Plus, 300 condo units coming to the Gulch.
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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
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.

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.

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.

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, is a yoga class with puppies — put this October event on your calendar. | Photo via @downtown_nashville + @movementloungebyym

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.

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
You may choose to start with a beginner-friendly, unheated, all-levels, donation-based vinyasa class. Some other classes include Heated Power, Gentle Flow, and Chair Yoga Flow.
How frequently do you practice yoga?

A. Weekly
B. Monthly
C. Occasionally
D. Rarely
E. Never
Wednesday, Sept. 27
  • Beyond Bourbon | Wednesday, Sept. 27 | 7 p.m. | OZ Arts Nashville, 6172 Cockrill Bend Cir. | $250+ | A benefit bash for OZ Arts with high-end spirits, cocktails, wines, and beer samples + food from Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint.
Thursday, Sept. 28
  • 2023 Nashville Film Festival | Thursday, Sept. 28-Wednesday, Oct. 4 | Times vary | Locations vary | Cost of admission | This week-long celebration of film, music, and culture presents 125+ film screenings, a selection of post-film Q&As, and more.
  • Opening Reception - Duncan McDaniel: Fountain | Thursday, Sept. 28 | 6-8 p.m. | The Parthenon, 2500 West End Ave. | Free | The exhibit’s 18 original art pieces explore the mythology, art, and design of ancient Greek culture.
Friday, Sept. 29
  • An Evening with BIZZ | Friday, Sept. 29 | 7:30 p.m. | National Museum of African American Music, 510 Broadway | $40 | Join Nashville native Wendell “Bizz” Bigsby and his band for an evening of original music about truth, love, and hope.
  • Coffee Class | Cupping Fundamentals | Friday, Sept. 29 | 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. | Crema Coffee Roasters, 15 Hermitage Ave. | $75 | In this course, you’ll learn to taste coffee’s subtleties as Crema leads you through the shop’s cupping process (aka tasting).
Saturday, Sept. 30
  • Nashville SC vs. Seattle Sounders | Saturday, Sept. 30 | 7:30 p.m. | GEODIS Park, 501 Benton Ave. | $28+ | The Boys in Gold are back on home turf this weekend.
  • Tennessee Whiskey Festival | Saturday, Sept. 30 | 1-5 p.m. | First Horizon Pavilion, 1826 Reggie White Blvd., Chattanooga | $40-$125 | This whiskey and spirit-tasting festival features distilleries from TN and beyond, local chefs from The Bitter Alibi, Civil Provisions, and The Daily Ration, and live music.*
Sunday, Oct. 1
  • Wonky Bottomless Chocolate Brunch | Sunday, Oct. 1 | 10 a.m.-2 p.m. | TENN, 118 7th Ave. N. | $55 | Step into the whimsical Wonky Bar for a bottomless brunch like no other.
Plan Ahead
  • Nashville Predators Opening Night | Thursday, Oct. 12 | 7-10 p.m. | Bridgestone Arena, 501 Broadway | Price of ticket | Watch the Preds take on the Seattle Kraken on opening night. Single game + season tickets are on sale now.*
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Road trip to Raleigh: Your guide to the City of Oaks
With fall temperatures averaging 60-70 degrees, football, good eats, and plenty of kid- and dog-friendly activities, RAL is on our list of places to visit this season. | Photo by RALtoday
Clocking in right around an 8-hour drive from Music City, Raleigh, NC makes for a great fall getaway option.

We asked our friends at RALtoday for their recs on where to eat, stay, and play so you can build your ideal itinerary whether you’re traveling with the family, your pup, or friends:

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News Notes
  • Mercado, a concept from the Butchertown Hall team, is sharing a sneak peek of its Wedgewood-Houston space — 625 Hamilton Ave. The restaurant, which is expected to open in October, will have a rooftop bar called Ramone’s Oyster Bar and Citrus Club. Browse the menu.
Coming Soon
  • Another Wedgewood-Houston spot to have on your radar: La Parisienne Home plans to open in December at 609 Merritt Ave. The home décor and gift shop will offer artwork, ceramics, glassware, rugs, and more in a 2,000-sqft space near Iggy’s. (Nashville Post)
  • Morgan Wallen’s “One Night at a Time” tour is coming to Nissan Stadium next spring. The country star will take the stage on Thursday, May 2 with support from Bailey Zimmerman, Nate Smith, and Lauren Watkins. Here’s how to register for tickets.
  • Today, 29 veterans from Middle Tennessee — one World War II veteran, 25 Vietnam War veterans, and three Korean War veterans — will fly to Washington, DC courtesy of Honor Flight. The organization helps fly veterans to the nation’s capital, all-expenses-paid, to visit war memorials.
  • Hardee’s is turning up the heat. The fast food chain, owned by Franklin-based CKE Restaurants Holdings, Inc., added three hot chicken items to its menu — sandwiches, tenders, and biscuits. The new menu items will be a permanent fixture on the Hardee’s menu, according to the company.
Plan Ahead
  • Mixologists from Church & Union, Pushing Daisies, Mother’s Ruin, and more will compete in Bartender Battles at Harriet’s Rooftop. Sample tequila-based creations on select Mondays (5-7 p.m.) in October. The winning bartender will earn a trip to Mexico to visit Hacienda Patrón.
  • Love whiskey? Join Vinovest’s exclusive whiskey investing community and own your own casks hassle-free. Sell casks for a profit, or opt to bottle them to drink.*
🏗️ Switch it, change it, rearrange it
A bird’s eye view rendering of Pullman Gulch Union. | Rendering via Endeavor Real Estate
Endeavor Real Estate announced that its 29-story tower under construction at the corner of 12th Avenue South and Demonbreun Street will be home to 300 condo units — not apartments as originally planned.

This shift in strategy reflects the lack of available condominiums in Nashville and marks the first chance to purchase newly-constructed condos in the Gulch since 2015, according to Endeavor.

“We’ve been watching the Nashville high-rise condo market closely for nearly a decade and have seen a real shortage of supply here relative to other cities of the same caliber,” Jamil Alam, managing principal of Endeavor Real Estate, said in a release.

Here’s what to know about Pullman Gulch Union ahead of its mid-2024 completion:
  • Condo sales are underway with prices starting in the $400,000s.
  • Rooftop amenities include a swimming pool + a lounge, shared workspace, library, and game room.
  • Level 6 will offer two pickleball courts, a fitness center, outdoor green space with fire pits, and various community areas.
  • There will also be a lobby-level coffee shop.
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