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Hot Yoga of East Nashville melds two of America’s favorites: hot yoga and hot coffee

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Hot Yoga of East Nashville melds two of America’s favorites: hot yoga and hot coffee

July 19
06:32 2019
Hot Yoga of East Nashville melds two of America’s favorites: hot yoga and hot coffee
Since its launch, Hot Yoga of East Nashville has proudly served the local community, embodying the spirit and tradition of Yoga, and incorporating a modern flair to their classes. The people have spoken, as seen on the Hot Yoga of East Nashville Facebook page, their location holds a 4.8/5.0 rating with more than 130 ratings to date.

Known for being both physically and mentally challenging, Yoga is a century’s old practice, placing an emphasis on synergy and development of the body, mind and spirit.

Since its launch, Hot Yoga of East Nashville has proudly served the local community, embodying the spirit and tradition of Yoga, and incorporating a modern flair to their classes. The people have spoken, as seen on the Hot Yoga of East Nashville Facebook page, their location holds a 4.8/5.0 rating with more than 130 ratings to date.

Recently, the yoga studio announced a new class sure to perk up even the most sedentary of couch potatoes: Hot Yoga and Coffee.

Hot Yoga and Coffee – the perfect match

Hot yoga is already well-known for its many benefits, ranging from improved strength, mobility and flexibility, to improved endurance, fat loss and enhanced health parameters such as reduced blood pressure.

While excessive coffee (or caffeine) intake prior to hot yoga sessions is not advisable, a cup or two of America’s favorite hot beverage prior to physical activity has been shown in studies to yield a number of benefits.

Studies have shown that coffee can increase metabolism, improve fat oxidation (i.e. burning more fat for energy), and its natural antioxidants can even enhance recovery after your session.

About Hot Yoga of East Nashville

Hot Yoga of East Nashville has a little something for everyone. From beginners exploring the wonderful world of yoga for the first time, to seasoned yogis and aspiring instructors. They offer Hot-26, Power Yoga, Buti Yoga and even Restorative classes. From meditative relaxation to fun and challenging, their classes cover it all.

The studio is community-focused, making yoga accessible, affordable and fun for everyone. They believe in helping others through this ancient practice and even offer a free session each Wednesday.

Benefits of Hot Yoga

A blending of exercise for the mind, body and spirit, hot yoga challenges individuals in a variety of ways that improve overall well-being.

Benefits Include:

  • Improved circulation and blood flow, delivering critical nutrients to musculature and tissues, while cleaning the area of toxins
  • Improved oxygenation of tissues
  • Enhancing the elasticity of muscles and improving mobility
  • Metabolic boost, speeding up the use of fat and sugar for energy
  • Reducing the risk of injury and increasing functional athleticism
  • Greater muscle strength and tone
  • Reduced stress and anxiety


Other Available Yoga Classes

HOT 26 Yoga

A form of Bikram Method Yoga, this series of 26 postures is carried out in a tranquil room heated to a blisteringly comfortable 100-105 degrees set at around 40% humidity. Perfect for improving musculature flexibility and promoting detoxification. Heat also promotes boosted metabolism, burning an estimated 500-1100 calories per each 90-min class.

Power Yoga

This form of Vinyasa Flow yoga is a great alternative to mix up workout routines. These classes are taught in a room with slightly elevated temperatures ranging from 85-90 degrees and include a variety of unique postures each day. Classes focus on dynamic fluid movement between postures, making for a spontaneous and fun experience.

Buti Yoga

This dynamic form of yoga incorporates both Vinyasa and Hatha yoga sequences combined with cardo-intensive bursts, Tribal dance and other movements. Perfect for those looking for something unique, fun, exhilarating and challenging.

Accepting New Members

Summer is heating up, and so is Hot Yoga of East Nashville. Individuals interested in learning more about classes or signing up are encouraged to visit Hot Yoga of East Nashville, or reach out via their official website or by way of the media contact information below.

Media Contact
Company Name: Hot Yoga of East Nashville
Contact Person: Brooke Asbury
Email: Send Email
Phone: 615-678-8079
Address:807 Main St
City: Nashville
State: Tennessee
Country: United States
Website: www.hotyogaofeastnashville.com