Frank Wolfe Yoga

Sthira Sukham Asanam

Sthira – Stability

Sukha – Sweet

Asanam – Pose

With these words in mind, is your asana practice sweet and steady?

By connecting your mind to your breath and letting your breath control your movements, you can focus on what you are doing AND how you are doing it.

Bringing command to your mind, breath, and body will allow all three to be steady and sweet as you progress through your yoga practice taking you deeper into yourself.  This mindfulness to your individual practice can help you achieve a meditative state that will allow you to get lost in exploration on your yoga mat.

Without trying you may also find that your life off of the yoga mat will also become more sweet and steady.  Becoming more mindful in all aspects of your life.


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Born and raised on a small farm in eastern Nebraska, Frank’s mom instilled in him compassion and kindness for the earth and all living beings.  He was raised with a grounded, practical approach to life that shines through in his classes.

Frank took his first yoga class on August 7, 2013, at Sound Method Yoga.  He was immediately hooked.  The attention to breath, combined with movement and the meditative aspect of focusing on the body was like nothing he experienced before.  The connection to “himself” that he experienced kept him coming back and is why he fell in love with the practice of yoga.

Frank spent 19 years as an executive assistant, and several years taking care of his beloved mother.  Following the passing of his mother in November of 2015, Frank started 2016 by taking time to reconnect to himself and focus on his goal of becoming a certified yoga instructor.  He achieved that goal and graduated in June of 2016.  Most recently, Frank studied with Judith Hanson-Lasater and is a certified Relax and Renew® Level I trainer.

In his classes, he hopes to share with his students the experience of becoming more mindful, self-aware, and allow their world off of the yoga mat to blur for a little while.

Frank is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance, which acknowledges the completion of a yoga teacher training with a Registered Yoga School (RYS).

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This is a contact page with some basic contact information and a contact form.