San Francisco Airport reopens Yoga Rooms for passengers
San Francisco International Airport has reopened its Yoga Rooms, in both Terminal 2 and 3, to passengers after two years of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Credit: San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) has announced the reopening of its Yoga Rooms, which have been closed for the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. SFO has Yoga Rooms in two post-security locations, in Terminal 2 and Terminal 3. Both facilities are open during passenger hours for free, self-guided use. Common-use yoga mats are available for free in the space and will be disinfected regularly.
SFO opened the world’s first airport Yoga Room in January 2012 in Terminal 2, in an effort to make air travel less stressful and more enjoyable. Drawing inspiration from contemporary colour and light artists, the architects designed a room enveloped in a calming blue colour. A floating wall symbolises a buoyant spirit and enlightened mind. Light levels are set low and warm in juxtaposition to the bright, light-filled concourse.
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