Salt Room - Meditation and Yoga
What makes meditation and yoga in a salt room unique?
There is a substantial research in alternative medicine that proves the overall benefits of halotherapy or salt therapy in:
- reducing toxicity in the body (especially in the skin and respiratory system)
- strengthening the body’s overall immunity
- improving mental clarity, emotional well-being
Similarly – certain meditation techniques, breathing exercises and yoga postures have been shown to benefit the overall well-being in people who practice these consistently.
Breathya’s latest meditation and yoga series will allow practitioners to unlock a unique multiplier effect.
What does this mean?
Compared to any other practice environment like a normal room – by practising these beneficial meditation techniques, breathing exercises and yoga postures in a salt room – you will be able to unlock higher levels of well-being at faster rates.
These better, higher, faster rates of well-being = the multiplier effect for you 🙂
Who are these sessions suitable for?
The meditation and yoga series is suitable for anyone who wants to elevate their level of wellbeing, in particular:
- Young adults struggling with anxiety and/or lifestyle disorders that lead to poor health
- Professionals facing stressful situations in life
- Families looking for a more meaningful way to bond with their children
Note: All sessions can be customised for those with low mobility as well. Adequate physical support (e.g. chairs), posture modifications and on-site guidance is provided.
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