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Find your zen with our Nashville yoga guide

Check out these 15 yoga studios around the Music City, which offer private sessions, beginner classes, memberships, and more.

Hundreds of people in yoga stretches on a lawn with a bridge and city buildings in the background

Hundreds of Nashvillians gather for International Day of Yoga on June 21 every year. | Photo via @smallworldyoga

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Whether you’re a novice on the mat or an experienced yogi, Music City has plenty of places to practice. Find your zen at these 15 yoga studios around Nashville.

If you want to connect with community

Small World Yoga, 1119 12th Ave. S.
Take classes at the donation-based yoga studio ($10 suggested minimum) or out in the community at libraries, parks, and breweries. Bonus: Every year, hundreds of people gather for Small World Yoga’s International Day of Yoga event on June 21.

Hola Yoga, 1077 E. Trinity Ln. Ste. 102
Choose from ~15 class types across three categories — align (vinyasa and flow + core), unify (restorative, meditation, and yin), and strengthen (barre and yoga strength).

Shakti Power Yoga, 65 Music Square E.
Restorative yoga, Shiva vinyasa, kids yoga, and $10 community power flow classes are just a few of Shakti’s many heated and non-heated yoga offerings.

Nurture Nashville Yoga, Locations vary
Nurture Nashville opened in 2014 as the city’s first prenatal/postnatal yoga, wellness, and education studio. Try this: BYOBaby Yoga (bring your own baby).

If you’re looking to sweat

Fahrenheit Yoga, 2909 12th Ave. S.
All classes — like 5am Club, Power Vinyasa Flow - Candlelight, and Case of the Mondays Flow — are open to all levels of yoga practice.

Hot Yoga East Nashville, 807 Main St.
New to hot yoga? Heat levels vary by class at this studio. Try this: Hot-26 class for a series of 26 postures completed in a room heated to 100°-105° degrees at 40% humidity.

Bend and Zen Hot Yoga, 3820 Charlotte Ave. Ste. #150
Cool down after a 95°-100° yoga session with frozen lavender towels handed out at the end of every class.

A large group of people pose for a photo on a rooftop

NamaSaveTheAnimals, hosted occasionally on Assembly Hall’s rooftop, includes an hour-long yoga class with puppies — put this October 2023 event on your calendar. | Photo via @downtown_nashville

If you want a mix of options

Movement Lounge, By Yoga Muttz, 2710 Old Lebanon Rd. Ste. 23
The lounge has two studios and offers a mix of gentle flow, power flow, cardio dance, aerial yoga, and workshops. Bonus: Yoga Muttz partners with local animal shelters and rescues, so check the calendar for special classes.

Serenity Power Yoga, 4825 Trousdale Dr. Ste. 222
Skill level, environment, and focus varies by class. For example, Freedom Flow classes are open to all skill levels and focused on breath-initiated movement — expect a heated room and music playing.

Heart of Wisdom Yoga, 438 Houston St. (Upper level)
All classes take place in a comfortably heated or cooled room with mats, blocks, therapy balls, blankets, and other items provided.

Soul Flow Yoga Studio, 6601 Sugar Valley Dr. #104
Start with a beginner-friendly, unheated, all-levels, donation-based vinyasa class. Some other classes include Heated Power, Gentle Flow, and Chair Yoga Flow.

YogaSix Green Hills, 3813 Cleghorn Ave.
Explore the studio’s six different class types, from “hot and powerful to slow and mindful.”

If you want to become a teacher

Chestnut Hill Yoga, 1106 3rd Ave. S.
This studio offers several different class levels, private instruction, and Iyengar Yoga teacher mentoring programs.

Sanctuary for Yoga, 21 White Bridge Rd. Ste. 210
Apply for Sanctuary for Yoga’s 200-hour yoga teacher training program (spring session begins Jan. 4, 2024) or enroll anytime for the studio’s 300-hour advanced yoga teacher training program.

Steadfast & True Yoga, 1325 3rd Ave. N.
Students will develop skills for flow-based classes (alignment, prop usage, and developing your voice) in the 200-hour program. The 300-hour “pay-and-you-learn” program targets areas of interest.

Nashville Yoga Co., 6031 Hwy. 100
Browse the weekly class offerings or embark on teaching training. The training curriculum includes yoga history, advanced personal practice, posture awareness, and other topics.

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