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Red Dragon Yoga Bikram & Power Yoga
438 Miller Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941
Red Dragon Yoga studio is dedicated to a combined practice of Bikram Yoga and Vinyasa Yoga. The studio was opened inMore 2003 by Mill Valley residents Stephanie Schreiber and Craig Fruchter.  Stephanie has been practicing and teaching yoga for over 21 years and is considered one of Bikram Yoga's most senior teachers. Her husband Craig is a certified teacher of the Baron Baptiste style of Vinyasa Yoga. It has an additional 15 instructers who help teach the busy class schedules. It also has a boutique offering yoga wear, music, candles and yoga mats.
Mount Tamalpais School
100 Harvard Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941

Founded in 1976 by Director Kathleen Mecca, Mount Tamalpais School is a private, co-ed day school for gradesMore kindergarten through eighth.

The school seeks to provide students with a solid academic foundation and to foster a genuine enthusiasm for learning through a departmentalized, integrated curriculum that allows each teacher to use a variety of methods and materials to strengthen individual skills. According to Mecca, teachers operate in their areas of greatest strength and expertise, giving students the best of all worlds. The curriculum leans heavily towards math, science, performing arts, language and physical education.

A nonprofit organization, Mount Tamalpais School is governed by a board of trustees that includes parents, alumni parents, alumni and community members. The Parent Council holds social and fund-raising events and coordinates family volunteer assistance to the school.

Morning Song School
839 E Blithedale Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941

Morning Song School is a Waldorf-inspired early education school in a residential neighborhood off E. Blithedale Ave.More Founder Linda Bates established the school in 1997 with the hope of fostering each child's lifelong love of learning, to encourage curiosity in all that he or she encounters and to inspire reverence for the world of nature.

With a ratio of 12 students to two teachers, the program has remained intentionally small to provide intimate group care and excellent individual care. Through the course of the school year children participate in such activities as yoga, watercolor painting, cooking and bread baking, creative playtime and storytelling.

The school follows the Waldorf philosophy of having a "rhythm" for the day, week and seasons. The theme for each day of the week is carried out throughout the year, and Bates organizes outings to go along with many of them. The school's play yard features a large apple tree called Grandfather Apple for climbing or swinging on the tree swing, organic gardens, a natural wood climbing structure, a unique sandbox and old-fashioned toys. The children gather on redwood benches under Grandfather Apple for storytelling.

 

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