A new series of rooftop yoga classes launches across participating Thompson Hotels, alongside complimentary and discounted in-studio offers
CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, Hyatt launches a new collaboration between Thompson Hotels and the nation’s largest yoga studio brand, CorePower Yoga, to offer a series of not-your-average rooftop workout classes rooted in the mindfulness of yoga, designed to transform the minds and bodies of guests, CorePower Yoga members and locals. Starting summer 2022, classes are available complimentary to Thompson Hotels guests at participating properties and accessible to CorePower Yoga members and locals.
“At Thompson Hotels, we aim to create valuable experiences that align with the priorities of our guests and that includes how they stay well and fit on the road,” said Crystal Vinisse Thomas, Vice President & Global Brand Leader, Lifestyle & Luxury Brands at Hyatt. “We’re thrilled to be teaming up with CorePower Yoga to meet guests where they are on their wellbeing journey with distinctive offerings that enhance their stay.”
Participating properties, including Thompson Austin, Thomson Hollywood, Thompson Nashville, Thompson Seattle, and The Beekman, a Thompson Hotel in NYC, are offering a series of CorePower Yoga vinyasa-style C2 or high-energy Yoga Sculpt classes, led by local CorePower’s best-in-class teachers on each hotel’s show-stopping rooftop space with skyline views. Going beyond a typical class experience with curated playlists that capture the essence and mood of each class, guests staying at a participating Thompson Hotel can also enjoy one complimentary CorePower Yoga studio class as well as 20% off an All Access Membership or 10 Class Pack, ensuring a truly comprehensive wellbeing experience that guests can take with them wherever they travel next.
“Our collaboration with Thompson Hotels is a natural fit as we both aim to help people maintain fitness and wellness as part of their lifestyles and travel experiences so they can fully access the powerful benefits of a consistent practice in all that they do, wherever they are,” said Sarah Choi, Chief Marketing & Commercial Officer, CorePower Yoga. “At CorePower, we offer a holistic mind-body experience that is accessible to everyone. Our classes differ from traditional yoga – they are truly fitness-focused blending yoga principles, strength training, and mindfulness for a well-rounded workout.”
To learn more about each property’s class offerings, see below. For more information on how guests and members can take advantage of this collaboration, visit: www.corepoweryoga.com/thompsonhotels.
Outdoor Rooftop Yoga Schedule:
- Thompson Austin – Weekly rooftop classes on Saturdays at 9:00am
- Thompson Hollywood – Weekly rooftop classes on Saturdays at 10:30am
- Thompson Nashville – Weekly rooftop classes on Saturdays at 10:00am
- Thompson Seattle – Monthly rooftop classes at 10:00am
- The Beekman, A Thompson Hotel – Weekly rooftop classes on Tuesdays at 7:00pm
*Schedules subject to change
Looking ahead, Thompson Hotels and CorePower Yoga are exploring more ways to engage with their guests and members to provide valuable experiences in the future.
The term “Hyatt” is used in this release for convenience to refer to Hyatt Hotels Corporation and/or one or more of its affiliates.
About Thompson Hotels
Founded in 2001, Thompson Hotels is an award-winning boutique lifestyle hospitality brand with a collection of stunning, dynamic properties. Each of Thompson Hotels’ urban and resort locations offer a carefully layered environment that molds into its surrounding community. Guests are provided tailored stays with connections to world-class culinary offerings, arts and entertainment, and groundbreaking design. The Thompson Hotels portfolio of lifestyle hotels includes The Beekman, Gild Hall and Thompson Central Park New York in New York City; Thompson Washington D.C.; Thompson Nashville; Thompson Seattle; Thompson Chicago; The Cape in Los Cabos, Mexico and Thompson Playa del Carmen in Riviera Maya, Mexico; Thompson Zihuatanejo on Mexico’s Pacific Coast; Thompson Dallas, Thompson San Antonio, and Thompson Austin in Texas as well as Thompson Savannah, Thompson Hollywood, Thompson Buckhead and Thompson Denver. Follow @ThompsonHotels on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for news and updates. For more information, please visit www.thompsonhotels.com.
About CorePower Yoga
CorePower Yoga shares the transformative power of yoga with every mind, every body, everywhere through its physically intense workouts rooted in the mindfulness of yoga. CorePower Yoga is the nation’s largest yoga studio brand with more than 220 locations across the country, digital livestream and on-demand classes, and thousands of passionate, accredited yoga teachers providing the opportunity for people to breathe, move and sweat together – and discover the magic that happens when physical meets mindful. For more information, visit corepoweryoga.com.
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