Yogasphere: Review
18 May 2016

Practice yoga in the sky at Europe’s tallest building, The Shard whilst admiring 360 degree views of London.

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At 1,000ft immerse yourself in a one hour session of yoga, a perfect start to your day and a once in a lifetime experience. Set just five minutes from London Bridge Station, step off and up 72 floors into a world distant from our everyday lives. This class lets you connect with your practice away from the hustle and bustle of London life and is open to beginners and advanced practitioners.

Arriving at The Shard, I was filled with excitement as we were guided up the phenomenal building, admiring the architecture. Stepping onto the 72nd floor, I found mats considerately placed in preparation for our arrival, for our ease and giving us time to enjoy the view we had just been stunned by. We begun our class appreciating our surroundings whilst practicing simple yoga poses. As the class progressed, our muscles were pushed and our balance tested, some even moving onto advanced poses.

The class was designed for people at all levels and gives everyone the chance to engage fully with each pose. Instructors, Amy and Imy were attentive and demonstrated each pose with elegance and professionalism. Yogasphere successfully combines fitness with unforgettable experiences and is perhaps the most exciting yoga class in London. Each class is delicately considered for your pleasure to ensure a fantastic experience, even leaving the class with a gift bag filled with healthy goodies and Yogasphere special offers.

Not only did I get my Saturday morning off to a healthy start, I had the unmissable experience, balancing in the clouds. It really is the first studio of its kind. Other customers had said that it was “a rejuvenating experience, fantastic with spectacular views” and “this was my first yoga class, and I enjoyed every minute of it”. Yogasphere is partnered with Matt Roberts Private Clubs and has studios in other fantastic locations such as Chelsea, Hampstead and the City.