The high life
Feel on top of the world with a yoga class at London’s Landmark Pinnacle, the UK’s tallest residential tower
Fancy a yoga workout high up in the clouds? The UK’s highest gym — at 571 feet in the sky — has launched to residents at Landmark Pinnacle in Canary Wharf, London, making it the nation’s tallest residential tower. The high-spec gym space includes a designated yoga and Pilates studio with some of the most amazing views across the capital and beyond.
The gym, managed by residential fitness and wellbeing leaders, Educated Body, features state-of-the-art Technogym equipment including cardio machines and free weights. It also includes a golf simulator with a putting green.
Residents can book classes and personal training sessions via the Educated Body Landmark Pinnacle Wellbeing App. All classes are free of charge and studio based including Hiit Training, flex and stretch, body conditioning, core training, yoga, Pilates and more. The studio also offers virtual classes using Les Mills, which can be scheduled or used on-demand.
“Landmark Pinnacle offers the best residential gym views in London with an offering competing with five-star hotels and spas,” said Phillippa Hardman, founder of Educated Body. “Residents can meditate in the clouds and draw on London's iconic skyline for motivation. The experience is nothing short of spectacular and comparable to high-rise gyms found in New York and Chicago — making it truly unique for London." As well as activity classes, the gym will also run wellbeing events focused on key areas including sleep, meditation, coaching, healthy eating, cooking and mental health awareness hosted by an expert roster of speakers and partners.
They include Luke Chadwick, a former Manchester United Premier League football player, who will speak with residents about managing mental health. The gym and wellbeing activities are just a part of several world-class amenity spaces available to all residents at the property. Other lifestyle amenities include an entire 27th floor dedicated to a panoramic garden, private cinema, resident lounge, private dining rooms, with professional standard kitchens and London's highest private roof terrace located on the 75th floor.
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