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Warrior Mom Opening Yoga Studio in Carrollton

Stacee Neslein with three of her four children (Photo by Trevor Picciano)

Beginning with the loss of her father at the age of nine, followed by a series of life-changing events, Stacee Neslein is readily turning the page to a new chapter of her life. Now, a warrior in her faith and proud parent of Oak Mountain Academy student warriors, she lives her dream of transforming lives through yoga. 

Without forgetting when her life changed Stacee shared, “My father always told me that I would be a leader, but after losing him I struggled to believe in myself.” Thereafter, time never stopped, and she found herself in situations that worsened her worry as a wife and mother. At times she struggled to foresee herself feeling happy again. 

She explained, “One of the biggest battles I faced was myself. My life was consumed by depression and it was not until a family member invited me to a yoga class that I was renewed mentally and physically. Yoga gives me life.” Through the support of her husband and the confidence she gained from her mother and father, she decided the next step was to become a certified yoga instructor. 

“Leading yoga classes affords me the opportunity to see others transform their lives. After getting my certification from Buti, I was further inspired to open my own yoga studio.” said Stacee. 

Inside the studio (Photo by Trevor Picciano)

Her studio Yoga Flows, located at 104 Corporate Drive, Suite B, Carrollton, Georgia, will officially open Saturday, October 12 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.  A host of affordable, one-hour classes will be offered that are recognized by the Yoga Alliance including, Vinyasa, Gentle, Hot, and Buti. 

“I chose Carrollton for my business because I have always felt welcome here. My children go to school here, and in my spare time I enjoy volunteering at the local schools. My family is a proud sponsor of Oak Mountain Academy,” explained Stacee. 

Stacee concludes, “The love my father shared with me is what kept me going, and I know that he would be proud. I continue to carry his strength in the days ahead. I am thankful for my children and husband who support me.”

Yoga Flows will open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. plus the second and fourth Saturdays of each month from 9:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. and some evenings during the week. For booking and more information visit www.yoga-flows.com.  

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