While yoga may be a relatively recent fitness fad, this mind-body practice is steeped in thousands of years of history that serve as a testament to its innumerable mental and physical health benefits. Studies have shown, for example, that regular yoga practice can help to relieve stress and anxiety, as well as improving fitness and minimizing risk factors for heart disease and high blood pressure. Whether you’re a practised yogi or a beginner interested in trying yoga for the very first time, Nashville offers an abundance of studios offering a myriad different yoga classes – from sweaty hot yoga to gentle prenatal yoga to meditative yoga and everything in between.
If you’re looking for a place to practice hot yoga in Nashville, then Hot Yoga Plus, located on Elliston Place, is one of your best options in the city. This studio is a favorite amongst locals and offers a variety of different hot yoga classes, taught at temperatures ranging from 85-100 degrees. And if you’re not feeling the heat, Hot Yoga Plus has you covered: it also offers non-heated options, including a relaxing Restorative Yoga class and a Deep Stretch class aimed to help promote healing and relieve tension. Every class is open to all levels, and kids over the age of 12 for non-heated classes and 15 for heated classes are welcome with parental/guardian permission.
We hope all of you #HYPsteryogis are enjoying your holiday weekend. Our modified schedule for Labor Day (Monday) is below, so step on your mat and make the most of your day! HYP Nashville: 7:15am Hot 26 with Josh 9:00am Power Flow Plus with Brian 12:00pm Fusion with Heather @hotyogaplusfranklin 9:00am Power Flow with Chris Byford 12:00pm Espresso Flow with Dabney #hotyogaplus #HYPlove #nashville
Another local favorite hot yoga option on the eastern side of the Cumberland River, Hot Yoga of East Nashville specializes in ‘Hot 26,’ a 90-minute class in which participants cycle through a set series of 26 postures in a room heated between 100-105 degrees. And while the studio emphasizes the mental and physical benefits of practicing yoga in a heated environment, Hot 26 is not the only class option; the studio also offers a fitness-driven ‘Power Flow’ vinyasa class (practiced in a slightly less heated 85-90 degree room) as well as a gentle and strengthening Prenatal Yoga class for expectant mothers.
Hot Yoga of East Nashville, 807 Main St, Nashville, TN, USA, +1 (615) 678 8079