Wednesday, March 08, 2017 06:00 AM

BREATHING, SKIN OR SLEEP PROBLEMS? CONSIDER 'SALTY' YOGA

Doing yoga has been linked with reduced feelings of stress, anxiety, depression and even post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). But what about a practice that also relieves allergies, asthma, sleep problems, psoriasis and overall well-being?

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During salty yoga, participants aim to do just that with the holistic healing properties of dry salt therapy and those aforementioned benefits of yoga.

The salt room is really great for detoxifying your respiratory system and your skin, so, to me, its a no-brainer to marry both together, Kayla Kleinman, founder of events company Holistic Happening in New York City, told Fox News. Kleinman serves as a salty yoga guest instructor at Breathe Salt Rooms, which has four New York loations.

A 30-minute salty yoga class involves being surrounded by pink Himalayan salt, which is naturally anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal.

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Leslie McDonald, a student, said in the winter, she suffers from dry, red and patchy skin. But doing salty yoga has cleared her symptoms, ...

News source: Fox News

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