Trevor Tice, the organizer and previous CEO of Core Power Yoga, was found Monday evening nearby time after officers were called to his house in San Diego, as indicated by police. Police said that there were “suspicious conditions” encompassing the passing, yet did not detailed what is thought to have brought about it.
Lt. Mike Holden told the Daily News Tuesday that Tice, 48, is accepted to have been living in the home without anyone else’s input, and that somebody who knew him required a welfare check. He said that a post-mortem examination will figure out if the passing was a murder in the following day. Land records demonstrate that Tice purchased the home, a 9,361 square foot property with perspectives of the sea, for $3 million in January.
Denver-based Core Power Yoga runs more than 150 studios in urban communities all through the U.S., and declared in August that it would open its first New York City area on the Upper West Side in mid-2017. Tice says that he established the organization, which incorporates numerous hot yoga classes and health washes down, in 2002 subsequent to starting yoga after he endured a mountain climbing mishap and could not run anymore.
Center Power Yoga said in an announcement Tuesday evening that the business visionary had “limitless vitality, an electric grin an unchanging craving to progress.” A representative for the organization said they had no further insights about his demise. Before getting into the yoga business, Tice possessed an IT organization called TechPartners International, which he sold for $60 million in 2001.