Yoga, Meditation, and Educational Classes

Salted Vinyasa Restorative Yoga

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  Monday's @ 6PM.  This is a slower paced flow, with relaxing longer held poses without strain, to help relax the nervous system, which releases stress and anxiety. We incorporate breathwork and guided meditation to calm the body and quite the mind. Props are used to achieve longer held poses. All levels of practice are encouraged to participate. 

Salted Beginner Vinyasa

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   Monday's @ 10 AM.  Introduction to yoga. You'll develop safe alignment in foundational poses to create balance and strength. You will be introduced to more advanced poses, with modifications for the poses along with props (blocks). 

Salted Vinyasa All Levels Yoga

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Thursday's @ 10 AM. There's a variety of foundational poses, geared to benefit all levels of practice, from first timers to the more novice. Advanced Poses are incorporated. Modifications are available for advanced poses. New poses will be introduced weekly. 

Salted Meditation/Breath W/David

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 Every other Wednesday @ 6PM 

 The Importance of the Breath

When you ask someone why breathing is important you will most likely will get responses such as, “if we don’t breathe we die” or “we will pass out if we don’t breathe.”  So, to put this into context when I attended my first yoga class and mindfulness class the instructor in both made everyone focus on their breath. Breath work is the starting point and often referred to as the “anchor” and if you practice yoga and other meditative forms on a regular basis you already know the power that breathing can have on your body and mind. 

The benefits of paying attention to our breath whether it be during a specific activity or just noticing our breath while we go about our daily routine are numerous. They include but are not limited to, the ability to regulate our emotions, lower stress levels, reduce blood pressure, improves core muscle stability, and helps manage symptoms associated with PTSD, depression, and anxiety. 

Young Living Oils Workshop W/Terri

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               Once a month

Essential oils have been used since the beginning of time, aiding in the healing of many common conditions. Terri Schmidt, our Essential oils expert, will cover a short list of common conditions and issues that have been successfully treated with oils. You will learn the do’s and don’ts of oil use. Not only will you leave with a higher respect for Essential oils, everyone will receive handout material for referring to for future use. You will also have the opportunity to join Terri’s private Facebook page, where you will learn even more tips and tricks on prevention, rehabilitation, and improved well-being, for you, your family, your pets, your home, and ultimately the planet, with the use of Essential oils.  

Salted Vinyasa Flow Yoga W/David

Salt Therapy Yoga in Emmaus, Alternative Healing Solution

Every other Wednesday @ 6 PM 

Interested in yoga, but unsure where to start? All levels are welcome; but this class is especially appropriate for beginners.


In this class, you will explore some of the basic postures and breathing techniques that make up the practice of Hatha yoga with an emphasis on the Sun Salutations. You will learn about the basics of proper alignment and technique. Emphasis will be placed on core strength, flexibility and balance, as well as concentration and breath control. 


This class is based on physical postures (asanas), linking breath with movement, mindfulness and listening to the body. The sequence of postures may be different from class to class, but always follow an intelligent progression that moves from basic to complex.

No yoga experience necessary, simply bring a willingness to move and play.

Class Description

Salted Vinyasa Yoga With David

Every other Wednesday at 6PM $45

Interested in yoga, but unsure where to start? All levels are welcome; but this class is especially appropriate for beginners.


In this class, you will explore some of the basic postures and breathing techniques that make up the practice of Hatha yoga with an emphasis on the Sun Salutations. You will learn about the basics of proper alignment and technique. Emphasis will be placed on core strength, flexibility and balance, as well as concentration and breath control. 


This class is based on physical postures (asanas), linking breath with movement, mindfulness and listening to the body. The sequence of postures may be different from class to class, but always follow an intelligent progression that moves from basic to complex.


No yoga experience necessary, simply bring a willingness to move and play.


This Class is held in the Halotherapy Room. Please learn the added levels of healing when actively exposed to aerosol salt.

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My Journey

Hello, I’m David Laboski and my first experience with yoga was five years ago. Playing sports in high school and college along with years of weight training and other fitness activities took a toll on my body. So, after twenty plus years of physical therapy, massage treatments, chiropractic appointments and hospital visits due to my lower back I decided to try something different. I was apprehensive at first and would say things such as, “I am too inflexible and inpatient” and “I can’t even touch my toes let alone do a headstand and backbend.” 

I quickly found that none of that mattered and all of the pre-conceived notions I had about yoga were wrong. Yoga has given me a new lease on life and has dramatically decreased my stiffness and physical pain. I am now able to do things I couldn’t do twenty years ago. And if that wasn’t enough, I found that yoga helped me de-stress, calm my mind, and gave me a deep sense of relaxation and pride. 


After a few years of practicing, I enrolled in teacher training because not only did I want to deepen my own understanding, but now I want to share yoga with as many people as possible. 

The Importance of Breathe/With David

 When you ask someone why breathing is important you will most likely will get responses such as, “if we don’t breathe we die” or “we will pass out if we don’t breathe.”  So, to put this into context when I attended my first yoga class and mindfulness class the instructor in both made everyone focus on their breath. Breath work is the starting point and often referred to as the “anchor” and if you practice yoga and other meditative forms on a regular basis you already know the power that breathing can have on your body and mind. 


The benefits of paying attention to our breath whether it be during a specific activity or just noticing our breath while we go about our daily routine are numerous. They include but are not limited to, the ability to regulate our emotions, lower stress levels, reduce blood pressure, improves core muscle stability, and helps manage symptoms associated with PTSD, depression, and anxiety. 


This Breathe Work/Mindfulness Meditation Class is held in the Salted Therapy Room with David every other Wednesday at 6PM $45  

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