Three Stones Yoga Room opens in downtown Xenia OH

August 21st 2017- Yogis now have a gathering room in downtown Xenia as newbie Three Stones Yoga Room opens at 65 S. Detroit St. in the same building as Sip & Dipity Paint Bar who is celebrating their first year in Xenia next month.

Owner Tracey Tackett who also owns a Sip & Dipity in downtown Springfield for the past three years, wanted to add a second business to share space with Sip & Dipity Xenia as another way to bring people downtown. "We are so excited to open our first yoga studio and Xenia just made sense being the same clientele the art studio has is the the same as what we would expect in our yoga studio". Tackett continues to mention all the new businesses that have opened this year in downtown Xenia such as the coffee shops and the upcoming new brewery. "Being apart of bringing people back to downtown Xenia for several things to do, is awesome and we are thankful to be apart of it!"

Three Stones Yoga Room is scheduled to open on Monday August 21st with several classes being offered all week long such as traditional yoga, coffee and yoga, chair yoga for folks who may need more assistance and not worry about doing crazy poses, and also some untraditional yoga classes such as buti yoga- a yoga to upbeat hip hop style music, and even yoga for kids. 

For more information you can follow Three Stones Yoga Room on Facebook and Instagram. To sign up for classes you can download the Mindbody App and join their following there. You can also reach out to them by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and phone (937) 717-9265. Classes range $5-$10.

Special just for Chamber Members:  Free classes for chamber members until Sept. 1st!! No need to sign up just show up and say you’re a chamber member.

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