Bashville Is A Hit

A rage room is a place where you can smash, bash and break things. It’s a place to let your anger and frustration flow. Well Nashville, we have one and I had to try it for myself.

When I arrived at Bash-ville, I got suited up in a white jumpsuit, face shield and gloves. I picked a bat and an ax to work with and was shown into the bash room. My final instructions were ‘have fun, don’t hold back and don’t throw up, throw down.’

Are these ladies life coaches, as well as owners of a rage room?

I’m ready for my role in A Clockwork Orange


I was a little reserved at the start. The first thing I smashed was a plate. I gave it a toss against the wall and watched it shatter. One of the owners yelled from the other room, ‘throw harder!’ I laughed and yelled back ‘okay.’


It was time to get serious. I got the bat and annihilated my buckets of bashable stuff. I continued to smash wine bottles, television’s, computer monitors and anything else around me.


It doesn’t take long to get into it. I would yell as I bashed stuff and than crack up laughing.


I used the ax on an old, tv console. I smashed it into the wood, leaving gaping holes and than smashed it again and again. Oh man, that felt good.


In the end, I was hot and sweaty but it felt good. My stress was gone and it was a lot cheaper than a therapist.

You have to try this, Nashville!! It’s worth every dollar spent.


Here are some things to remember:

You can bash alone or with a group. They offer a variety of bash packages. It just depends on what you want to do and how much you want to smash.

Please be respectful and honor the rage room rules.


Oh yeah, be sure to get a glitter bomb.

Bash-ville LLC

606 Fesslers Lane, Nashville, Tennessee 37210, United States


Photos by Logan Johnston


Doing Yoga With Goats

I’d heard about people doing yoga with goats and thought it was an interesting and unusual concept. Who came up with this idea and why? I had to find out so I visited Shenanigoats to try it out. Now I admit that I’m not a yoga kind of guy but this is not your typical yoga glass.

This started off with a family just trying to keep their farm afloat. They decided to use their goats to create a landscaping business. Sounds like a great, sustainable idea but a friend of theirs had a better one. She had heard about goat yoga becoming a thing and suggested that it could be something they offered. They now do both but the yoga is easily the most popular and requested. Check out the photos and you’ll understand why.


When you arrive for class, they explain how it works and get you ready to start. The instructor gets everyone warmed up and limber while the goats walk around, play and do their thing. Everyone tries to stay focused but it doesn’t take long for the class to dissolve into an hour of playing with the goats, taking pictures of/with them and watching them interact with others. The room is filled with laughter and lot’s of awww’s.

They make it clear before the class starts that the goats might pee or poop on you. It’s just a risk of spending an hour with them. If you can’t handle that, this isn’t for you. I was surprised at how many people just shrugged that concern off. The upside to that issue is that if one pee’s on you, you’ll get a free Shenanigoats shirt. If they poop on you, just brush it off and keep going. I laughed when people would happily exclaim “he just pee’d on me, can I get a shirt?!”

There isn’t a lot to explain or describe. You spend an hour playing with goats, laughing like crazy, have lots of fun and you’ll feel great when it’s all over. It’s the only yoga class that recommend.


The goats will occasionally nibble on your hair and/or clothes.
The Shenanigoats team moves around the room with leaves and branches to keep the goats moving so that everyone can enjoy them.
You can get leaves and branches to entice the goats to come to you.
The goats are happy to pose with you and for you.

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What are you waiting for?! Go book your class now!

Shenanigoats Yoga

Call (615) 964-0075 or email them ( to schedule your visit.

Photos by Logan Johnston      Written by Corey Webb