Our Weekly Offerings
Sundays 11:00 to 12:30 Breath and Body Yin
Special 4 Sundays Meditation Class starting March 26
Mondays 5:00 to 6:00 Tai Chi with Amy
Tuesdays 6:00 to 7:30 Yoga for Every Body
Wednesdays 5:00 to 6:15 Yoga for Stress Relief
Thursdays 9:30 to 11:00 AM Light Yoga
Thursdays 4:30 to 5:30 Cor Unum-through Peaceful Remedies
Thursdays 6:00 to 7:30 Yoga for a Fluid Body
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Meet Your Local Yoga Experts
Kids Yoga Fun!
Partner Yoga Workshop
Linda & Howard
Our beautiful studio!
Partner Yoga Workshop
Little Alessa Levee doing Star Pose
Yin & Yoga Nidra Training
Linda & Becky - Partner Yoga
The beautiful Linda!
The Infamous Howard!
Amy Jones - Tai Chi Instructor
Becky & John - Partner Yoga
Frank - "He's Magic"
More Partner Yoga Fun!
QI GONG INSTRUCTOR
TAI CHI INSTRUCTOR
Kundalini Yoga + Hatha Yoga
Sound Therapy/Sound Bath
Farewell, Frank. You are already missed, but the magic you shared will live on.
- A note from Linda and Howard
Many of us know that Frank Abbott has left us. We feel that he left us better people, and did so in the quietest and gentlest way possible.
Frank taught mostly Yin yoga here at North Coast, a slow, meditative form of yoga that suited him well and to which he was strongly pulled. The work goes deeply into one’s body, and Frank took his students there easily. Let us show a distinction which he made: he always referred to “leading” a class rather than “teaching” it, a sign of his true humility.
Over a decade of association we interacted a fair amount with Frank and his wife Sandy: a super-solid couple with a deep and obvious connection. Our knowledge of who Frank was has, interestingly, only grown since his passing: not saying that we didn’t take the time to know him, but one could make that assumption. Like many people in our lives, our relationship could have been described as somewhat superficial: too bad. Maybe a lesson we could all draw here is to take more time in learning one another, not merely “friending” folks through electronic media.
Another teaching of Frank’s was both simple and profound: his personal mantra. “Breathe, relax, and feel.” “Breathe, relax, and feel.” Frank was a true servant, to his family, his beliefs, and importantly in his career as a firefighter, a public servant. He grew into a yoga instructor in the later part of his too-short life, and we’re very grateful that he did. The lessons of yoga seem to have helped him in his untimely passing: the ultimate lesson. Thank you from our hearts Frank: you served this world very, very well. Howard and Linda