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Yes, it is relaxing, rejuvenating and uplifting...

Yoga on the beach is something to be experienced. The sound of the water, the sky above our heads, the birds flying by and the softness of the sand make this time a very special one.

For 9 years every spring to fall Tatiana traditionally took yoga from the studio to the beach in Alameda, CA., right at the end of Grand Street on the bay side. And then Covid hit and Yoga on the Beach became a weekly practice that has helped many keep their peace amidst the chaos of the pandemic, its aftermath and the chaotic world situation.

Stop by if you live in Alameda or happen to be nearby on any of the dates listed below. You will be happy you did! Bring others with you...

All levels and abilities welcome!


Yoga on the Beach with Tatiana

Spring 2024


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Yoga on the Beach

This is a drop-in and donation-based (yes, your kind donation make this session possible) yoga practice.


Sunday: 5/5, 5/12, 5/26

Time: 9-10 AM

NOTE: No yoga on the beach this Sunday, 5/19


Thursday: 5/2, 5/9, 5/16, 5/23, 5/30

Time: 9-10 AM

Note on Donations:

They can be done in person or via Venmo or PayPal at:

Venmo: @Tatiana-Stollman (last four phone digits: 5282)

Paypal: @TatianaStollman

Easy, quick and clean...

Please read: Check this page the night before each practice as weather or other factors might force a cancelation. I will update this page right away.

Location for both days: End of Grand Street in Alameda, CA (bay side, on the beach). You will see a path to the beach from the sidewalk as you stand on the corner of Grand and Shoreline. Enter through it and turn left. You will see us.

To remember:

  • Bring your own mat, props, water bottle and sun protection

  • Have extra layers (especially if you tend to be cold)

  • No one will judge you if you wear a face mask

Feel free to come early to enjoy the quiet surroundings and relaxing sounds...


Immerse yourself in the here and now. Imagine your mat right there by the shore... ॐ🧘🏻🧘🏻‍♂️☀️

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