In addition to Invoke, this is another high quality yoga option for athletic-minded travelers. As its name suggests, All People Yoga delivers a wide variety of yoga styles to accommodate the masses.
While they don't offer the universal sequence we expect from a group like CorePower Yoga, we made the decision to add City Yoga to our list due to its proximity to our featured hotels.
We were so awed by this facility, we forgot to take notes. No worries, a place like this leaves a lasting imprint for a long, long time. The Natatorium boasts two, 50-meter pools (1 competition and 1 instructional) and a diving well complete with various height platforms and boards.
- Swimming Pool
While we would love to see a Bikram yoga studio here, Indianapolis does offer some high quality alternatives. Invoke provides vinyasa-style yoga classes and both mat and reformer pilates. With over 4,000 square feet, it is the city's largest yoga and pilates center.
Want to get in a track workout while in Indy? From April to November, you can challenge yourself on one of the fastest outdoor tracks in the world.
- Running Route
This spectacular 65,000-square foot facility is nearly as unique as an Olympic gold medal. Most cardio and weight equipment are located in the center of the facility's 6-lane, 1/8 mile, Mondo-surface indoor track. The volume of machines is incredible.
Concrete and asphalt surface with an enjoyable urban route:
* Mileage measurement begins at Capitol & Washington Sts., all downtown hotels are within a mile of the Start/Finish
- Running Route