We are excited to bring a new type of studio to Northern California that combines the benefits of yoga with breathing Himalayan salts. These salts, which were first used by ancient philosophers and healers, have endless health benefits, and are now popular in today’s top luxury spas. The hectic Bay Area lifestyle takes a toll on our mental and physical health. The unique "salt yoga" environment and salt therapy room offered at Breathe Salt Yoga will help get your mind and body back on track.
THE BAY AREA'S 1ST SALT YOGA STUDIO & SALT THERAPY ROOM
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This popular class is based on the belief that mental and physical health are interrelated, and should be conditioned together. All of the classes at Breathe Salt Yoga attempt to coordinate breathing and physical movement, improve focus and concentration, and help participants regain control of their body and mind.
Hatha is a general category that includes most yoga styles. It is an old system that includes the practice of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises), which help bring peace to the mind and body, preparing the body for deeper spiritual practices such as meditation.
Restorative yoga is a type of yoga known for its relaxing, calming and healing effect. It has its roots in the yoga of B.K.S. Iyengar, who developed a yoga that allows students to practice without any strain or pain. This was developed into a whole style of yoga which was considered ideal for those recovering from injuries or illnesses.
A very popular Power Vinyasa Yoga style, linking breath and movement. It is a dynamic, flowing practice which cultivates strength, flexibility, balance, focus, and endurance. It tones and sculpts the entire body allowing for rapid results.
Yoga for Athletes
This class will lead you through a Vinyasa yoga sequence focused on the opening the hips, quads, and hamstrings, while also providing poses to strengthen your core and improve your balance. This particular class helps build a strong core from which one can transition into new positions and exercises.