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Alex van Frank


Alex van Frank


Alex van Frank is a yoga teacher, wholesome food advocate and mother. She has been bringing cultures and people together throughout her world travels and teaching. Born in Europe and raised in South America and the United States she brings a global view in both her teaching style and in accessibility.

Yoga and meditation are her way of bringing awareness, loving kindness, abate the causes of suffering and bring a sense of community to her students. She has created "Big Love Yoga", which emphasizes the cross-cultural accessibility of yoga for all body shapes and mindsets, regardless of limitations. Alex creates a compassionate environment in which students can learn what is important and true to their own body and mind, whether that be physical strength, mental calmness or something in more.

Alex is a member of The International Association of Yoga Therapists and has experience in various forms of yoga including restorative, hatha, vinyasa, therapeutics, meditation and most recently in Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy. Alex received a BA in English from the University of Michigan and a JD from Washington University School of Law. Based out of San Diego, California she teaches public classes and has a thriving private practice. When not in town she can be found leading and teaching internationally at retreats or practicing belly-laughing therapy with locals. Visit Alex's Website

Recent classes

Create more space for yourself when things get difficult by retraining you mind and body. Through a sequence of poses that highlight the stretching and strengthening of your upper body coupled with a steady grounding and strengthening of your legs, observe your mind and breath. Explore warrior sequences and lunges, expansive backbends and of course, savasana. Leave behind that which you can't control and come back to controlling your reaction and breath.
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Springtime presents the opportunity to come out from the hibernation for a more self loving practice. Support the changing needs of your body with gentle twists and back strengthening poses. Move through a series of poses on the floor that will assist in bringing a sense of openness. This is a great way to get an all over body awakening. End your practice in a savasana meditation on gratitude and love. Props Suggested: A bolster and two blocks.
Practice Focus: Seasonal
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Jump right in with this multi-generational practice that keeps movement fun and accessible for you and your children. Young at heart will appreciate the breath work that helps channel your inner child. Children will appreciate the partner work and story aspects in this sequence of movements that helps motor skills and patience. Mudras (hand gestures) will be used to benefit fine motor skills as well as wrist and finger strength. A fun practice for everyone!
Practice Focus: Parents
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