful symptoms.

Our gentle yoga is a slow cautious approach to the practice of yoga, avoiding inverted poses and makes a great introduction for first time yoga attendees, injury recovery patients, seniors, and pre/postnatal fitness students.

Check out this video below to get a preview of our fantastic yoga classes in Sacramento: 


Mixed-Level Yoga

Mixed-level yoga promises to build strength, flexibility, and balance, while still relaxing and restoring the chi we seek. Strength, flexibility, and balance all come together to enhance functional fitness, which helps every person to avoid injury and live a fuller and more active life.

All levels of experience and fitness are welcome in this mixed level class where we offer yoga pose modifications for the beginner, as well as advanced options to suite challenge seekers, all in one class. 

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