Best Yoga Studios in Nashville

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Yoga isn’t just another fitness craze—it’s a full-body workout promoting strength, flexibility, and emotional well-being for men and women of all ages. But finding the right-for-you studio can be tricky, since every yogi has different needs and preferences. If you’re looking for the best yoga studios in Nashville, these local spots shine brightest in terms of instructors, reputation, and overall vibe.

The Best Yoga Studios in Nashville

Hola Yoga

Hola Yoga believes simple yoga is the best yoga. At this studio you won’t find any gimmicks or fads—aka goats. Hola Yoga offers alignment-based yoga taught by some of the best instructors Nashville has to offer.

Neighborhood: East Nashville 


Steadfast and True Yoga

Steadfast and True Yoga was founded by Gillian St. Clair in 2010 and continues to gain traction and dedicated new followers. Many classes here are ashtanga- or vinyasa-based, and all are fluid and rooted in proper alignment.

Neighborhood: Germantown


NuPower Yoga & Barre

NuPower Yoga & Barre offers a variety of workouts within a bright, welcoming space. There are three standout features of NuPower studio. One, they provide childcare during specific classes, which is a rare bonus for parents. Two, they offer yoga and barre classes under one roof. Three, NuBells (versatile, circular hand weights) are used during certain classes, packing more punch to your workout session.

Neighborhood: 8th Avenue


Hot Yoga of East Nashville

Hot Yoga of East Nashville has been heating up the local yoga scene since 2012. The studio focuses on Bikram style but keeps things well-rounded with vinyasa, buti and prenatal classes.

Neighborhood: East Nashville 


Kali Yuga Yoga

Since its beginnings as a casual yoga club, Kali Yuga Yoga has been known for its tight-knit community and deep-seated passion for the traditional practice. A full-fledged studio since 2007, Kali Yuga offers a range of classes in both heated and non-heated rooms plus workshops and teacher training.

Neighborhood: East Nashville


Shakti Power Yoga

In 2012, sisters Kelly Farina-Carter and Lauren Farina founded Shakti Power Yoga on the pillars of gratitude, growth and community. They’ve developed a tribe of loyal followers who spread the Shakti gospel via word-of-mouth and custom merch. Popular classes range from a heated power flow to a nourishing restorative session.

Neighborhood: Midtown 


Fahrenheit Yoga

Fahrenheit Yoga is a two-story yoga studio that offers a variety of classes like the “Hot 26” which features a scientifically designed series of twenty-six postures and two breathing exercises that work the entire body. Yogis can expect beautiful locker rooms and an infrared heated hot room.

Neighborhood: 12 South 


Chestnut Hill Yoga

Chestnut Hill Yoga, previously known as 12South yoga for over 20 years, is an Iyengar yoga studio that accommodates all levels, skills, and abilities. This premier studio specializes in yoga for scoliosis; these classes are taught by Laurel Thomas Laulkar.

Neighborhood: Chestnut Hill


Bend & Zen Hot Yoga

Bend & Zen Hot Yoga is Nashville’s latest hot yoga addition. Crank up the heat with classes from 98 degrees to 105 degrees. Yogis can expect hour-long classes offered daily.

Neighborhood: The Nations 


Small World Yoga

Small World Yoga is a non-profit organization providing nearly 150 free yoga classes at dozens of locations throughout the city. Most classes will be donation-based or offered at reduced rates to accommodate yogis of all incomes and backgrounds.

Neighborhood: Hillsboro Village 


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