Yoga in London on the London Eye

If you’re looking for the perfect Instagram-able location for your yoga practice then look no further.  Time Out’s Eye-Openers – a series of events taking place on the London Eye in June offer you the perfect place to do yoga in London, as well as many more opportunities to broaden your horizons (while admiring London’s) in an exciting new series of events for the body and mind on the London Eye.

From talks and performances hosted by genuine London legends (everything from comedy performances and drag acts to inspiring, life-affirming discussions) to children’s stories delivered within the London landmark there’s a fantastic line-up of events to experience the vibrancy of the city like never before.

Storytime on the London EyeYoga classes are available to book at £20 per head for a 30 minute chilled session of flowing poses designed to strengthen and soothe, delivered by Hackney gym The Refinery. The price also includes Fast Track entry onto the London Eye but hurry because these totally unique yoga in London sessions are selling out fast!

Barre classes, also at £20 a head, offer you the chance to get ballet-dancer buff with sessions designed to improve posture and build strength, also led by the The Refinery. This ballet-inspired class is set to a disco beat to inspire and invigorate as you soar above London’s skyline.

Storytime sessions are offered in two age groups, 0-3 years and 4-7 years and are at £10 per head.

Finally, the Talks and Performances events welcome you to capsules hosting performances as varied as Brian Williams on London’s Coffee Scene, Performance Poetry with Roger Robinson, Crystal Beth and Baby Lame ‘Two Wild Drag Queens at 400ft’ and Annie Machon ‘On The Run From The MI5’. All these performances are from £20 a head.

Head straight on over to the Time Out Eye Openers website to get a full list of all the events happening on the London Eye in June.

And if you’re looking for a more personal experience take a look at the private capsules available for hire on the London Eye for your own special event this summer.


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