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.
Primary Characteristics of Salt:
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
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.
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