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Peace through Yoga Merges and Launches New Website

Peace through Yoga has rolled out its new website and branding after merging with Main Street Yoga in June and becoming the only yoga studio in the state with three locations.

Mindi Epstein, the owner of Main Street Yoga, purchased Peace through Yoga from Sally Brown Bassett, and now operates the three locations in Speedway, Eagle Creek Park and Zionsville with the Peace through Yoga name.

“I love the west side,” shares Epstein. “Speedway’s future development is very promising, so I opened Main Street Yoga because I wanted a community studio here… the kind of studio people can walk or ride their bikes to. People meet neighbors they’ve never met before and chat in the hallways after class. It’s wonderful to experience as people explore something personal and special with yoga.”

Epstein seized the opportunity when Bassett suggested to her that she own and operate three studios on the west side, an area with minimal competition. Bassett will now focus on her first priority and passion, the Peace through Yoga Foundation.

The studios offer a variety of programs including special classes for each skill level, classes for advanced practitioners of the ashtanga school of yoga, gentle yoga, yoga therapy, vinyasa flow, power yoga, Kundalini, and 200- and 500-hour yoga teacher trainings. In addition, there are regularly planned kids classes, workshops, retreats and international travel.

Peace through Yoga also organizes Serenity in the Valley, which includes horseback riding and outdoor yoga with the beautiful Natural Valley Ranch in Brownsburg as the backdrop. Upcoming international trips are planned to Puerto Vallarta, Costa Rica, and India.

Peace through Yoga studios are located in Zionsville at 575 South Main St., in Eagle Creek Park at 6040 DeLong Rd., and in Speedway at 1032 Main St. Visit
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