Sauna heads to Folsom just in time for winter 2023.
Asha Urban Baths, a sauna founded in Sacramento In November 2016, Scott’s Seafood expanded to Folsom at 9611 Greenback Ln., according to Asha’s owner Cori Martinez.
The location is owned by Niki Thomas, and the project is expected to be completed by December, Martinez said.
“For $35 you can use the public bath,” Martinez said in an email. “Think hot springs brought indoors at a realistic and affordable day spa. There is space for you to visit
The facility also includes the Salt Lounge and Sound Immersion Experience.
Salt Lounge invites up to 6 guests for 45 minutes of salt-pumped air in a room with two solid walls of Himalayan salt brick, oversized beanbag chairs, weighted blankets and eye pillows can experience According to the company’s website.
Trying to immerse yourself in sound, vibrations help you relax Thirty-three minutes of silence was followed by 12 minutes of silence to “feel the effects,” the website said.
“We don’t actually sell or trade beyond our normal pricing,” Martinez said in an email. “Our goal is always to be affordable, so our prices are always as low as possible.”
Martinez’s location at 2417 27th St. began as an extension of her yoga studio, which opened in 2010. She then sold her yoga studio and expanded the bathhouse to twice her size, she said.
The expansion was completed on the day Asha was closed for almost a year due to COVID-19.
While the store was closed, Martinez said he developed a franchise package to help people open their own version of Asha. Last month, she signed a deal to help open her first partner location, Folsom.
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