Check out these updates on six Liberty Hill businesses that are now open, coming soon or recently relocated to the area, including a yoga studio, coffee house and recreation center.

Now open

Moonshine Yoga

The Cedar Park-based yoga studio has expanded to Liberty Hill. Owned by Smile Owen, the business offers aerial yoga classes and yoga training in areas that include breathing and meditation, posture breakdown, applied anatomy, and all levels of vinyasa.Foils & Fades

Owned by Krystal Burrows-Deleon and Mary Ledezma, the salon offers a variety of services, including haircuts, fades, balayages, eyebrow tinting, facial hair removal, perms and styling for both men and women.Club Car Wash

The business offers four levels of car wash options, each of which include towel and vacuum usage. Customers can choose to purchase individual washes or join the business’s unlimited monthly membership program. The brand has more than 130 locations across 10 states.Punchy Pop Balloons & Event Decor

This mobile-based business offers decorations for all types of events including baby showers, bridal showers, birthday parties, weddings and corporate events. Owned by Presley Turner, Punchy Pop specializes in balloon garlands and arches, and event decor such as champagne walls, marquee letters, LED neon signs and photo backdrops.Coming soon

Forrest Coffee House

After originally being scheduled to open in September, new local coffee shop Forrest Coffee House is anticipated to open in December due to construction-related setbacks, co-owner Justin McGuire said. Owned by couples Justin and Tina McGuire and Nathan and Rachel Curley, the business will offer coffee, beer, wine and a variety of different teas. Nathan Curley said the coffee shop will also serve pastries, baked goods and appetizer-style shareables. Located in downtown Liberty Hill, the 1-acre property that will house Forrest Coffee House features large oak trees that are roughly 300 years old, Nathan said, which will be preserved and include outdoor seating under them.Relocations

Freestyle Community Center

Owned and operated by Ayla and Jasper Eden—who played professional basketball and toured the sport in Europe—the business offers basketball skills development programs through group classes, private lessons and camps. Previously located at 300 Brushy Creek Road, Cedar Park, Ayla Eden said the new space is larger—sitting on nearly 2 acres with 4,000 square feet of indoor space. With the bigger space, the business plans to have a permanent food truck park opening in November, host additional community events, and eventually build it out with fields and batting cages. Ayla said the business is her and her husband’s opportunity to serve the community they live in.