Edition Hotels partners with Yoga For Bad People

Ian Schrager’s Edition Hotels, a brand collaboration with Marriott International, has partnered with wellness collective Yoga For Bad People to produce a series of in-room fitness amenities for guests.

Yoga For Bad People, founded by Heather Lilleston and Katelin Sisson, is known for its relaxed approach to its signature retreats. The company will take guests through a variety of poses based around the vinyasa style combined with specific postures aimed at alignment and therapeutics. 
“We are thrilled to be partnering with Edition Hotels as the first to offer in room yoga to all those who have the opportunity to stay in the incredibly well curated experience at Edition,” Heather Lilleston, co-founder of Yoga For Bad People, said in a statement. “In all our classes we aim to combine an accessible practice for all levels, with emphasis on good alignment, a sense of humor and just enough of a challenge to welcome you back to the yoga mat the next day - or your next Edition visit. At Edition we never want to leave, and we hope having these classes available to all guests will elevate the already special experience of a stay there."

The Edition in Miami is one of the first hotels in the brand to work with Yoga For Bad People.

The new program is being launched across Edition's properties in Miami, New York and London, and will include three yoga videos, which will be available on demand through the guest’s entertainment system. There are twenty-five and forty minute classes, plus a guided relaxation class, filmed at the Miami Beach Edition, which take guests through a sequence of simple poses for the morning or evening.

“Edition is pleased to have Katelin and Heather onboard as part of our expanding wellness focus across the brand, Yoga for Bad People takes a one-of-a-kind approach to classes and teach in a truly innovative way,” Ben Pundole, VP of brand experience, Edition Hotels, said in a statement. “With this in mind they’re the perfect partner for Edition and we look forward to showcasing our in-room video classes to our guests.”

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