New Owners Incorporate Ayurveda into
Santosha Yoga & Ayurveda, formerly Santosha Fitness, is under the new ownership of Nikki Estes, a certified ayurvedic practitioner and registered yoga instructor, and Scott Fisher, a registered yoga teacher. They will host an open house from 2 to 5 p.m., October 8, at W307 N1497 Golf Road., Suite 102, in Delafield. There will be a raffle with prizes of products and services; henna tattoos; ayurvedic food; Sacred Joy teas; essential oils education; and more.
The new owners have expanded studio offerings to add the Eastern holistic medicinal practice of ayurveda. Estes and Fisher will hold a Grand Reopening and Customer Appreciation Week from October 3 through 7, during which all nine of the newly added classes will be offered for free.
Through her ayurvedic practice, Estes offers a wide scope of healing and wellness practices, including workshops and private consultations. Fisher has been a registered yoga teacher since 2008 and studied yoga in Peru, Australia and Thailand.
For more information, call 262-271-4972, email SantoshaFitness@gmail.com or visit SantoshaYogaAyurveda.com.
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