20 years of Vinyasa Yoga teaching.
25 years of DJing and sound.
Lifelong dedication to diet, health and holistic healing.

rezanate” signature classes are strong, fluid, fun, elevating, full of arm balancing and core work through detailed instructions for deep muscular release, alignment, and breath. Playful and encouraging teaching style with a prominent presence of music helps guide the student through an invigorating practice with ease. All levels can enjoy the class as there are many modifications and personal attention paid to create a comfortable, communal and welcoming environment.

Music improves physical and emotional well-being and can be utilized to raise our frequency and consciousness. Thoughtfully selected tracks are mixed for each unique class to enhance and lift the vibration of the practice. In Savasana be prepared for a meditative journey and beyond to revitalize and re-tune with a live sound performance.


Self-realization is the key to any practice in life. The inner voice is the most aware and connected to the outside world. As a yoga practitioner and teacher, I allow my body to speak out loud over my mind. Being sensitive and present, I feel the pose rather than think about it. It is at this point when the gap between thought and actuality tightens. This is where I become hyperaware of any small adjustment that makes the world of difference. Moving within the stretch to feel and explore new areas. Pushing the limits while staying connected to the breath.

Thank you Larry Schultz for seeing the teacher in me and passing on this great tradition. I am grateful to you. Larry was named “The Bad Man of Ashtanga Yoga” by K. Pattabhi Jois, he was aka “Rocket Man” for creating the Rocket sequence and spawning the “it’s yoga” studios. Rest in peace my friend.

With 20 years of teaching experience , I am still a humble student of yoga.

Reza Ebrahimi


In person classes are resumed at Haum, Equinox & Crunch

Private one to one lessons online or in person? Please email for details.

“Open Air Vinyasa” Sundays 11am Aquatic Park 900 Beach St. San Francisco

Workshops & Events

Past Workshops


Are you looking to deepen and elevate your yoga practice in all of its aspects?

Saturday June 18th 2022 1pm-4pm at Yoga Mayu – San Francisco

“Open Air Vinyasa” Sundays 11am at Aquatic Park, 900 Beach st. San Francisco.

10/24/2020 – rezanateyoga workshop, Beginners & Advanced welcome. Please email for reservations. Looking forward to seeing you.

$50 per day
Please bring your mat, blocks and a strap
Czuleger Park, Redondo Beach CA
Social distancing observed

10/26/2019 – Open air yoga at Wilderer distillery in Paarl, South Africa

08/15/2019 – Full Moon Awakening Silent Event


Coming soon


“Very few teachers know how to lead a mixed-level class that really works for everyone. Somehow, Reza manages to create an atmosphere that works across all levels. While he always presents opportunities for students to challenge themselves, he’s also sincerely dedicated to maintaining a safe environment.”

-Iran N.

“I have 2 little kids and no time for exercise before or after work.  Having a class in the office at lunchtime is what makes it possible for me to do yoga during the week!  It’s a great class, and gets me moving after a morning spent sitting at my desk.  The class has made me stronger, more flexible, and gives my brain a break during the day.  I leave the class alert, relaxed and hungry for my late lunch!”
-Natasha R.

“We at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco have enjoyed Reza Ebrahimi’s teachings for the past few years.  His offerings have helped to provide an opportunity for our employees to enjoy a mental and physical departure from the stress and the sluggishness of sitting down at work all day long.”

-Robert F.

Class Pass Users:

“Amazing! So energizing, instructor was FIRE!”

“Challenging and Fun. The Instructor was great!”

“One of my favorite instructors. Always a fun and challenging class.”

“Class is a great workout. Reza understands anatomy well and can eloquently address what to do with your body for the best positions. He pushes you to try your best and gives variations so that you never over-exert yourself, which really makes it an open level class. I like that he reminds you not to focus on your neighbors, but on your own practice. I find some instructors pick favorites but Reza doesn’t. Hes very hands on, especially with anyone trying new things in class”