yoga sociale

Yoga Sociale


“Man is by nature a social animal.”

Yoga Sociale was born from the idea of creating a space to allow participation in cultural and holistic wellness activities.

Yoga Sociale is a social space where yoga is used to increase our sense of self, sense of others, sense of connection and sense of community.


Our Classes

ONLY $114

Autopay / 30 days cancellation policy

This class is appropriate for individuals who wish to challenge their stamina, strength, and flexibility…

It is appropriate for those new to Yoga as well as those with plenty of yoga experience options and modifications are always offered…

All level vinyasa class is appropriate for beginners with some experience through experienced students.

Gentle Flow Yoga is geared specifically for those new to yoga or those who are interested in a gentle practice…

This is a mellow movement practice with less intense position, and includes yogic breath work, and relaxation…

This class incorporates yoga postures, gentle movement sequences, breath work, supported silent meditation…

Combine the pressure of therapy balls with yin yoga poses to help balance the flow of energy, chi…

Slow flow move slowly through a series of fluid postures, flowing continuously through sequences of sun salutations and standing/seated postures.

A “Slow Mindful Flow with Chanting” yoga class with an emphasis on mindfulness and chanting…



20 DAYS FOR $30

Activation starts on sale date

Our Teachers

We can't wait to meet you!

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Our Gift Cards are available for online purchase. A great idea for a present or to say thank you

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For inquiries, please, call: 510 342 6395 or fill the form.

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Carly Columbres
Carly Columbres

Carly Columbres is an E-RYT500 and comes to us with over a decade of experience teaching students of all backgrounds and all levels of practice. Her classes are filled with enthusiasm and passion for the practice of yoga.

She is confident in her ability to modify each and every pose in order to make vinyasa yoga accessible to all. Her hands-on assists are both skillful and compassionate- she believes that with a desire to practice, yoga can indeed be for anyone!

Travis Gibson
Travis Gibson

Travis Gibson is a certified instructor and teaches Vinyasa, Hatha, Yin and Restorative Yoga.  His background is probably different than most instructors.  He was born in Talladega, Alabama, USA. His mother was a teacher, and father a Methodist minister. He attended California State University, Sacramento and received a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice.  After graduation, He worked as a Juvenile Hall Counselor, then was hired by the BART Police Department.  He retired as a Police Commander after 30 years in 2009.

Travis initially started practicing yoga to help relieve sciatic back pain and eventually joined a local yoga studio.  In 2018, He attended Yoga Teacher Training and received his 200 hours RYT Yoga teaching certificate and began teaching. This new lifestyle has been a game changer. He  continues to take ongoing continuing education training classes to expand his knowledge,  improve his practice, learn additional skills to become more aware of his own mind and body so he can pass this knowledge to his students.

Travis Gibson: RYT#307076

Yoga Sociale Hayward


My philosophy is that yoga is a lifestyle which adheres to morals embodied in daily life.

Yogic morals manifest in my life through my activism and awareness of human and nonhuman suffering, therefore I am passionate about equity for all. I hope to help others see their beauty, strength, and intelligence and honor and care for themselves without self-judgment.

My background is in Vinyasa, subtly influenced by the lineages of my teachers, including Iyengar and Hatha. I teach varying levels of intensity, having regularly taught students of many demographics and experiences. My priorities are to keep people safe and breathing throughout their practice and to approach students in a trauma-informed and gentle way.

Hi, I’m Karla. I teach mindfulness, yoga, and special education in the SF Bay Area. I’m a Chicana, an introvert, and a queer woman.
My goal is to integrate my experiences and passions to build community and to offer accessible, inclusive, and trauma-sensitive practices for children, teens, and adults. I began to teach yoga and mindfulness so that others could experience the grace of the practices that have imbued my life with more presence, compassion, acceptance, and freedom. I truly believe that yoga and mindfulness practices are for everybody and I’d love to work together to find exactly what you need in this moment.
Iva Chu
Iva Chu

Iva (RYT500, E-RYT200, YACEP) was born and raised in Hong Kong. In 2008, she completed her 200 hrs yoga teacher training through Kevala Centre, UK. She has studied Yin yoga, Prenatal Yoga, and Chair yoga. She is also a Mat-Pilates Instructor, Certified Exercise Physiologist, and Certified flexibility Coach. Additionally, she has academic qualifications in Kinesiology, therapeutic option (B.S), focusing on human movement, injury prevention, and biomechanics. Her love for learning also led her to study the application of science into yoga and earned her 600+ hours advanced Vinyasa yoga teaching training in 2022, specializing in biomechanics principles of alignment, anatomy, injury management, and the skills to teach asanas with a therapeutic approach.