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Yoga in a Ferris wheel? Only in Vegas

You may want to ditch “om” for a Vegas-themed mantra during a yoga class aboard the world’s tallest observation wheel.

The High Roller is now hosting daily, one-hour yoga sessions with the Strip and the nearby mountains creating a unique backdrop.

Having boarded one of the wheel’s cabins, participants will don headphones for guidance from a Silent Savasana yoga school instructor. According to a news release, the headphones allow guests to focus both on the instructor and the views.

A 60-minute session equals two rotations of the wheel. Guests can use the mats provided or bring their own.

Sessions must be booked at least 24 hours in advance. They’re offered for $75 per person between 11:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Sunset classes, for which start times will vary, are priced at $85. A minimum of four people are required per class. The maximum is six.

Private sessions are available for $250 for one person or $300 for a couple.

All prices include a refillable water bottle bearing the High Roller logo.

The 550-foot tall Ferris wheel is located at the Linq promenade, just across Las Vegas Boulevard from Caesars Palace.

Info: The Linq High Roller, (702) 322-0537

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