Last updated: 11:30 AM ET, Wed June 15 2016

Get Ready for High Roller Yoga in Sin City

Destination & Tourism | Janeen Christoff | June 15, 2016

Get Ready for High Roller Yoga in Sin City

Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment

Have you been thinking that you need to up the ante on your yoga experience? Bored of downward dog in your local studio? Maybe you need to try something a little bit more exotic than a sun salutation on your backyard deck. Well, Las Vegas has the answer.

A new experience is coming to the High Roller observation wheel at the LINQ Promenade. In-cabin yoga will be the new thing to do in Vegas when it launches on June 21, National Yoga Day.

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"This is truly a first-of-its-kind experience for Las Vegas," said Bob Morse, president of hospitality for Caesars Entertainment. “The LINQ Promenade was the first to create an outdoor venue that featured shopping, retail and entertainment all in one place. After much success, we have found a new opportunity to take the High Roller experience to the next level for our visitors.

This first of its kind yoga experience includes a one-hour session (two rotations of the wheel) with an instructor from local Las Vegas studio Silent Savasana and up to six guests per cabin. Guests will be guided through the experience through the use of a headset that allows them to hear the instructor and the music, providing a more individualized, soothing and focused session — and all the while, yogis will be able to take in sweeping views of the Las Vegas Strip and the skyline.

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Sessions will be available seven days per week, from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and cost $75. Monday through Wednesday, there will be sunset sessions that are $85. The time for these special sessions will fluctuate to accommodate the changing times of sunset.

For those who want a more private experience, one-on-one sessions are available for $250 per session. Couples pay $300. And for those who want to make Ferris wheel yoga a more regular part of their lives, passes are available for approximately $325 per person.

Guests who want to give yoga in an observation wheel a try should definitely make a reservation. Four people are required to fulfill a reservation — so definitely book in advance.

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