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Strong & Steady Flow Yoga – part of the Halotherapy Yoga Series at Adirondack Salt Cave

This class will be held every Wednesday beginning February 20th ~ 60 minute session begins at 8am – Register Now!!

Led by Michaela Martin of Hot Yoga Queensbury, this class will blend the benefits of Flow Yoga with halotherapy and is suitable for all levels.
Michaela Martin will lead this class which falls somewhere between the styles of hatha and vinyasa yoga, this class blends together the stillness of long holds and the fluidity of breath linked with movement to find a balance of strength and grace. This grounding practice emphasizes using long, slow breaths to link movements together in an unrushed way that asks us to tap into our strength, patience and perseverance. Longer holds are sprinkled throughout the sequence to give space to linger in the stillness. We may also integrate modalities such as myofascial release, pranayama and meditation within the sequence to aid in meeting the intended focus of the class. This class will bring a deeper sense of body awareness, build strength and functional mobility.
Halotherapy keeps the lungs and the skin clean, boosts oxygen circulation, energizes the whole body and enhances mental alertness. Clean and clear airways allow more efficient oxygen distribution and increases the elimination of the CO2 from the body.
This class will be held at Adirondack Salt Cave, 11 Broad Street Glens Falls NY.
Space is very limited, please sign up early. $25 for 60 min session. $5 discount for Members of Adirondack Salt Cave or Hot Yoga Queensbury.
Hot Yoga Queensbury members, please call or stop in to reserve your spot for this first session so we can set you up with our Affiliate Membership.
Please bring you own mat and props.

About Michaela Martin

Michaela has been teaching yoga since 2012, when she complete her 200-hour Bhakti Vinyasa Yoga certification with Gopi Kinnicut. Practicing yoga brought a new awareness into whole body health and wellness that resulted in Michaela going on to earn her degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Bastyr University in 2016. While studying the human body in the context of food and nutrition, Michaela’s interest in anatomy, physiology and movement deepened. This new fascination led her to deepen her studies surrounding anatomy in relation to yoga and ultimately pursue her 500-hour Yoga Medicine certification under the teachings of Tiffany Cruikshank. She has completed several modules of the Yoga Medicine training and is enjoying learning the deeper, more therapeutic aspects of yoga. Michaela uses her knowledge of the human body to create unique and well rounded classes that focus on functional movement and injury prevention.

Register Now for February 20th!!

Yin Yoga – part of the Halotherapy Yoga Series at Adirondack Salt Cave

Sunday, February 24th ~ 75 minute session begins at 11am – Register Now!!

Led by Michaela Martin of Hot Yoga Queensbury, this workshop will blend the benefits of Yin Yoga with halotherapy and is suitable for all levels.
In this workshop where we will turn to our yin practice with a class intentionally sequenced to stimulate the water meridians in order to replenish energy and bring balance into the body. Yin Yoga is a practice of long held poses with relaxed muscles aimed at accessing the connective tissues and joints.
All postures are done on the floor with the help of props to support the body. All Props will be provided.
Halotherapy is an exposure to dry salt where the micro sized particles are being inhaled while the large salt particles are spread on the top of the skin. Since dry salt is antibacterial and super absorbent it actively kills bacteria and reduces the inflammation in the respiratory system and widens the airways for better breathing. Halotherapy keeps the lungs and the skin clean, boosts oxygen circulation, energizes the whole body and enhances mental alertness. Clean and clear airways allow more efficient oxygen distribution and increases the elimination of the CO2 from the body. The result is having more vitality and energy while being relaxed and having an increased ability to focus on daily tasks.
The winter season represents the most yin aspects of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), defined by qualities such as cold, dark, damp and quiet. According to TCM each season is connected to a specific element and has its own set of characteristics. Winter is correlated with the water element, known for being introspective, adaptable, quiet and reflective. This element is also a source of vitality and longevity due to its ability to nourish all the other elements. In this workshop we will turn to our yin practice with a class intentionally sequenced to stimulate the water meridians in order to replenish energy and bring balance into the body. The water element is also deeply connected to our will – our capacity to make fundamental decisions, move forward to see things through, making it the perfect element to nurture as we enter the start of the new year. Class will close with a brief meditation before a restful savasana. Leave feeling a renewed sense of purpose and connection to yourself.

