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Yoga Six is coming soon to Midtown.
The fitness franchise will be housed in a 1,979-square-foot space on the ground level of the Hanover West Peachtree, 1010 West Peachtree Street.
Hanover West Peachtree, which sits at the site a former Checker’s restaurant, will also be home to Nagomiya, a new Japanese eatery from the team behind WaGaYa.
Yoga Six offers yoga classes tiered from hot and powerful to slow and mindful, each with a specific focus on strength, agility, flexibility, and balance.
Franchisee Ariel McHoney is targeting an April 15, 2020 debut.
“I know there are a lot of us out there are trying to be better, feel better, look better and get a better job, have a better relationship and for me, that’s where Yoga came in about 12 years ago,” McHoney recently shared on the Blog Talk Radio Sparkplug broadcast about her decision to become a Yoga Six franchisee.
“I was in a new city with a new job and recently married. so stress was all around me until a friend said that I needed to try yoga to help me manage my high stress world. And that started me down a path that I still utilize today through yoga.”
The Midtown location is the first of three Yoga Six studios planned by McHoney that will open in the next 18 months, the others being in Buckhead and Decatur.
Another franchise is listed on the company website as “coming soon” in Dunwoody under different ownership.