Over the holiday season, I was approached by representatives of the Gray Area Foundation for the Arts (Gabriel Dunne, Stephanie Sherriff, and Josette Melchor ). And after a brief meeting, we all agreed on introducing “donation based yoga classes” to the tenderloin community.
Therefore, as part of their 2010 programming Gray Area Foundation for the Arts is pleased to announce the first in a series of weekly donation-based yoga classes, hosted by Iyengar Yoga Instructor, Tony Eason.
Starting on 11 January 2010, each Monday night, come to yoga classes regardless of your finances. Support our joint efforts to make yoga accessible & affordable to every individual regardless of finances.
MONDAY EVENING *DONATION YOGA
- Gray Area Foundation for the Arts –
- 6:00 – 7:30pm.
- Tenderloin Area – San Francisco
- 55 Taylor Street (near 6th & Market Streets).
- – San Francisco [map]
- B.Y.O.M. – Bring your own mat (some mats will be provided – first come/first served).
Yet not only can you find yoga classes at the Gray Area Foundation for the Arts, but also, they host various Fashion Shows, artist functions, and the kicking tunes of DJ Derke Bobus And when you can’t find Derke pumping out tunes in the gallery ……
Derke Bobus can be found:
EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT @ PARADISE LOUNGE
1501 Folsom Street / 11th (SOMA)
DRINK SPECIALS / FREE B4 11 $3 AFTER
“Gray Area Foundation for the Arts (GAFFTA) is a San Francisco-based nonprofit dedicated to building social consciousness through digital culture. Guided by the principles of openness, collaboration, and resource sharing, our programs promote creativity at the intersection of art, design, sound, and technology. A conduit for multidisciplinary creative exchange, GAFFTA supports the creation and diffusion of works that engage and inspire audiences, and offer meaningful contributions to the global movement that is shaping our collective experience.”