Skyline-view yoga launches in Las Vegas

Yoga sessions with a view are set to launch at the 550ft High Roller observation tower in Las Vegas.

The classes will launch on International Yoga Day tomorrow, June 21, and are being promoted as an “elevated journey”, offering views of the Las Vegas Strip.

Sessions are one hour, during which time the observation tower will rotate twice.

Guests will be equipped with headsets through which they can hear the instructor from Las Vegas-based Silent Savasana, as well as music.

Guests can bring their own mat, or borrow a mat at the venue, provided by athleisure brand Lululemon Athletica. 

Sessions will be available seven days a week, and must be booked at least 24 hours in advance. Classes will run from 11.30am to 5pm and cost US$75 (£51) per person.

There will also be a premium sunset option available Monday to Wednesday, priced at US$85 (£58) per person, and one-on-one yoga sessions, costing US$250 (£170) for one and US$300 (£204) for a couple.

Bob Morse, president of Caesars Entertainment, of which High Roller is part, said: "This is a first-of-its-kind experience for Las Vegas. We have found a new opportunity to take the High Roller experience to the next level for our visitors.”