Peace Through Yoga studio opens in Zionsville

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Sally Bassett demonstrates a side plank

It’s that time of year again. Time to start that diet and head to the gym. But, a new Zionsville business offers another option – yoga.  Peace Through Yoga, located on the corner of 106th Street and Zionsville Road next to Nana’s Flowers, opened its second yoga studio in November. With its first location on Eagle Creek, this new studio in Zionsville offers 25 different classes, ranging from beginners to advanced, to help with those New Year’s resolutions.

“People think yoga is about flexibility but it also includes strength building, endurance and balance along with learning to quiet the mind and find inner peace,” according to Sally Brown Bassett, owner of Peace through Yoga. Classes range from Vinyasa, Power Yoga, Beginners’, Slow Flow, Gentle, Kundalini, Meditation, Yoga for Stress Reduction, Kids, and Teen as well as special workshops.

“Yoga continues to be one of the fastest growing activities in the United States and, after ten years, we are thrilled to be opening a second studio, especially in Zionsville,” Bassett said. “In the fast-paced society that we live in, yoga truly is a way to find peace, balance, and focus.”

Bassett takes yoga seriously and around the world. As the former president/CEO of Ambassadair Travel Club, she has traveled to more than 130 countries and currently hosts international yoga retreats. There are two trips this spring, one to Costa Rica, Feb. 2 through 9, and another to India, Feb. 24 through March 9.

“These international yoga retreats are mixed with adventure and service work to destinations like Costa Rica and India,” Bassett said. “There’s nothing like yoga in the rainforest!”

In Costa Rica, Peace Through Yoga started a library/English center.

“We’re now up to 1,000 books and have hired an English teacher in a rural area where children have no income for uniforms or books so they are not able to go to school,” Bassett said. “We teach them English which changes their future and breaks the poverty cycle since it’s a country geared toward tourism.”

Although she has traveled the world, her heart and home remain in Zionsville.

“I totally love it here. The town to me is magical. I live minutes from the village, and I have been thinking of opening the studio for several years,” Bassett said.

Peace through Yoga Eagle Creek celebrated its 10th Anniversary last week, and Bassett hopes her new studio on Main Street will have the same success and bring in more local residents.

“Yoga in general is still a hidden secret to the residents of Zionsville, and I hope they will discover this practice that can be life-long,” Bassett said.


Peace Through Yoga

575 S. Main Street


Approximately 25 different classes offered 7 days a week


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