NASHVILLE, Tenn. (January 8, 2020) – Nashville non-profit Small World Yoga announced today the return of its annual Music City Yoga Festival that will take place Saturday, February 15 from 10 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. at Rocketown (601 4th Avenue South, Nashville). The Music City Yoga Festival is an annual celebration of yoga in the Nashville area. For the 7th Anniversary, the event will include a line-up of the city’s top yoga instructors, live music, a variety of vendors, food trucks and local businesses. Attendees have the opportunity to take yoga classes throughout the day from a diverse line-up of local and national yoga teachers. This event is open to all ages and yoga levels. Tickets are available online for $50 at musiccityyogafestival.com or at the door on February 15 for $65.
All proceeds from the event support Small World Yoga, a Nashville nonprofit inspiring growth, connection, and possibility through yoga across Middle Tennessee. Serving an average of 2,000 students per month, Small World Yoga has over 140 certified teachers helping to increase access to the physical and mental benefits of yoga. Classes are offered in more than 100 outreach locations throughout Music City, including Room in the Inn, the Davidson County Correctional Facility and The Next Door.
“This organization meets multiple critical needs in this community,” Small World Yoga founder, Liz Veyhl, said. “One of the most important is creating access and giving people the opportunity to positively impact and create changes in their own life or mental and physical well-being.”
The Music City Yoga Festival is one way to support Small World Yoga’s outreach and growth. As the largest one-day yoga festival in Nashville, this event is an opportunity for individuals to show up on their yoga mat and practice for something larger than themselves - for someone else and for this community. Visit musiccityyogafestival.com to buy tickets and for more information.
About Small World Yoga
Small World Yoga is a local 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to raising awareness and accessibility to yoga. Small World Yoga’s mission is to inspire growth, connection, and possibility by increasing access to yoga. The organization connects yoga teachers to areas of the Nashville community that have limited access to yoga. Currently, Small World Yoga is sharing yoga in over 60 locations throughout Nashville including children and adults in low-income neighborhoods, homeless families, cancer patients and caregivers, women in recovery from domestic violence or drug & alcohol abuse and many more underserved populations. More information is available at http://www.smallworldyoga.org/.