Tuesdays | 6:15 PM | Doors open at 5:30 PM | Ticket Required
Join this weekly yoga class surrounded by the awe-inspiring architecture of Grace Cathedral. Set to live music from world-renowned musicians, this weekly practice of yoga and meditation looks and feels like the amazing diversity of San Francisco itself. Darren Main is our main instructor and we will also have monthly special guest instructors.
What to Bring
To make sure we are being safe, please bring a yoga mat and any other yoga props you wish to use. Only water is permitted in the cathedral. Dress in warm, comfortable exercise clothes as the cathedral can be quite cool. If you have any serious injuries or medical concerns, please discuss practicing yoga with your doctor.
- Proof of COVID vaccination required
- Advanced registration required
- Masks optional
- Social Distancing required
- No mat rentals
Refunds and Exchanges
- Refunds will be granted if the requests are received 24 hours before the start of the yoga.
- Requests to exchange a ticket for another date will be granted if received by noon on the day of the yoga.
About the Teacher
For over thirty years, Darren Main has been writing books, teaching yoga and speaking about mindful living.
More about Yoga on the Labyrinth at Grace Cathedral
This program is underwritten by Grace Cathedral and generous support from participants like you. Your support will help others and is greatly appreciated. We welcome all at Grace Cathedral. If you would like to practice and are unable to pay, please contact us at [email protected] at least 24 hours before the date you wish to attend.
Looking for a special wellness group activity? Why not yoga? We welcome all inquiries, please contact us at [email protected].
World Renowned Musicians
We invite you to join us online and continue moving your body to classes from our archives.
- New series and archive classes are shared each Tuesday on our event calendar.
- Yoga at Grace Cathedral on YouTube.
- Sign up for our newsletter to stay up-to-date on all things yoga.
We welcome participants of all ages and abilities. Watch this great story about one of our most dedicated yogis, Charles, who doesn’t let Multiple Sclerosis hold him back from being an active participant.
ABC7’s Localish featured Yoga on the Labyrinth as we returned to in-person practice.
“I think it’s the true spirit of yoga and San Francisco,” explained Stuart Burden, who has attended the session for 10 years and counting. “It is open to all, any level, religion, no religion, come as you are. And you’re welcome here.”
Click here to watch and read about the program.
The digital and creative Yoga Journal team shot this lovely mini-documentary featuring Jude Harmon, Darren Main (and of course, the cathedral,) sharing how yoga at Grace is a sanctuary for the spirit.
Click here to watch this short (and very sweet!) video.
Volunteering with yoga at the cathedral is a fun and rewarding experience. It’s a way to deepen your own practice, introduce others to yoga, serve a vibrant community of yogis and a cathedral that’s dedicated to spiritual healing and social justice and facilitate what’s been called “the most popular and unique yoga class in San Francisco.”
We have many roles for people who want to help out at yoga including assistant yoga teachers, greeters / hospitality, musicians and photographers / graphic designers.
If you are interested in volunteering, please email house manager Ramona Draeger at [email protected] or ask for her either before or after class on Tuesdays.
Becoming a Musician for Yoga on the Labyrinth at Grace Cathedral
Each week we invite acclaimed musicians to play for us as we practice. You can learn more about our musicians, purchase their music and get the details about their other shows, workshops and classes below.
If you are a musician who would like to play at Yoga on the Labyrinth, please email [email protected].
Email: [email protected]