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Halotherapy (Salt Room)

Halotherapy, also known as salt therapy, is a natural and holistic wellness practice that involves exposure to a controlled environment infused with dry salt particles. Typically conducted in a specially designed room known as a salt room or salt cave, halotherapy aims to promote respiratory and skin health.

CORE Service

Treatment Time: 30 minutes


What to Expect

Individuals relax in the salt room while inhaling air infused with microscopic salt particles. The salt used is pharmaceutical grade and is dispersed into the air by a specialized device called a halogenerator. No special attire is needed, bit if using the Salt Room for skin benefits, the affected area should be left exposed.

NOTE: Because the salt is ground down to microscopic particles, you may or may not see, smell or taste the salt during the session. Rest assured that you are still receiving the benefits of the treatment as the salt filled air comes in contact with your skin and respiratory pathways.

Conditions Treated

  • Asthma

  • Allergies

  • Bronchitis

  • Eczema

  • Psoriasis

Potential Benefits

Respiratory Health: Halotherapy is thought to help alleviate respiratory conditions such as asthma, bronchitis, and allergies by promoting better lung function and reducing inflammation.

Skin Conditions: The salt particles may have a positive impact on various skin conditions, including eczema and psoriasis. The anti-inflammatory properties of salt may contribute to skin improvement.

Relaxation and Stress Reduction: The serene environment of a salt room, often designed with calming aesthetics, provides a tranquil setting for relaxation, stress reduction, and overall well-being.

Improved Breathing: The salt particles inhaled during a session may help clear mucus, reduce congestion, and improve overall respiratory function.

How Often?

  • Respiratory Conditions (Asthma/Bronchitis):
    2-3x/week while symptoms are acute, then reduce to 1-2x/week for maintenance as needed

  • Allergies: 1-2x/week during peak allergy season; otherwise, 1x/month for maintaining respiratory health

  • Skin Conditions (Eczema/Psoriasis): 2-3x/week until symptoms improve, then as needed for maintenance

  • Stress Reduction/General Well-being: 1-2x/month as needed

  • Illness Prevention: as needed at the first signs of the onset of the common cold or impending respiratory illness

If you’d like more information about Salt Room, get in touch today.

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