Health and Fitness
August 25, 2023
YogaSix, a modern fitness boutique offering a full sensory yoga experience accessible to all, is opening a new location in Castle Hills at the corner of Parker Rd. and Windhaven Pkwy. at 2425 FM 544, Building 1, Suite 200, Lewisville, Texas. The new studio is set to celebrate its grand opening in mid-August and introduce people of all ages and abilities to the various health and wellness benefits of the brand's unique take on yoga.
The studio's owners are Stephanie Ulrich and her daughter, Emily Ulrich. Stephanie and Emily are looking forward to starting a family business with YogaSix. The Colony location will be their first studio, with plans to open two more locations nearby.
Stephanie grew up watching and working for her dad's business in Missouri. However, throughout the years, Stephanie decided she wanted a company with more structure and support. Thus, she was introduced to the franchising model.
"Franchising gives you a wonderful support system, great staff, franchise peers, and more," says Stephanie. "I'm excited to have the opportunity to bring YogaSix, a core part of my exercise routine, to The Colony. Whether you've never done yoga or have been doing it for twenty years, the studio can provide a service that fits your needs!"
Stephanie's personal experience health-wise fueled her passion for bringing the concept to her community. She recently had neck and shoulder surgery and found that yoga was essential to get her body back in good condition. "I understand people in pain, and I am an example of someone who has reaped the benefits of yoga personally," says Stephanie.
To give her community a chance to experience the benefits of YogaSix, the studio will offer two weeks of free flows before the grand opening in mid-August.
Various yoga classes are offered at YogaSix to encompass everything from deep stretching to stress relief to high-intensity training. Offering six core formats – Y6 101, Y6 Restore, Y6 Slow Flow, Y6 Hot, Y6 Power, and Y6 Sculpt & Flow – each class caters to every fitness level and strengthens the mind-body connection.
The new studio is making an impression with its unique version of yoga. Particularly notable is the use of modern language instead of Sanskrit to describe its practice, as the traditional language can be intimidating to newcomers. The studio provides class options for everybody, from beginners to more advanced students. YogaSix wants to introduce yoga as a modern practice that allows all levels to feel welcome. New students are always greeted by a wellness advisor when they enter the studio to educate and empower them before they engage in a YogaSix experience.
More information about the new studio can be found at https://www.yogasix.com/location/colony and can be contacted by phone at (214) 774-2528.