About Michaela Martin

Michaela has been teaching yoga since 2012, when she complete her 200-hour Bhakti Vinyasa Yoga certification with Gopi Kinnicut. Practicing yoga brought a new awareness into whole body health and wellness that resulted in Michaela going on to earn her degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Bastyr University in 2016. While studying the human body in the context of food and nutrition, Michaela’s interest in anatomy, physiology and movement deepened. This new fascination led her to deepen her studies surrounding anatomy in relation to yoga and ultimately pursue her 500-hour Yoga Medicine certification under the teachings of Tiffany Cruikshank. She has completed several modules of the Yoga Medicine training and is enjoying learning the deeper, more therapeutic aspects of yoga. Michaela uses her knowledge of the human body to create unique and well rounded classes that focus on functional movement and injury prevention.

This class will be held at Adirondack Salt Cave, 11 Broad Street Glens Falls NY.

Space is very limited, please sign up early. $45 for 75 min session. $5 early bird discount if you sign up at least 2 weeks early.

Register Now for February 24th!!

Gentle Yoga – part of the Halotherapy Yoga Series at Adirondack Salt Cave

Sunday, February 24th ~ 60 minute session begins at 9am – Register Now!!

Sunday, March 24th ~ 60 minute session begins at 9am – Register Now!!

Led by Robin Weber of Hot Yoga Queensbury,  this class will be a series of seated and standing yoga poses designed to increase flexibility, balance, concentration and range of movement for all students and abilities. It works all body parts and includes deep breathing and relaxation techniques. Practiced at room temperature. It is a safe, gentle and extremely effective practice.
Gentle Halo Yoga is an easy approach to a yoga practice that is slow and steady, and incorporates yoga props to support the body to help elongate the spine, open the hips, and customize the poses to suit each student’s individual needs all in the setting of the salt cave. The class is fitting for students who are new to yoga, students who have physical limitations or are recovering from injury, students who are pregnant, or postnatal and students who want to have a less rigorous and more relaxing practice.
Combine yoga with Halotherapy and give your body an additional boost.
Halotherapy is an exposure to dry salt where the micro sized particles are being inhaled while the large salt particles are spread on the top of the skin. Since dry salt is antibacterial and super absorbent it actively kills bacteria and reduces the inflammation in the respiratory system and widens the airways for better breathing. Halotherapy keeps the lungs and the skin clean, boosts oxygen circulation, energizes the whole body and enhances mental alertness. Clean and clear airways allow more efficient oxygen distribution and increases the elimination of the CO2 from the body. The result is having more vitality and energy while being relaxed and having an increased ability to focus on daily tasks.

This class will be held at Adirondack Salt Cave, 11 Broad Street Glens Falls NY.

Space is very limited, please sign up early. $35 for 60 min session. $5 early bird discount if you sign up at least 2 weeks early.

Register Now for February 24th!!

Register Now for March 24th!!

Halo Qigong (chee-gong) with Heather Schuerlein

Sunday, February 24th ~ 60 minute session begins at 1:00pm – Register Now!!

Sunday, March 24th ~ 60 minute session begins at 1:00pm – Register Now!!

Qigong is part of a holistic system with coordinated movements, breathing and meditation. Part of the tradition of Chinese martial arts and Chinese Medicine, Qigong promotes health, spirituality and balance. It is traditionally used as a practice to cultivate one’s “Qi”. The practice involves moving meditation – a slow fluid like movement paired with deep rhythmic breathing. It cultivates peace and a calm meditative state of mind. Qigong is practiced in China for exercise, relaxation, preventive medicine and self healing. The deep rhythmic breathing of Qigong will help maximize the benefits of Halotherapy.
Join Heather Schuerlein from Adirondack Wellness Group as she leads us in developing our own Qigong practice.

