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Studio Introduces New Form of Yoga to Community

The Yoga Trapeze has arrived in Metro Indy. Known to yogis worldwide as the ultimate inversion tool, 12 trapezes were introduced in mid-June at Peace Through Yoga’s Franklin studio.

Strung from the beams of the studio, the pieces offered yoga enthusiasts three trial classes at a special introductory event led by Yoga Trapeze-certified instructor Amanda Oakes.

Developed by Lucas Rockwood, founder of YOGABODY Naturals, the Yoga Trapeze is a great tool to complement any training or exercise. The trapeze allows for spinal traction relief, building core muscles, increasing range of motion and lengthening through the spine. Yogis of any age and skill level can enjoy incorporating the trapeze into their asana practice.

Location: 229 S. Main St. For more information including on special yoga trapeze classes, call 317-753-1266 or visit For more information about the Yoga Trapeze, visit

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