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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

Press the pause button on the noise of life and come into the calmness that is the essence of your being. Cultivate a nurturing practice with this series of poses that help shift you to awaken your natural balance and strength. Move through slow, mindful postures, allowing yourself to be supported by props, surrendering into the release. If suggested props are not available, substitutions are given, like using pillows, blankets or couch cushions. Props Suggested: Two bolsters and a chair.
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When life is busy, it can take a toll on your overall well being. Find space within your body and day to relax away this outer chaos. Begin with standing poses like warrior III and variations of eagle and cow-facing pose. Move onto hip openers and seated postures to assist in releasing negativity and mental blocks, using props to feel a greater body opening. Allow the peace of your inner self to bring you joy! Props Needed: A strap and a bolster.
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Overly bendy hips? Help strengthen your weight-bearing hips, that can sometimes be overlooked and over-stretched, with this slow and very conscious practice. Use props to move through standing balance poses and supine stability-centered postures. Gain new awareness of the importance of your hip stability and strength. A great practice for supporting runners and avid walkers, or anytime you're looking for more stability and strength in your hips. Props Needed: Two blocks and a blanket.
Practice Focus: Hips
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