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Breath & Salt Cleanse

A Breathwork & Halotherapy Experience

With Prana Yoga instructor: April Linson

Combining Breathwork with Himalayan Salt Therapy, creates a container for both Spiritual and Physical Cleansing.

Set Within the Beautiful Sanctuary of the Urban Muse Salt Room, In a Semi-Private Experience (Only 6 Spaces Available), You are Sure to Leave Feeling Nurtured, Lighter, and Brighter.

Breathwork Healing is a powerful meditation tool, utilizing a specific 2 part breathwork technique (taught by David Elliott), to facilitate a release of stuck energy, thought patterns and emotional baggage. With this guided breath meditation, memories, deep rooted belief systems (created or passed down), stress, trauma, loss, grief, fear, anxiety, and whatever else is hiding in the body, can find it’s way to the surface and into our awareness which begins the process of healing. Once we are freed up in the areas that have been blocked off or weighed down we can begin to experience deeper levels of joy and love, new-found creativity and healthy ways of self-love and self-expression.

Within a group dynamic this work takes on a powerful energy, creating a space of safety, unity, and the opportunity to grow in community. Through reaching into the higher levels of consciousness, releasing stuck energy and blocked emotions, you will leave feeling lighter and brighter. You may even make some new friends!

Class is $45 per-person

• MAY 16, 2019 | 6:00-7:15PM
• JUNE 4, 2019 | 1:00PM-2:15PM
• JUNE 18, 2019 | 6:00-7:15PM

~ Book now! ~ Must book this class online (through Prana Yoga’s Website)

What is Halotherapy?

Salt Therapy can be passive or active. Salt placed on the walls or on the floor creates a negative ion environment which is a passive experience. Halotherapy, however uses a device called a Halogenerator. A Halogenerator is a machine that takes pharmaceutical grade salt and grinds it up into an ultrafine powder. The process of expelling salt creates an active salt experience. This powder is so finely textured, the grains become the size of a red blood cell. It is then cast into the salt therapy environment where clients sit and relax, breathing this salt and bask in the glow of Himalayan Salt walls. As the salt descends upon their skin and is breathed in to their respiratory systems, cleansing and healing begins.