This group session will be held at Adirondack Salt Cave, 11 Broad Street, Union Square Building, Glens Falls NY.

Space is very limited, please sign up early. $35 for 60 min session. $5 early bird discount if you sign up at least 2 weeks early

Register Now for February 24th!!

Register Now for March 24th!!

About Heather Schuerlein

Heather is a Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac) in the State of New York and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. She holds two Masters degrees; one in Acupuncture and the other in Oriental Medicine (MSAOM) from Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, NY. She is currently a doctoral candidate at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York, NY.
Her training encompasses acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, tui na (Chinese medical massage), Qi gong and eastern dietary therapy. She also received training in Japanese acupuncture theory and techniques.
Her well rounded experience includes but is not limited to providing care for various pain conditions, digestive and respiratory disorders, women’s health, and sports related injury. She has worked in various settings including the Seneca Falls Health Center and the Veteran’s Affairs Hospital in Canandaigua, New York.
Heather is a member of the Phi Chi Omega honor society and studied abroad at the Zhejiang Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Hangzhou, China.

Restorative Yoga – part of the Halotherapy Yoga Series at Adirondack Salt Cave

Sunday, February 24th ~ 75 minute session begins at 4pm – Register Now!!

Sunday, March 24th ~ 75 minute session begins at 4pm – Register Now!!

Hosted by Adirondack Salt Cave LLC and Hot Yoga Queensbury

This practice will blend the benefits of yoga with halotherapy and is suitable for all levels. All Props will be provided. Led by Stephanie Angelucci from Hot Yoga Queensbury, a 200 hr Yoga Alliance certified instructor and RN/BSN.

During this 75 minute class we will begin with breath-work and a gentle warmup to prep the body for a series of restorative poses and end with a supported meditation. Restorative yoga uses a series of easy, supported poses held for a long time under the right conditions (including the use of many props) to tip the balance from “fight or flight” mode into maximum relaxation.

Halotherapy is an exposure to kinetically activated dry salt where the micro sized particles are being inhaled while the large salt particles are spread on the top of the skin. Since dry salt is antibacterial and super absorbent it actively kills bacteria and reduces the inflammation in the respiratory system and widens the airways for better breathing. Halotherapy keeps the lungs and the skin clean, boosts oxygen circulation, energizes the whole body and enhances mental alertness. Clean and clear airways allow more efficient oxygen distribution and increases the elimination of the CO2 from the body. The result is having more vitality and energy while being relaxed and having an increased ability to focus on daily tasks.

This class will be held at Adirondack Salt Cave, 11 Broad Street Glens Falls NY
Space is very limited, please sign up early. $45 for 75 min session, $5 early bird discount if you sign up 2 weeks early.

Register Now for February 24th!!

Register Now for March 24th!!

Yoga Nidra – part of the Halotherapy Yoga Series at Adirondack Salt Cave

Friday, February 22nd ~ 60 minute session begins at 6:30pm – Register Now!!

Friday, March 22nd ~ 60 minute session begins at 6:30pm – Register Now!!

Led by Jamie Lemnotis, the session begins with very gentle yoga stretches on the mat, pranayama ~ breath work to prepare the body to incorporate the benefits of Halotherapy (dry salt therapy), and meditation practice.
As you lie on the mat you will be guided through a deeply restful meditation, cultivating well-being on multiple levels.
These sessions are a combination of Yoga Nidra and Halotherapy.

This class will be held at Adirondack Salt Cave, 11 Broad Street, Union Square Building, Glens Falls NY.

Space is very limited, please sign up early. $35 for 60 min session. $5 early bird discount if you sign up at least 2 weeks early

Register Now for February 22nd!!

Register Now for March 22nd!!

