Guests at the Ritz-Carlton in Abama, Tenerife, will be able to enjoy the Atlantic from a whole new perspective this summer with the introduction of 'Fly Yoga' classes in the resort's Persian Garden.
Budding yogis are invited to relax and realign under the African sun as they dangle from the (reinforced) pagodas on the luxury resort's serene sixth floor space, with expert coaches on hand to help achieve that yoga 'high'.
'Fly Yoga' uses soft fabric hammocks and works with gravity to relax and realign the body, centre the mind and uplift the spirit.
The aerial activity is one of a host of new activities which also include Spanish classes, candle making, volcanic stone painting and botanical tours.
They say: "Catering for beginners to advanced students, the al fresco classes will encourage physical release, refined strength, energetic flow, and heightened awareness of breath, body and bandhas. Newcomers will learn practical postural fundamentals while discovering how yoga enlightens life."
We say: The Ritz-Carlton Abama is located in the sunniest part of Tenerife, which has more hours of sunshine than anywhere else in Spain. And being upside down is proven to be a brilliant anti-ageing technique, which means less time in the spa and more on the sun lounger.
Ocean View Deluxe Rooms at The Ritz-Carlton, Abama start from 350 euro per night on a bed and breakfast basis.