According to Nashville yoga studio Hot Yoga of East Nashville, yogis should “not wear . . . lotions in class.” This is sage advice, especially considering how much you’ll be sweating during the studio’s Hot-26 or power Vinyasa classes, held in temperatures of up to 105ºF. For a less-sweaty, more-meditative flow, head to Kundalini Rising Yoga, where each 90-minute class ends with up to 10 minutes of deep relaxation and an uplifting chant. If your eyes roll at the prospect of chanting, try Nashville Athletic Club, where you can squeeze in a one-hour yoga, Pilates, or Zumba class.

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