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The Beverly Hills Hotel introduces 9021-OM™ yoga program for guests and non-guests alike

New al fresco sunset classes overlook the hotel’s legendary pool and cabanas

Beginning Wednesday, January 20, The Beverly Hills Hotel will launch new yoga classes on the pool’s Upper Terrace* every Wednesday from 6 to 7 pm. Celebrated yoga instructor Amy Rose will conduct the hour-long classes, priced at $25* and open to the public. Fresh fruit, juice, water, yoga mats and blocks will be provided complimentary to all participants.

Certified and trained through the American Yoga School in Malibu, California, Amy Rose specializes in vinyasa flow set to soul soothing music. Her instruction is ideal for beginner to advanced levels, with an emphasis on bringing great light and love into her classes. Amy’s focus on building endurance and strength, while at the same time respecting the connection between the body and the mind, allows for a synergistic physical and mental experience.

Steeped in Hollywood history, the pool at The Beverly Hills Hotel has always been home to glamorous starlets, film icons, and the location for many classic films. In 2013, the pool underwent a thoughtful restoration which included a new expanded Cabana Café and chic redesign of its historic cabanas. A spacious Upper Terrace overlooking the pool was also created to allow for bi-level lounging around the pool.

Health and wellness enthusiasts will also appreciate the hotel’s Spa by La Prairie, located adjacent to the pool area. Open daily from 8 am to 9 pm, the Spa offers an extensive treatment menu of signature services and remedies that allow clients to experience La Prairie’s one-of-a-kind body therapies.

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