Come experience our 'Halotherapy Himalayan Salt Room'

and see what Europe has known about for decades.



Salt room therapy aka dry salt therapy and halotherapy involves spending time in a room with a microclimate that has micronized salt particles in the air. These tiny salt particles are breathed in and land on your skin providing a variety of health benefits. 

Salt rooms can take on a variety of forms from being lined with natural Himalayan salt bricks, lined with salt panels, or even salt solutions sprayed on walls. Some Salt rooms are actually made to look like natural salt caves. However the room is decorated, the important thing is that these tiny salt particles are dispersed into the air using a special 'halogenerator'.





Halotherapy began in the early 1800's in Europe when a doctor noticed that the people working the salt mines rarely had any respiratory issues and also appeared to have younger looking skin. After this discovery, the first modern salt health spa in a salt mine was opened in Poland in 1839.

What type of respiratory conditions can be helped with Halotherapy?

Halotherapy benefits adults and children as well as pets. It's natural and safe with no side effects. Using Halotherapy on a regular basis has been shown to help conditions such as:

 - Asthma     -chronic bronchitis     -coughs and colds     -emphysema

 - sinus infections/sinusitis     -COPD     -cystic fibrosis     -allergies/hay fever

 - ear infections      - snoring problems


In addition to helping with respiratory conditions, Dry salt therapy has been shown to be beneficial for skin issues such as acne, psoriasis, and eczema.

One added benefit of this amazing natural therapy is that is also helps reduce stress, anxiety and fatigue.

Grab some friends and share this amazing therapy with them!

Disclaimer: Although there are numerous studies citing the benefits of dry salt therapy, the FDA has not evaluated these statements. This information provided is not intended for the purpose of diagnosing, treating or curing any medical disease and should not be considered a replacement for medications.

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