Out There: Practice High Roller Yoga Above the Las Vegas Strip

Looking for a one-of-a-kind yoga experience? Try a class in Las Vegas’s High Roller Observation Wheel, 550 feet above the strip.

Looking for a one-of-a-kind yoga experience? Try a class in Las Vegas’s High Roller Observation Wheel, 550 feet above the strip.

Planning a trip to Vegas? Add this new, elevated yoga class to your itinerary: A one-hour yoga session in the High Roller Observation Wheel, the world’s tallest observation wheel at 550 feet in the air, overlooking the Las Vegas skyline. “We sought to create something that offered the almost unheard of opportunity to enjoy a fitness activity in a distinctly Las Vegas setting,” says Shaun Swanger, Vice President and General Manager of The LINQ Promenade.

Guests will be guided through the practice while wearing a headset that allows them to hear the instructor and music. Instructors from Silent Savasana will be guiding the practice and up to 6 guests are allowed in a cabin. “At the High Roller, guests will see a spectacular 360-degree view of many of these sights—the beautiful mountains, the incomparable skyline,” says Dray Gardner, a Silent Savasana yoga instructor.

You are welcome to bring your own mat and any other yoga props you need or borrow a mat that’s been provided by Lululemon Athletica. As an extra bonus you’ll also receive a High Roller water bottle perfect to take outdoors or with you on your workouts.

There are multiple ways to experience this new unique Las Vegas attraction, which launched June 21, including premium options. “Clearly, yoga has never been more popular and the turn out for Yoga on the High Roller has been incredible,” Swanger says.

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Event At A Glance


1-hour yoga sessions in the High Roller Observation Wheel


7 days a week, 11:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.


High Roller Observation Wheel at the LINQ Promenade


Starting at $75 a person


Guests must make a reservation 24 hours in advance to reserve their spot and up to 4 people are required to fulfill a reservation.

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