Things to do for Wellness in San Francisco, California 

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  • 21

    Yoga To The People

    3 reviews

    Beautiful studio, there are many yoga options in this city, this is one of the best.

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  • 22

    Kezar Stadium

    2 reviews

    Perfect location for speed workouts. Typically, there're various run groups (Run 365, the Golden Gate Triathlon Club, the Impala Racing team, etc...) so the energy is electric. If you felt sluggish from sitting and working long hours, a few 800s at a 10K speed will wake you up faster than a cup of coffee. It definitely helped me improve my ...

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  • 23

    Mount Sutro

    3 reviews

    Mount Sutro is a really cool place to visit if you're craving for a bit of Mother Nature without having to leave the city. Parking was free and plentiful the day I went. I entered off of Stanyan and 17th. It wasn't that hard to find the entrance since there was a sign that said "Quiet when entering the forest" ...

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  • 24


    3 reviews

    Currently the site of just another health club, in years past this was the home of the Pacific Coast Stock Exchange, the West Coast response to the New York Stock Exchange.

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  • 25

    Coit Tower

    122 reviews

    At the top of San Francisco is Coit Tower where you can catch some great views of the city, even though a few are obscured by trees. A worthwhile time. If you want the exercise climb the hills or steps.

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  • 26

    Golden Gate Bridge

    851 reviews

    It's huge. It's an icon and it's orange, not golden. You seen it in endless movies and going to San Francisco without seeing it, walking it, biking it or at least doing something to it would be a damn shame 'cause it it something to behold.

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  • 27

    Crissy Field

    62 reviews

    Crissy Field was originally an airfield that was opened soon after the Panama-Pacific International Exposition of 1915 and closed for good in 1974. It is part of the Presidio and the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and was named in honor of Major Dana H. Crissy, who crashed and died during an Air Service transcontinental reliability test. Redesigned in 1994, ...

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  • 28


    42 reviews

    If you go to Presidio, be sure to stop by Andy Goldsworthy's wood line exhibit. It's there permeantly I think, the sun rays and the quietness will surprise you!

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  • 29

    Angel Island State Park

    47 reviews

    I have visited Angel Island via Ferry and Sail Boat. I think it's more enjoyable to get there from Tiburon (which has it's own set of activities on either end of the trip). Amazing views, good hiking and historical perspective abound. Food service is limited which is another reason to plan a picnic and enjoy the peacefullness of this place. ...

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  • 30

    Fort Point National Historic Site

    29 reviews

    A Civil War site in San Francisco? Yep. Fort Point was built in the 1860s to protect against a potentially ambitious Confederate navy or any foreign invaders. While the fort hasn't ever seen any military action, it's now a fascinating place to visit. Usually only on weekends (Fri-Sun), the fort has an absolutely stunning view. Climb to the top to ...

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  • 31

    Mission Cliffs Rock Climbing Center

    5 reviews

    Feeling a little active, this will burn that excess energy!

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  • 32

    Suchada Traditional Thai Massage

    3 reviews

    Thai massage is something like a combination deep-tissue and manipulation session, with your masseuse using elbows and fists, and bending you into a pretzel, to work out deep knots in your muscles. It borders on exquisitely painful at times, but the sense of looseness and relaxation when the session is done are amazing. That said, if you're looking to experience ...

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  • 33

    Lyon Street Steps

    6 reviews

    Stop and stare at the panoramic view of ocean, bridge, and little sail boats that'll seem like floating toys. This famous stair case is set up in the Presidio, one of the highest hilltops in San Fran and filled with incredible mansion homes. The steep staircase and garden are a popular spot for joggers to break a quick sweat - ...

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  • 34

    San Francisco Botanical Garden

    7 reviews

    A must see for all plant lovers. A perfect place for a picnic or a relaxing walk. Well worth the $7.00 entry fee for non-locals. The succulent garden is one of the best I have ever seen. Lots of mature plants and an impressive plant library. Check out the self guided tours.

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  • 35

    Farley Bar

    2 reviews

    Okay, dig this: cold night. Date. Fireplace. Cozy leather chairs and ottomans. Magnetic travel Scrabble. Pre-date stroll along the Cavallo Point 'Village Green'. Egrets. Golden Gate Bridge. Twinkling city lights. I really need to do this more.

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  • 36

    ODC School and the Rhythm & Motion Dance Program

    2 reviews

    Do you like to dance but not in a box? Get some SF-styled exercise with a rhythm essentials class at ODC - right here in the Mission neighborhood!

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  • 37

    Heath Ceramics

    4 reviews

    Heath is a mid-century pottery founded in 1947 and still producing their beautiful tableware in the classic 1959 building in an off the beaten track part of Sausalito. Their ferry building outpost is stocked full of their lovely creamics.

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  • 38

    Haight Street Market

    2 reviews

    Meet Bobby V., Business Owner. I started working here when i was a little kid. Me and my brother Dimitri always loved coming to work with our dad and grandfather early in the morning.

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  • 39

    Japanese Tea Garden

    123 reviews

    Small but very beautiful gardens in the heart of the GG park. Free for the city residents and 7$ to over 15 years old (kids are free). Threre is also a nice tea house in the middle and a gift shop.

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  • 40


    115 reviews

    The haight has a charm that ive seen nowhere in the country not even new york. Its always packed full of people on the streets. The boutiques and shops along haight street are one of a kind especially

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