We offer a wide range of classes for our patients to help in the healing process. These classes are designed for learning self help techniques, home exercises, and independent progression following release from former physical therapists. For more information on our classes and how they may be beneficial to you, please call us at 415-788-2100
The definition of Yoga is union or ‘Yoke’—It is the union of the mind and the body. Our classes are designed for beginners as well as advanced practitioners. We currently offer classes every Monday afternoon. Please choose from the classes below to select the best time for you.
Mondays from 1:00-2:15 p.m.
Location: Market Street
Pilates incorporates Eastern and Western exercise philosophies. The focus is on developing core stability, and enhancing muscular strength while promoting flexibility. Our Pilates instructors are licensed physical therapists or have extensive rehab-based Pilates training. Exercises are taught on highly specialized equipment including: The Reformer, Cadillac, Barrel, Chair, in addition to mat techniques. We offer 30 to 60 minute private or semi-private sessions. Please call us at 415-788-2100 to schedule a private class.
(please call 415-788-2100 to book a 1:1 session)
Our licensed physical therapists guide patients through an aquatic strengthening and endurance program with assistance of weights, buoyancy cuffs, resistive paddles, and other equipment. Red Hawk physical therapists may combine the benefits of aquatic therapy with the land-based techniques in our private office located within the JCC.
Fridays 10–11:00 a.m. (Group at JCC)
Stretching properly is an integral part of preparing your body to compete in sports. Increasing muscle and joint flexibility, injury prevention and sport-specific stretching routines are some of the specific areas this class will cover.
Tuesdays from 2:00-3:00 p.m.
Build agility and strength of body and mind by incorporating ropes into your yoga practice. Rope work, or yoga korunta, is a dynamic and playful part of the Iyengar tradition. By transforming one’s relationship with gravity, the ropes assist in focusing on specific parts of the body, refining the dynamics within a pose and going beyond habitual limits. Explore standing postures, forward bends, back bends, twists and inversions. Check the live on-line calendar for special teacher rotations (http://www.jccsf.org/programs/fitness-group-exercise/fitness-pool-schedu...)