YogaSix – a boutique yoga brand that offers a broad range of heated and non-heated yoga classes, boot camp style fitness classes and meditation – announced today that it has signed an agreement which will bring five new studios to the greater Phoenix area over the next few years.  As the demand for unique, boutique fitness concepts advances, the yoga brand is setting out to revitalize the $30 billion fitness industry with six effective, low-impact and strength building classes.

Growth in the coming months will be driven by franchise agreements slated to bring five studios to the Phoenix market. The new locations will be owned and operated by entrepreneur Mike Heidorn. With the recent signing of its 100th franchise agreement, YogaSix is well on its way to changing the way people experience yoga.

“With YogaSix already staking its claim as the one-and-only yoga franchise brand in the nation, we are confident that entrepreneurs will continue to get on board with this revolutionary brand,” said Lindsay Junk, President of YogaSix. “YogaSix is quickly gaining popularity across many markets, and we are excited for Phoenix to experience the brand’s fresh perspective on one of the world’s oldest practices.”

Founded in 2012 in San Diego, YogaSix is a unique yoga brand that aims to break the stereotype that often surrounds the practice of yoga and deliver its life-enhancing benefits to all ages, shapes, sizes and genders. Utilizing modern language instead of traditional and offering six core class formats – Y6 101, Y6 Stretch, Y6 Slow Flow, Y6 Hot, Y6 Power, and Y6 Sculpt Flow – YogaSix’s classes are meant to include every fitness level, whether the focus is on deep stretching, stress relief or breaking a sweat.  It will provide the Phoenix community with an alternative yoga practice that focuses on strength, agility, flexibility and balance. 

In addition to Phoenix, YogaSix has recently announced several other franchise agreements in markets including Miami, Pittsburgh, Des Moines and Seattle. Headquartered in Irvine, CA, YogaSix is backed by Xponential Fitness, a curator of the nation’s leading boutique fitness brands. For more information about YogaSix and to find a studio near you, visit .