About Jamie Lemnotis

With a soft introspective nature, her classes weave story, music, and asana together, creating a class for the soul, body, and mind. Jamie is a certified 500 hour teacher, registered with Yoga Alliance. She completed the 200 hour training locally at Yoga Mandali in Saratoga Springs, and then traveled to India for the 300 hour training with master teacher Gopi Kinnicutt, at the Govardhan Ecovillage. Other certifications include Level I, II, and III in Radiant Child Yoga, she also attended training in “Yoga for the Special Child” with Sonia Sumar. And she continues attending workshops and trainings.
Her wish is for all to take their yoga off the mat and create a more harmonious world. Because yoga is for every-body.

Sound Bath Experience!!

Both sessions are now SOLD OUT…thank you everyone for your interest in these events!!!

Sunday, March 3rd ~ 1 hour and 15 minute sessions begin at 1pm and 3:30pm.

Book now so you don’t miss out on this amazing event!!!

Hosted by Adirondack Salt Cave LLC and Sacred Sounds, Awaken the Heart through Vibration

Join Andrea Lisette Villiere, Sound Healing Practitioner at the Adirondack Salt Cave for the Sound Bath Experience!
​Event Details:
This special event is limited to 11 people for each session! Immerse yourself in the sacred vibrations of the gong, Tibetan and quartz crystal singing bowls while you lie in zero gravity chairs in the healing space of Adirondack Salt Cave.
Dress warm and comfortably! You will be lying in zero gravity chairs in the salt cave for an hour and fifteen minutes. A blanket and bottled water will be provided for you!

Pre-Registration and Pre-Payment is necessary to save your spot! (This special event is limited to 11 people)

Cost – $60 per person

To Register, call Andrea (518) 304-3763

andreavilliere@icloud.com

Payment options:
1. Via PayPal through Andrea’s website (see PayPal button below)
2. Check made out to Andrea Villiere, drop off at Adirondack Salt Cave.
3. Cash upon arrival (If you choose this payment option, you must register to save your spot, as space is limited to 11 people for this event)!

For additional information, please follow this link: Sound Bath Experience!

Let the sounds transport you on a magical journey!

Halo Acupuncture with Heather Schuerlein

Open Your Heart

Added Session!! Sunday, February 17th ~ 60 minute session begins at 3:00pm

Sold Out!! Sunday, February 17th ~ 11:00 am and 1:00 pm

This session will be an Open Your Heart / Emotional Balance session and will blend the benefits of acupuncture with Halotherapy and is suitable for anyone.

Allergy Boost

Sunday, March 17th ~ 60 minute session begins at 1:00pm

This session will be an Allergy Boost to help you get a jump on seasonal allergies and will blend the benefits of acupuncture with Halotherapy and is suitable for anyone.

Join us for community acupuncture sessions in the Salt Cave with Acupuncturist Heather Schuerlein of Adirondack Wellness Group.
These sessions will combine the benefits of acupuncture with Halotherapy and are suitable for anyone.
While you are relaxing in the zero gravity lounge chairs, Heather will make her way through the cave applying the acupuncture needles.

This group session will be held at Adirondack Salt Cave, 11 Broad Street, Union Square Building, Glens Falls NY.

Space is very limited, please sign up early. $55 for 60 min session. $5 early bird discount if you sign up at least 2 weeks early

Register Now for February 17th – 11:00 am session!!

Register Now for February 17th – 1:00 pm session!!

Register Now for February 17th – 3:00 pm session!!

Register Now for March 17th!! – 1:00pm session

About Heather Schuerlein

Heather is a Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac) in the State of New York and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. She holds two Masters degrees; one in Acupuncture and the other in Oriental Medicine (MSAOM) from Finger Lakes School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, NY. She is currently a doctoral candidate at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York, NY.
Her training encompasses acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, tui na (Chinese medical massage), Qi gong and eastern dietary therapy. She also received training in Japanese acupuncture theory and techniques.
Her well rounded experience includes but is not limited to providing care for various pain conditions, digestive and respiratory disorders, women’s health, and sports related injury. She has worked in various settings including the Seneca Falls Health Center and the Veteran’s Affairs Hospital in Canandaigua, New York.
Heather is a member of the Phi Chi Omega honor society and studied abroad at the Zhejiang Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Hangzhou, China.