Healthy Living Made Easy At Saxony
Yoga Enthusiasts Practice in Saxony's Witten Park
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HEALTHY LIVING MADE EASY AT SAXONY
Yoga Enthusiasts Practice in Saxony’s Witten Park
FISHERS, Ind. - June 20, 2014 – Saxony is excited to announce the return of outdoor yoga classes this summer. Classes will be led by Carrie Young in Witten Park.
Young first became motivated to practice yoga when she realized that she needed more balance in her life. “Yoga has inspired me to become aware of how important it is to have balance, physically, mentally, and emotionally,” says Young. “It’s excellent for taming anxiety, depression, PTSD, stress reduction, and improves mental clarity.”
Young received her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training from Shamrock Wellness in Carmel in 2013, and has been instructing ever since. Saxony is delighted to see her return to teach outdoor yoga classes for a second year. This year’s location, Witten Park, is an idyllic locale. “Just having the opportunity to serve others through yoga is one thing, but serving others in such a beautiful park is another,” says Carrie. “It’s a serene, relaxed, and tranquil environment, perfect for any yoga practice.”
“Yoga in Witten Park is the perfect addition to the Saxony community,” says Candi McKinnies-Shreve Marketing Manager at Saxony. “Programs like this that put healthy living at your fingertips are fundamental to the Saxony vision.”
Whether you are an experienced yogi or a novice you will find peace in this relaxing outdoor yoga class. Yoga in Witten Park is open to all levels and there is no registration required. All of the sessions will meet in Witten Park at 13258 Saxony Blvd. Fishers, IN 46037. Simply bring $10 Cash Only, a yoga mat and water.
Class Schedule: Through July 17, 2014
Tuesday 9:00am – 10:00am
Wednesday 7:00pm – 8:00pm
Thursday 12:00pm – 1:00pm
For more information contact Carrie Young at 765.505.0485
Follow @SaxonyIndiana on Facebook and Twitter for class updates and cancellations in the event of inclement weather.
Saxony, utilizing “new urbanism” principles in its design, is a 750-acre development that spans both sides of I-69 and Exit 210 in Hamilton County. At build-out, the $1.5 billion project will include a mix of corporate office, retail, entertainment, civic, multi-family and single family uses, all set within a framework that is home to leading edge companies such as Community Health Network, Helmer Inc., IU Health, Ball State University, STAR Financial Bank, Verus Partners, The Wesleyan Church Foundation, Performance Marketing Group, and leading retailers and an affluent, vibrant workforce. www.saxony-indiana.com