Ashtanga Yoga Berkeley is a traditional school of Yoga dedicated to the ancient teachings of India and the Lineage of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois.
A historic track and field and soccer stadium on the UC Berkeley campus.
Harmony Yoga will help development stability through relaxation and spirituality.
This field donated by the Maxwell family is the home of Cal field hockey.
Memorial field is the home of the Cal Bears football team.
Long a Berkeley institution and acute 60s counterculture symbol, this oft-controversial patch of grass off Telegraph Avenue now mostly houses homeless vagrants, crusty anarchist vegans, pickup basketball players, and UCB students caught between classes. But its also the site of frequent free concerts and political rallies, usually featuring local bands ranging from activist folk to ethnic funk. The spirit of free love is alive and well here: During a recent soiree, a young punky couple quietly (and openly) engaged in coital bliss, completely oblivious to the world around them. Ah, freedom.
Offering classes in pilates, martial arts, and yoga.
Supportive classes designed especially for large women. Classes accommodate mixed levels of yoga experience and yoga postures are modified to meet individual students’ needs and abilities where necessary.
A seven mile trail through Strawberry Canyon in the Berkeley Hills starting from the trail head behind Strawberry Canyon Rec Area.
A recreation area available for private events which includes a picnic area, outdoor pool, ropes course, and fitness center.
A creek running through the UC Berkeley campus which has been home to a growing wild life population after starting a restoration project in 1987.
Part of the Berkeley Adult School, this dojo teaches Chen taijiquan (tai chi) and qigong from beginner to advanced.
Join us for a free outdoor screening across the street from BAM/PFA’s future home in downtown Berkeley. Bay Area paranoia abounds in Philip Kaufman’s Watergate-era remake of Invasion of the Body Snatchers, where extraterrestrial “pod people” are breeding conformity in a culture immersed in the unconventional. Filmed in San Francisco, with Donald Sutherland, Brooke Adams, Leonard Nimoy, and Jeff Goldblum. Preceded by the riotous mock movie trailer Hardware Wars. Shorts and other surprises begin at 7:30, followed by the feature film at 8.
A 34-acre living museum featuring one of the most diverse plant collections in the U.S., arranged by region. Also includes a bookstore and a small commercial nursery, profits from which go toward the gardens' operating costs.