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Where To Find Yoga In Las Vegas

Although a trip to Las Vegas isn’t typically viewed as a healthy decision, there are healthy endeavors that you can pursue while in town. Sure, vices are plentiful in Sin City, but there are also plenty of activities, like yoga, that can help you detoxify and stay in shape.

While Las Vegas boasts the typical assortment of yoga studios that you’d expect a major US city have, there are also some really unique venues, views, and opportunities that are only available here. Below, we’ll cover some of the more touristy, or sought-out places to enjoy yoga in Las Vegas.

Yoga on the Las Vegas Strip

Yoga With The Dolphins At Mirage: This yoga class allows you to enjoy views of Mirage’s resident dolphins throughout your session. Located in Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat’s underwater dolphin viewing area, the 1-hour yoga experience also offers spa facility access and a complimentary smoothie.

Woman doing a yoga pose with a dolphin in the background.
Yoga with the dolphins – Photo Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Yoga On The Strip with a View At Waldorf Astoria: Overlooking Waldorf Astoria’s pool deck and resorts on the Las Vegas Strip, Yoga and Pilates classes are offered daily.

Poolside Fitness at Cosmopolitan: Throughout the spring and summer, Cosmopolitan offers 2 different fitness courses next to their Boulevard Pool. Their Yin-style yoga class costs $25 per person and includes a towel, water, and a mat and lasts 60-minutes.

Yoga in the Van Gogh Exhibit at Crystals: Few venues are more serene than the immersive Van Gogh exhibit at Crystals. Surrounded by screens depicting the works of the famous artist, participants will be guided through a 25-minute session and treated to Kefir samples afterward.

Park MGM Yoga Series: Partake in “holistic healing of your mind and body” at Park MGM’s Yoga Series which takes place on Saturdays at 10 am. The yoga class is led by TRUFUSION and costs $20 per class, although Nevada residents can attend for free.

Yoga In The Sky: There are few attractions that offer a better view of Las Vegas than the 550 ft. tall High Roller Observation Wheel that anchors the Linq Promenade.

Making the giant wheel more appealing to Yogis is their “Yoga in the Sky” package that includes a yoga class that lasts 1-hour, which equates to 2 full revolutions. Feel free to bring your own mat, or one will be provided. Additionally, all participants are given headsets to block out noise and ensure the instructor can be heard.

Woman doing yoga pose on High Roller Observation Wheel
Yoga in the Sky – Photo Courtesy of Caesars Entertainment

Yoga in Las Vegas Away From The Strip

Hot Yoga At The Neon Museum: Where else can you combine your love for Las Vegas history with yoga? Nowhere. Offered throughout the summer on Wednesdays from 7 pm – 8 pm and select Saturdays, Hot Yoga costs $18 per session and takes place in the historic Neon Boneyard museum. Yogis should come prepared with a yoga mat, water, and anything else you may need. Note that it’s called “Hot Yoga” for a reason, temperatures will likely be in the 100’s. Check The Neon Museum’s events calendar to confirm upcoming dates.

Yoga At The Downtown Container Park: Located just steps away from the Fremont Street Experience, Yoga in the Park takes place on the south lawn of the Downtown Container Park and costs $9. Classes are held every Saturday and Sunday from 9:20 am – 10:20 am and are capped at 30 participants. Check the Container Park calendar of events here.

Naked Yoga at the Erotic Heritage Museum: Embracing body positivity, this yoga class is hosted by Miss Monika and is held on Thursdays at 6 pm for a cost of $20.

Hopefully, we were able to help you identify a unique and memorable opportunity to participate in yoga in Las Vegas! Whether you’re looking for yoga on the Strip or downtown, there is a bevy of solid options available.

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