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Helipad Yoga For Groups At Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles At Beverly Hills

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Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills announces the latest eye-opening innovation in private group event experiences with the launch of Helipad Yoga. 

LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 13:  Atmosphere at Yoga in the Sky: Celebrity Yogi Rainbeau Mars Leads Sunrise Yoga On Helipad At Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles At Beverly Hills For Global Wellness Day at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills on June 13, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Michael Bezjian/Getty Images for Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills)

Originally making its debut for Global Wellness Day, demand for the unique “yoga in the sky” session led by top west-coast based yoga instructors on the Hotel’s panoramic rooftop helicopter pad was overwhelming, especially following national television and online media coverage.

Historically, the Hotel’s rooftop has been strictly off-limits for guests since opening in 1987. In keeping with the air of exclusivity, Helipad Yoga is only available for private groups of up to twenty five people per session. The 17th floor location affords bird’s eye views of Los Angeles, from the legendary Hollywood sign and the skyline of Downtown in the east, to the leafy avenues of Beverly Hills and the towers of Century City in the west.  Sunrise or sunset yoga provides an especially picturesque setting for establishing group harmony and clearing the mind.

In addition, Blue Clay Fitness, the celebrity fitness training company and trainers of choice for guests of Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles since 2005, are now offering their signature group fitness class Blue Clay Fusion for groups, as part of the Four Seasons Helipad fitness program.

Wellness Menus at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

In addition, the Hotel’s culinary team will offer complimentary fresh green juices, made in house, following each group’s yoga session. Executive Chef Cyrille Pannier has also created special breakfast, lunch and dinner Wellness Menus that can be enjoyed by groups. Breakfast offerings include a Sinless Benedict with an organic poached egg, thick cut tomato, kale and salsa, and the First Burrito of the Day with a whole wheat tortilla, scrambled egg whites, tomato, quinoa, black beans, avocado and almond milk mozzarella.  Lunch options include the Antioxidant Salad, grilled Japanese eggplant, and seared salmon with quinoa. Healthy dinner options include the Tricolore Salad; polpo alla griglia – grilled octopus with black chickpeas; and linguine alla Bolognese, whole wheat pasta with turkey ragu and pesto sauce.

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