In 2016, Candy Irven took ownership of a quaint yoga studio in downtown Indianapolis called Tree House Yoga. She immediately fell in love with the energy of the space and the souls that practiced there.
Shortly after, she persuaded her business partner, best friend and soul sister, Laura Haehl, to join her on a journey to transform Tree House Yoga into what you see and feel today: Tree House.
If you know these women, or are getting to know them, you know this for sure: They are driven...and are here to support you in your journey.
Recognition along the way
We're proud of the recognition we've received from local yogis. Being voted Best of Indy and Indy's A-List for the past two years means the world to us! We're also a proud member of Open for Service.
candy irven, OWNER / CREATOR
Entrepreneur, business advisor, wellness enthusiast and coach
At the height of her corporate career, Candy decided to leave the rat race and focus on something far more important to her, the human race.
Retiring at the age of 41, she decided to dedicate her life to finding her path, (re)building meaningful relationships and the exploration of spiritual development, both her own and those around her.
Candy's journey led her back to a long-held passion for helping and advising others and inspired her to finally turn that passion into a career.
Laura Haehl, CEO / expert generalist
Entrepreneur, teacher, writer, wellness enthusiast and advisor
Laura's career as a professional healthcare consultant was short lived thanks to 9/11 and the Enron scandal which happened within two months of each other.
As Laura watched the company where she worked disintegrate and people around her question their personal safety, she realized that nothing was guaranteed and that making an impact on the world was more important than making companies rich.
Laura left the pursuit of the corporate dollar to build a life pursuing her passions, leveraging her innate ability to teach, communicate and motivate which naturally led her to coaching and writing.