Yoga in the Walkways Returns to Tower Bridge
Kick-start your working day with once-in-a-lifetime experience
Tower Bridge once again invites you to enjoy a unique London experience with exclusive sunrise yoga classes in the high-level Walkways, 42 metres above the River Thames.
Taking place on a monthly basis starting from Wednesday 17 February, London-based yoga teacher Sarah McFadden will have you striking the perfect downward facing dog through energetic vinyasa-flow yoga classes that will help you kick-start the working day.
Designed to revitalise and inject energy into Londoners with spectacular river views from inside the most famous bridge in the world, the yoga classes will allow participants of all abilities to perfect their practice. Daring yogis can position themselves on the glass floor for a suspended view of road and pedestrian life, all moving at pace 42 metres beneath their feet. Participants may even witness the magic of the Bridge’s famous bascules raising for a river vessel!
The glass floors along the Bridge’s East and West high-level Walkways each measure 11 metres long and 1.8 metres wide, and can withstand the weight equivalent to one elephant and two London Black Cabs.
Space on the glass floor is limited so positions will be allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis.
A small number of mats are available so participants are advised to bring their own. However to maximise the experience on the new glass floor, it is recommended to use gripped gloves and socks.
Cost: £25.00 per person
Time: 07.30am - 08.20am (arrive by 7.15am)
Tickets are now on sale! Places are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
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Please note the first three sessions will be taught by Sarah McFadden (17th February, 16th March and 20th April ); the second three (18th May, 15th June and 20th July) will be taught by Billie Woodcraft.