Indianapolis
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Laura Henderson

Invoke Studio - Yoga

From Community Yoga to the Detox Bootcamp workshops, Laura’s classes are challenging, mindful, dynamic and organically soulful experiences of vinyasa for all levels. Believing the best teachers always remain curious students, Laura continues to explore and evolve her yoga life by attending workshops and trainings. Her continued journey as a student of yoga and Pilates keeps her classes fresh, and enables her to create sequencing that offers students new perspectives from which to understand a pose, their practice, and themselves. Laura received her Pilates mat training with the Physical Mind Institute in 2003, her 200-hour Yoga Alliance Registered training in 2006, attended Pilates reformer training with Balanced Body Institute in 2006, and completed prenatal yoga training in 2007.... Read the profile >>

Meg Faber

Flourish Yoga + Wellbeing - Yoga

Meg has always been interested in nutrition, health, and best practices in healthy living. Before fully realizing that yoga was the path for her, she studied dance from a very young age, and attended a high school in New York that emphasized dance and surrounded her with culture, experience and inspiration. She carried her love for dance to college which provided a creative outlet and a sense of physical discipline. Once Meg graduated with her BA in English from Wittenberg University, she lived in LA working behind the scenes in the film and theater industry, and began exploring yoga as well as Krava Maga. Meg eventually returned to Indiana, and worked in the HR field for years. After spending many years in corporate America assisting executives and employees find balance in the... Read the profile >>

Shea Rankin

The Cycle Studio (owner) - Runner, Cyclist, Triathlete Coach

Shea has always been an athlete, but it wasn’t until several wild college years, an unhealthy lifestyle and a few extra pounds, that being active became a priority. Shea competed in her first triathlon at age 23. She was in poor shape and went straight to the race after closing the bar she tended in the early morning! Not an ideal way to start a race for most triathletes. She finished the race and fueled by its energy and her love for competing, she couldn’t wait to do it again. Fast forward 15 years - Shea has competed in 100’s of triathlons, from sprint distance to the Ironman distance. Shea is now a competitive age-grouper, often winning sprint races and placing in the top 10 of her age group on the national level. Shea worked in finance for over a decade until she left... Read the profile >>