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Honor mind. Honor body. Honor self. These are the goals of Honor Yoga, a new yoga studio set to open at the beginning of January, right in the heart of Fishers. Located on the first floor of the new Ellipse Building, just north of the Nickel Plate Amphitheater, Honor Yoga offers a variety of yoga and meditation classes along with workshops and teacher training. Owners, and husband/wife team, Stephanie and Travis Ewing are excited to bring the first traditional yoga franchise to Fishers.
“My husband and I have always wanted to own our own business and we are both very much advocates for wellness, health, and wellbeing. We found Honor Yoga, which is a franchise out of New Jersey,” Stephanie says. “We loved the mission and vision of what Honor Yoga stands for: to bring mindfulness, more peacefulness, and more movement into people’s lives. We wanted to bring that to the community here in Fishers.”
Ewing, who is in commercial banking for Chase Bank, has long been a proponent for physical fitness, overall health and well-being. She served on the board of the Geist Half Marathon when it first organized to promote health and wellness for children in and around the Geist Reservoir community. Ewing is continuing her mission of bringing an awareness of the benefits of exercise that not only strengthens bodies but also strengthens minds through the classes offered at Honor Yoga.
“We are excited to be bringing all formats and levels of yoga to meet people where they are in their practice. Everything from gentle and yin, roots, strong & calm, flow classes, aerial and yoga barre,” she says. “We have heated and hot yoga using infrared technology.”
Honor Yoga is running an introductory special that is valid until the end of March 2020. For $30, new members can take an unlimited amount of yoga classes for 30 days. Taking advantage of this trial promotion qualifies the participant to become a Special Founding Member. Instead of the usual $128 monthly membership fee, Special Founding Members will enjoy a reduced cost of only $99 per month. This offer can be purchased on the studio’s website.
“We are membership-based (members can take an unlimited number of classes each month),” Stephanie says. “People can do month to month membership and there are no contracts. People can purchase a pack of 10 or 20 classes as well. But if you plan on coming twice a week, the unlimited is very much the way to go to save money.
“The introductory special is the perfect gift of wellness and yoga for Christmas,” she adds. “Lots of people are signing up, so grab that $30 for 30. We are super excited to bring Honor Yoga to Fishers.”
Visit Honor Yoga at 11 Municipal Drive or online at HonorYoga.com/Fishers to sign up for the new member offer of unlimited classes for 30 days for $30.