A naturopathic physician, Brad Rachman serves as clinical director of the Rachman Clinic in Black Mountain, North Carolina, just outside of Asheville. He also stands out in the community as the cofounder of Black Mountain Yoga, where he and his wife, Martia Rachman, offer one-on-one therapeutic yoga sessions.
Known as an epicenter of the arts and natural living, Asheville offers a variety of pleasures to make a weekend truly special. Many of these earned feature in a recent New York Times article titled “36 Hours in Asheville, NC.” The article led readers through a weekend full of options that range from a Friday night drum circle in Pritchard Park to a tour of the city’s microbreweries.
The article also sent readers to Black Mountain Yoga, where the Rachmans lead students through a personalized yoga session ideal for a Saturday morning. Also recommended for a cultural Saturday were the studios in the River Arts District, an indulgent few hours at the Battery Park Book Exchange, and a tour of the city’s local culinary treasures. Visitors were urged to follow a busy Saturday in town by enjoying the scenery outside of town with an exciting zipline tour.
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