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  • Hot and cold comfort at new Sacramento bathhouse

    Asha Urban Baths, which celebrated its grand opening Saturday, Jan. 7, aims to balance serenity and community in a Japanese-style group bath house. While day spas dot the region, the new business is one of few public bath houses in the area. Much like yoga, alternating between hot and cold environments promises to relieve stress and promote health.

Asha Urban Baths, which celebrated its grand opening Saturday, Jan. 7, aims to balance serenity and community in a Japanese-style group bath house. While day spas dot the region, the new business is one of few public bath houses in the area. Much like yoga, alternating between hot and cold environments promises to relieve stress and promote health. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee
Asha Urban Baths, which celebrated its grand opening Saturday, Jan. 7, aims to balance serenity and community in a Japanese-style group bath house. While day spas dot the region, the new business is one of few public bath houses in the area. Much like yoga, alternating between hot and cold environments promises to relieve stress and promote health. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee

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