New "Texas Wellness Oasis" Opens Downtown on April 7

Swift Fit Events will host nonalcoholic Sans Bar on Fridays

Lee Ackerley of Swift Fit Events and Chris Marshall of Sans Bar at Texas Wellness Oasis (Courtesy of Swift Fit Events)

On Friday, April 7, Swift Fit Events will open the doors of its new Texas Wellness Oasis at 918 Congress Avenue. Every Friday evening, folks can drop in for a zero-proof cocktail from Sans Bar, along with a free community sound bath.

Founder Lee Ackerley wanted to create a space where workers could decompress after a long week of corporate hustling. Texas Wellness will be available for rentals, complete with a rental space, Swift Fit programming, and instructors. Swift Fit's offerings include yoga, sound baths, strength and conditioning sessions, crystal workshops, a make-your-own essential oils bar.

The April 7 event kicks off with a free sound bath at 5pm; Sans Bar pops up from 6-11pm.

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