Yoga, says Patanjali, is the way to harmonize ourselves at every level with the natural order of the universe, from the physical to the most subtle, to reach the total state of health which brings stability, to cultivate the mind with real understanding, and to reach out ultimately to undifferentiated infinity. -B.K.S. Iyengar


Iyengar yoga is named after Yogacharya B.K.S. Iyengar. Iyengar yoga is based on Patanjali Yoga or Asthanga yoga, eight-limbed yoga. Learn More

Sandy’s teaching aims to share the wisdom of the yoga tradition and guide each student to a vibrant sense of presence, health and integration. She is life-long student and passionate about sharing the art, practice and philosophy of yoga.

About Sandy


Sandy Lamerson has been practicing yoga and meditation since 2005.  She trained to teach yoga at the Iyengar Yoga Institute of San Francisco and is certified at the Introductory I & II levels. Sandy trained residentially in Buddhist practice at Zen and Tibetan Buddhist centers for seven years.  

Sandy teaches public, private and children’s classes in San Francisco. Her teaching aims to meet students where they are, as individuals with a unique set of circumstances, and to help all to establish stability, ease and balance in body and mind. She aims to share the light of yoga, in all its facets, which has been a balancing and transformational force in her life. She is currently studying Ayurveda at the Kerala Ayurveda Academy to be an Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor. 

“Sandy is one of the most thoughtful, dedicated yoga teachers I’ve ever worked with. Her class is both calming and skill building. Moderate pace with a focus on perfection the poses. She has made me an increasingly better yoga practitioner.”

-Public Class Student

Yoga Offerings

  • Public Classes
  • Private Classes
  • Online Classes
  • Introductory Courses
  • Workshops
  • Children’s Classes
  • Office Classes
  • Philosophy Classes
  • Community Events

“Yoga is an art to practice; A science to ponder over, a philosophy that shows us the right way of living.”  

B.K.S. Iyengar