Best Yoga Studios in Nashville

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Yoga isn’t just a fitness craze—it’s a full-body workout promoting strength, flexibility, and emotional well-being for all ages. But finding the studio right for you can be tricky since every yogi has different needs and preferences. Here are Nashville Guru’s top yoga studios that shine the brightest in terms of instructors, reputation, and overall vibe.

The Best Yoga Studios in Nashville

Nashville Yoga Co.

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You certainly won’t leave Nashville Yoga Co without sweating. This hot yoga studio offers classes for all levels, from beginner to advanced. Showers are on-site plus plenty of parking. New student offer: two weeks of unlimited yoga for $25.

Neighborhood: Belle Meade


Fahrenheit Yoga

Fahrenheit Yoga is a two-story yoga studio that offers a variety of popular 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. New student offer: 10 days of unlimited yoga for $10.

Neighborhood: 12 South 


Hot Yoga of East Nashville

Hot Yoga of East Nashville has been heating up the local yoga scene for 10 years now. This studio focuses on the Bikram Method but keeps things well-rounded with vinyasa, prenatal, and kids classes. Some classes are also offered unheated.

Neighborhood: East Nashville 


Steadfast and True Yoga

Steadfast and True Yoga was founded by Gillian St. Clair over 13 years ago and continues to gain traction and new dedicated yogis. Most classes here are vinyasa-based with a teaching focus on breath, sound, and alignment. Over 40 classes are offered weekly.

Neighborhood: Germantown


NuPower Yoga + Barre

NuPower Yoga + Barre delivers a variety of workouts within a bright, welcoming space. Standout features of the NuPower studio include yoga and barre classes offered under one roof along with NuBells (versatile, circular hand weights). NuBells are used during certain classes, packing more punch to your workout session by building muscle strength and boosting metabolism.

Neighborhood: 8th Avenue South


Hola Yoga

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

Neighborhood: East Nashville 


Shakti Power Yoga

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, social media, and custom merch. Popular classes range from a heated power flow to a nourishing restorative session.

Neighborhood: Midtown 


Sanctuary for Yoga

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Sanctuary for Yoga opened 9 years ago, making it one of the most established studios in Nashville. Whether you’re new to Sanctuary or yoga in general, their team of experienced instructors will graciously ease you into the flow. Sanctuary offers everything from traditional vinyasa to yin yoga to restorative classes. New student special: 3 classes for $30. 

Neighborhood: West Nashville 


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 studio provides class descriptions so yogis can know which class is best for them—Beginner, Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, Level 4, Gentle Yoga, All Levels, and Focused Care.

Neighborhood: Chestnut Hill


Bend & Zen Hot Yoga

Bend & Zen Hot Yoga is situated at L&L Market in The Nations. This yoga studio cranks up the heat with classes from 75 degrees to 105 degrees. Yogis can expect 60- and 90-minute classes offered throughout the week.

Neighborhood: The Nations 


Small World Yoga

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

Neighborhood: Edgehill


Luna Yoga

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Luna Yoga is a community studio that focuses on deepening spiritual aliveness and devotion with yoga. This non-heated yoga studio offers a variety of classes for every yogi’s skill level. New student special: 14 days for $40. 

Neighborhood: Edgehill

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