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Salt Therapy (Halotherapy)

What is salt therapy?

Active salt therapy is a natural approach to addressing many respiratory ailments and skin conditions, such as, asthma, sinusitis, eczema, and psoriasis. A special piece of equipment known as a halogenerator grinds and crushes pure sodium chloride into micro-sized particles that are dispersed into the air. The room will then be filled with a fine mist of salt to begin your journey of complete wellness and relaxation.

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Primary Characteristics of Salt:

  • Super Absorbent

  • Anti-bacterial

  • Anti-inflammatory


  • Reduces bronchial inflammation

  • Decreases airborne pollen particles from airways

  • Strengthens immune system to help decrease allergic reaction to pollens

  • Cleans and sanitizes the airways

  • Prevents and treats the common cold and flu

  • Improves skin conditions such as acne, dermatitis, and psoriasis

  • Reduces snoring

  • Promotes healthier sleep

Treatment Session Information

What to Expect

Our salt therapy room is a tranquil space for you to enjoy and breathe in the salt-infused air. Each Session is 45 minutes in length. 


Example of salt therapy room. 

Scientific Research (Looking for more scientific evidence? Search on PubMed)

Halotherapy as asthma treatment in children: A randomized, controlled, prospective pilot study. Pediatr Pulmonol. 2017 May; 52(5):580-587. Bar-Yoseph RKugelman NLivnat GGur MHakim FNir VBentur L.


A review of halotherapy for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Int J Chron Obstruct Pulmon Dis. 2014 Feb 21; 9:239-46. Rashleigh RSmith SMRoberts NJ.


Efficiency of controlled halotherapy in rehabilitation of patients with occupational lung diseases. Med Tr Prom Ekol. 2016; (11):38-40. Chervinskaya AVKotenko KV.


Salt caves as simulation of natural environment and significance of halotherapy. Ann Agric Environ Med. 2014; 21(1):124-7. Zajac JBojar IHelbin JKolarzyk EOwoc A.


Efficacy of Halotherapy for Improvement of Pulmonary function Tests and Quality of Life of Non-Cystic Fibrosis Bronchiectatic Patients. Tanaffos. 2013; 12(2):22-7. Rabbani BMakki SSNajafizadeh KVishteh HRShafaghi SKarimi S3, Mahmoodian S.


Halotherapy for treatment of respiratory diseases. J Aerosol Med. 1995 Fall; 8(3):221-32.

Chervinskaya AVZilber NA.

Restful Intentions

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