A longtime Camp Hill yoga studio is moving next month due to redevelopment of its current home.
Just Plain Yoga, founded in 2003, is moving Aug. 6 from 1845 Market St. in Camp Hill to the West Shore Plaza in Lemoyne.
Just Plain Yoga’s new home will be a renovated 3,600-square-foot space next to Goodwill Keystone. The studio was founded by Tina Stroh.
Stroh said in a statement that the move will give her business more space and more parking. She started the yoga business in Lemoyne before moving to the Camp Hill property in 2007. It is believed to be the longest-running yoga studio in Central Pennsylvania.
The 1800 block of Market Street, meanwhile, is undergoing redevelopment at the hands of Smith Land & Improvement Corp., which last year acquired four connected properties at 1801, 1845, 1847, and 1849 Market Street. Smith Land also owns West Shore Plaza.
The company’s redevelopment plan calls for about 40,000 square feet of retail and office space spread across a pair of connected two-story buildings with ground-level retail. The project is known as Neighbors & Smith.
So far Smith Land has demolished the former Nino’s Bistro restaurant on the 1800 block to make room for one of the new buildings, which will eventually house a number of existing businesses: Little Black Dress, Body Logic, Underneath It All, One Good Woman, Sweet 504, Molly Bee Toys, Mitrani, and Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation.