How does salt therapy work?

Dry pharmaceutical grade salt is heated and then ground into very tiny micro-particles in a machine called a halogenerator. These dry micro-particles of salt are then blown into the air of the therapy room. During the 45 minute adult relaxation session & the 45 minute youth playroom session, the particles penetrate deep into the lungs, bronchi, bronchioles and alveoli. Bacteria and pollutants are dissolved as salt enters the lungs and respiratory system, eliminating mucous and opening constricted airways.

How do I receive the treatment?
In our Adult Salt Therapy Relaxation Room, you will unwind in one of our lovely reclining, leather chairs while breathing in the salt air. This room has a salt feature “wow” wall and healing music. You are welcome to meditate, focus on your breath, or even nap. The negative ion environment will help melt away your stress, and you will leave the session feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. Our Adult Salt Therapy Relaxation Room is for those 16 years to 116! The whimsical ocean-themed youth room is equipped with toys, books, and a fun “play box” filled with Pink Himalayan Salt where the children may actively play while receiving the treatment. Our Adult Salt Therapy Relaxation Room is an electronics-free zone. Electronic devices are allowed in Youth Salt Therapy Playroom however we are not responsible for any loss or damage.

How many people are in the treatment room?
The Adult Relaxation Room has 10 chairs. Our Youth Salt Therapy Playroom has room for 10 children. Young children must be supervised by an accompanying adult in the Youth Salt Therapy Playroom. We will offer supervised youth sessions ONLY during the morning yoga classes. What should I wear to salt therapy?
Wear comfortable clothes to salt therapy, so you can kick back and truly enjoy a relaxing environment. Shoes are not permitted in the treatment rooms, so please bring clean socks.

Should salt therapy ever be avoided?
Salt therapy is not recommended for people with the following conditions:

    Cancer or suspicion of cancer
  1. Fevers
  2. Infectious Diseases
  3. Severe hypertension
  4. Tuberculosis