Alpaca Yoga at Montrose Alpaca Farm!

Bring your mat the 1st and 3rd Sat. of each month through October for Alpaca Yoga 9/7, 9/21, 10/5

Outdoor Yoga at Williams Park! Thursdays | 6-7 p.m. | shelter #5

Indiana Yoga Studio partners with Brownsburg Parks & Recreation for outdoor yoga at beautiful Williams Park! Join Paula Lamey every Thursday through October 3rd! 

YoMassage | Weds. , Oct. 2nd & 23rd | 7:00 p.m. | $45







Yomassage classes are a completely luxurious experience that include a warm room with dim lighting, lots of props for ample support and comfort, and often include essential oils, hot stones, eye pillows, and more. Join us for 75 minutes of pure bliss. Let Marhia Ross take you on a memorable relaxing journey as she also leads you on a meditative journey. Marhia is a Certified Massage Therapist and 200-Hr. Registered Yoga Teacher.

Yoga For Grief & Loss (by donation) Sunday | Sept. 22nd | 2-4 p.m.

There parallels between yoga and grief. In both, we have to adapt, adjust, and accommodate. We seek to find steadiness and ease in grief as well as in yoga. The yogic concept of aparigraha is about non-attachment, which does not mean letting go of your beloved and his or her memory, but letting things be as they are. This is something that each griever has to come to on his or her own, in his or her own time. With this, yoga is not about finding peace and lightness, but it’s about helping us to be with what is.
Join Annie Wolka, a Certified Bereavement Care Yoga Provider, for the workshop Yoga for Grief and Loss on Sunday, September 22, from 2-4 p.m. at Indiana Yoga Studio in Lebanon to find some steadiness, ease, and a community within your grief and loss. The workshop will involve movement, breathing, and meditation. In this supportive space, all emotions and expressions of grief are welcome. This workshop is open to anyone who has suffered grief and loss, no matter how long ago. The practice will be accessible to people with any level of yoga experience, including beginners.

Sound Meditation with Jim & Marilyn Knott! Saturday | Sept. 14th | 3-5 p.m. | by donation

Vibration is sound and all sound affects us on a cellular level. Experience what the vibrational sound from didgeridoo’s that conincide with each energy center will do, along side of crystal healing chakra bowls!

Intro. to Ashtanga Yoga with Elise! 4 week series begins Weds., Sept. 4th 6 -7:30 p.m.!

Join Elise as she brings back the popular Introduction to Ashtanga Yoga class! This is a 4 week series that builds each week. Week 1 focuses on sun salutations, week 2: standing postures, week 3: balancing, and week 4: seated poses. This 4 week series is donation based to help support National Recovery Month throguh Ashtanga’s Trini Foundation. All proceeds go toward teaching Ashtanga Yoga classes in treatment centers and providing yoga tuition scholarships for students in recovery. Suggested donation- $80 for all 4 weeks!

Indiana Yoga Studio is a school of Yoga and Health dedicated to sharing the most authentic healing aspects of the ancient traditions of Yoga.  In our quest for nourishing the body, mind and spirit, we rely on the wisdom of teachings that have proven to be effective over thousands of years.  The physical postures are only a part of what we teach.  Breathwork, meditation, Ayurveda/nutrition, and basic lifestyle changes are just some of the ancient teachings we share through our weekly classes and monthly workshops taught by senior local and nationally recognized teachers.  We also offer several service-oriented retreats to Costa Rica and India. Please visit our workshops and travel pages to learn more!


Indiana Yoga Studio Foundation

“Seva” is a Sanskrit word meaning “selfless service” or work performed without any thought of reward or repayment, usually contributions made for the improvement of a community.  Service to others is very important to us.  As you may know, all across Indiana, the amount of heroin and meth addictions have skyrocketed over the past several years.  For this reason, we will be offering the Y12SR/Yoga for 12-Step Recovery Program.  We will be working on partnering with local and statewide agencies in hopes that this donation-based program will serve as part of the existing intervention programs set forth by the state of Indiana.  Yogis using our membership passes help to contribute to the Y12SR program, Teen Challenge, and the United Children’s Methodist Home.

The Indiana Yoga Studio Foundation is also dedicated to the support of the Peace Through Yoga Foundation’s Costa Rican school for girls, founded by Dr. Sally Brown Bassett in 2006.  Yogis that enter in any of our teacher training courses, whether to teach, or just wanting to deepen their yoga experience, contribute through their tuition to the Costa Rican effort.


Situated on the square across from the courthouse in the heart of Boone County, we feel that Lebanon is the perfect place for the Indiana Yoga Studio!  Originally built in 1900, this historic building was lovingly restored to its original glory by Christine & Tim Yovanovich.  Giving the gift of yoga at the bicentennial anniversary of the State of Indiana inspired the very name of the studio.  Hearing the clock tower strike on the hour while watching all of the foot traffic pass by seems to transport us to another place in time!  The friendliness of the local population is quite noticeable when visiting the local coffee shop next door and the surrounding businesses.  The laid-back feeling of small town interlaced with yoga and the arts is something to be experienced!  The owner, Christine Yovanovich, is a songwriter and singer , and has a deep appreciation for all forms of art.  Bringing in art installments, kirtans (concerts), poetry nights, and ‘Cultivating Creativity’ workshops for local artists, writers or enthusiasts of the arts will be a magical experience we hope to share with many of Boone County residents and others in the Midwest and beyond.

historic photo of studio circa 1909Indiana Yoga Studio circa 1920 ~ Lebanon, Indiana


We dedicate this studio to one of our 200-hour yoga teacher training students, Jessica Miller, who was unable to finish the course. She won a scholarship from the United Children’s Methodist Home to participate, but passed away from pneumonia in April, 2015. We lovingly remember Jessica by giving a portion of all 200-hours yoga teacher training students’ tuition to The United Children’s Methodist Home in her honor.

Jessi 6Jessica Miller

Our Mission

It is our goal to make this a yoga destination for the Midwest by initiating this time in history where we can say that we are taking control of our own health and preparing for a brighter, more vibrant future filled with joy. We are a nationally certified school dedicated to teaching the healing aspects of Yoga and preparing teachers to become the best that they can be. As you walk through our doors, it is our hope that it will transport you to a simpler time. Filled with friendly yoga teachers eager to share the healing aspect of yoga, we hope to make this a magical get-away where you can truly leave the world behind and rejuvenate, making this your yoga destination worth coming back to again and again!