USA In Las Vegas, downward dog at 550 feet By Sarah Feldberg / June 28, 2016 Share 1 The High Roller observation wheel now offers hour-long yoga sessions, so you can take your practice airborne. -- Yoga is often about releasing tension, getting in touch with your body and feeling grounded. But that doesn't mean your practice has to take place on solid earth. On June 21, International Yoga Day, the High Roller observation wheel at the Linq launched yoga classes in the sky, hour-long sessions inside the wheel's glass pods, which reach a height of 550 feet. The classes, which can accommodate up to six students, take place during two full rotations of the High Roller. Students wear headsets through which they can hear the session's soundtrack as well as instructions from Silent Savasana teachers who guide each class. As they move through downward dog, warrior pose, chaturanga and crow, Las Vegas unfurls at their feet. The view from the High Roller, whether in upward-facing dog or upward-facing human, is simply breathtaking. Classes are available daily 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at $75 per person with at least four students required. Sunset sessions are available Mondays to Wednesdays at $85 per person, and private classes are $250 or $300 per couple. Reservations, which include use of a yoga mat and a complimentary water bottle, must be made at least 24 hours in advance.For more information, click here.