The Playful Soul Moves to New Location
The Playful Soul held a soft open house gathering on January 10 to celebrate its new space at 1001 East East 86th Street in Indianapolis. The new facility will allow for an expansion of services in a space that’ll support transformative and healing work.
Home to a variety of classes, including yoga, meditation and Qoya, the Playful Soul’s new location also houses a unique gift shop and shares space with Kristin Okeley’s Kitchens By Design.
Blossoming in the new space is also the opportunity for practitioners to rent space for either personal practice or professional growth. Whether you are building your practice or working part time to build your light work, contact the Playful Soul for details and pricing.
For more information about The Playful Soul, call 317-253-0499 or visit ThePlayfulSoul.com. For more information about Kitchens By Design, visit MyKBDHome.com.
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