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Yoga at Tower Bridge

August 19, 2016 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Advertising News

For years, thousands have flocked to London Tower Bridge to marvel at the stunning architecture and to explore the inside of one of the most historic places to visit in London. Now, you can take part in an altogether different Tower Bridge experience that combines fun and fitness in one of London’s most iconic locations.

On selected days throughout the year, Tower Bridge are offering vinyasa- flow yoga classes to help brighten your morning. Taught by esteemed teacher Billie Woodcraft, you will continue to gradually build your skills and challenge yourself.

From the top of Tower Bridge, you will be able to enjoy stunning, panoramic viewpoints of London, detailing the city’s landscape and beautiful architecture. Not only that, but the classes will take place on Tower Bridge’s famous glass floor. Fortified to withstand the equivalent weight of an elephant and two London black cabs, you can see 42 metres beneath your feet, and enjoy 360° views of the entire city, including more famous London landmarks such as, Canary Wharf, The Monument, London Eye and The Shard.

Whether you are looking to try something new and exciting, or if you are just looking for some mindful rest to start your day with, this could be ideal for you. As well as this, you might even be able to witness the spectacle of the bascules raising on a morning.

Yoga classes are just one of the many new events taking place over the coming months. As well as family activities on the Family Trail app, you also have the opportunity to get involved with ‘Ask a Techie’ sessions taking place throughout the summer holidays. Here, you will be able to speak to one of the technicians who operate the bridge on a daily basis. This is your chance to learn amazing facts and gain insight into the inner workings of one of the biggest landmarks in the city.

So, if you’re looking for places to visit or things to do in London over the summer, head over to the Tower Bridge exhibition website at http://www.towerbridge.org.uk for more information.