We always enjoy walking into these community centers because the staffs are so polite and helpful. This particular facility is no exception. Housed in a multi-level building since 1909, the Fogelman YMCA underwent a $4.5 million interior overhaul in 1989.
An urban road run that returns along the Mississippi River and past the Pyramid.
* Our mileage starts/finishes at the Peabody Hotel (2nd and Union Streets), but pick up the route anywhere along the way
* Run North on 2nd Street for about 3 miles and turn L on Mud Island Rd
An easy out & back through the closest park to downtown Memphis. If you want to add mileage, the outer circle (denoted above) in Tom Lee Park is 1.4 miles around.
As one of the area's first Bikram studios, this location boasts a large and dedicated yoga community. The studio space is simple and uncluttered with frosted windows (allowing both privacy and natural light), and neutral colored walls.
The Memphis Greenline Trail is a 10.8 mile long, well trafficked, point-to-point railroad turned paved urban trail that runs from Cordova through Shelby farms to the heart of Midtown.
Located at the top of the historic Cadre Building in downtown Memphis, Envision Fitness has a unique approach to exercising, while still allowing some of the more traditional means of weight training for those interested.
This community center is more upscale than many that we have toured. There are group exercise classes, outdoor lap swimming, full locker rooms, cardio area, loads of strength options, an indoor track and more! The price is right at $15 for a drop-in.
This open and airy studio in the South Main district offers a variety of yoga classes that are not heated. But, you will get warm via the sequence of movement. Since, you won't leave class a sweaty mess, you don't need to pack all the locker room extras.