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You Can Do Outdoor Yoga 1,100 Feet in the Air on NYC’s Newest Skyscraper

New York City Wellness News
by Dayana Aleksandrova May 5, 2021

Edge, the tallest skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere located in New York City, has collaborated with fitness club Equinox to offer yoga classes on the building’s 100th-floor observation deck. The first class will be held on May 6, with a morning session from 6:30 AM to 7:30 AM, and promises an adrenaline-filled start to the day.

The Edge’s sky deck sits 1,100 feet in the air and features glass floors, 360-degree views, and curved glass walls allowing visitors to feel like they are truly suspended in the sky. In order to comply with COVID-19 regulations, all class attendees will have their temperature checked, face coverings will be required, and capacity will be limited. Guests don’t need to bring their own yoga mats as they will be provided and sanitized by the Equinox team.

Person doing yoga

Photo: Edge/Facebook

The unique yoga class will be held every week after May 6, with Wednesdays being reserved exclusively for Equinox members. Tickets for the first month of the classes were sold out shortly after being released on April 30 at $50 a pop. Tickets for June and beyond are expected to be released later this month, so there will be plenty of opportunities to work on your inner balance while taking in the jaw-dropping city views.

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