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Salt Halotherapy

Relaxation

Like sitting in a sauna, without the excessive heat

Recovery

A completely natural way to achieve general wellness
30 Minutes

Comfort

Not too hot, not too cold. It's really no sweat

An Ancient Wonder

Better skin, a more youthful exuberance, improved respiratory function. Can salt really make it all possible? Yes. Dry salt therapy, now known as Halotherapy, is an express treatment in a ‘Halo Booth’ with micronized 99.9% sodium chloride released into the air. It gets faster, quicker, more concentrated results vs sitting in a salt room. An active room uses a halogenerator that grinds up various salt particles and releases the salt aerosol into a closed environment, much like a sauna. A passive room mimics the salt caves of old, surrounding the patient in a room that promotes general wellness with each breath.

"I love this place and would get a massage every week if I could."

- Jillian Jennings

Halotherapy Pricing

5 Halotherapy Package

Spread the benefits!
$ 70
  • All Halotherapy Last 15 Minutes
  • Improve Skin Conditions
  • Help Respiratory Issues
  • Detox Naturally
  • Private 6' x 7' Space

'Dry' Salt Room

A new take on old healing
$ 15/15 min
  • All Halotherapy Last 15 Minutes
  • Improve Skin Conditions
  • Help Respiratory Issues
  • Detox Naturally
  • Private 6' x 7' Space

10 Halotherapy Package

Spread the benefits!
$ 135
  • Halotherapy Sessions are Shareable
  • All Halotherapy Last 15 Minutes
  • Improve Skin Conditions
  • Help Respiratory Issues
  • Detox Naturally
  • Private 6' x 7' Space

Halotherapy Membership

Proactive approach to respiratory health
$ 45/mo
  • Includes (4) 15 minute sessions/mo
  • $45 Recurring Monthly Payments
  • Improve Skin Conditions
  • Help Respiratory Issues
  • Detox Naturally
  • Private 6' x 7' Space
  • 3-Month Commitment

Testimonials

Our diverse therapies are beloved by many who choose a path of self-care. 

"I had a great experience here getting a facial. Megan explained all the products to me and offered suggestions on what would work best for my skin. They were super friendly and made us feel very comfortable. Would definitely recommend."
Alina Pasternak
"My husband and I really like this place for couples massages. Every time we’ve gone we come back feeling refreshed and relaxed. The staff is very professional and accommodating. I’ve gotten a prenatal massage there before and they made sure I was comfortable the whole time. We are looking forward to going again soon for an anniversary massage!"
Lindsey Albrecht
"First time there and I was extremely impressed with the service and the expertise. Shawn was wonderful and extremely knowledgeable in his advice he gave me. I will definitely be returning and referring to all I know."
Jessica DiPiazza

What to Expect

Health Questionnaire

For the best experience, we need to know your exact areas of concern and expectations. Halotherapy is a recovery option meant for general wellness and detoxification.

Relaxation

Think of Halotherapy as a dry sauna, without the excessive heat. You'll have your own 6' x 7' space void of both moisture and humidity to simulate natural salt caves.

Frequently Asked Questions

According to the Salt Therapy Association, “Halotherapy is a Dry Salt Therapy that utilizes a halogenerator to grind and crush 99.99% Pure Grade Sodium Chloride (salt) into micronized particles that are dispersed into a salt room, salt cave, or salt chamber via a dry salt aerosol that works to aid respiratory concerns and skin conditions.”

For more information, please visit the Research Articles page of the Salt Therapy Association website.

Dry pharmaceutical grade salt is heated and then it is ground and crushed into very tiny microparticles in a machine called a halogenerator. These dry aerosol microparticles of salt are then dispersed into our SALT Booth® during a typical session. As the person relaxes, the microparticles are inhaled. The particles penetrate deep into the lungs, bronchi, bronchioles, and alveoli. Bacteria and pollutants are dissolved as salt enters the lungs and respiratory system by eliminating mucous and opening constricted airways.

For more information, please visit the Research Articles page of the Salt Therapy Association website.

According to the Salt Therapy Association, salt therapy is safe*.  It is a 100% drug-free, non-invasive, comfortable treatment. The only people who should avoid salt therapy are those with severe chronic respiratory issues and those with open wounds and sores. It is advisable that people going into a salt chamber remove all personal jewelry, glasses and other belongings since salt can be corrosive to exposed metal.

For more information, please visit the Research Articles page of the Salt Therapy Association website.

*As with any type of treatment, results may vary. We always encourage our clients to have their customers consult their local physician with regard to salt therapy.

Yes, salt therapy is safe for children. It is a highly recommended natural treatment. There are no potentially harmful side effects. The treatment is suitable for children of any age (as young as 1-month-old). Interestingly, children respond to the therapy more quickly than do adults.

Who should not use Halo Therapy?
According to the Salt Therapy Association, halotherapy is recognized as a safe and effective wellness practice for preventive and restorative health care. It is not a medical treatment and does not offer a cure! Halotherapy is not recommended for people with contagious diseases, fever, open wounds, cancer, severe hypertension, mental disorders, and active tuberculosis. Pregnant women should consult with their doctor before using halotherapy. Anyone with serious health concerns needs to seek proper medical advice and care.

According to the Salt Therapy Association, halotherapy is recognized as a safe and effective wellness practice for preventive and restorative health care. It is not a medical treatment and does not offer a cure! Halotherapy is not recommended for people with contagious diseases, fever, open wounds, cancer, severe hypertension, mental disorders, and active tuberculosis. Pregnant women should consult with their doctor before using halotherapy. Anyone with serious health concerns needs to seek proper medical advice and care.

Some people are concerned about the intake of salt because of issues relating to diet, high blood pressure, and hypertension which is connected to the digestive tract.  Our dry salt therapy is different since it associated with the respiratory system. When inhaled, the amount of micro salt particles entering the respiratory system is extremely low, so it doesn’t present any risk to your health. It actually kills bacteria, reduces inflammation, and expands airway

With regard to salt therapy, side effects are infrequent. Some people might experience a mild tickle in the throat or an increase in coughing due to an excess mucus buildup. This is an indication the therapy is WORKING, Yay! Other effects might be a slight skin irritation for those with hypersensitive skin.

Salt therapy has provided benefits for those with the following conditions:

  • Allergies
  • Emphysema
  • Asthma
  • Psoriasis
  • Bronchitis
  • Pneumonia
  • Bronchial Infections
  • Rhinitis
  • Chronic ENT illnesses
  • Sinus Infections

Salt rooms are designed to provide dry salt therapy in a man-made environment that can vary by size, design, and function. A salt cave is a type of style and décor of a salt room that often resembles a cave-like environment. There are basically two types of salt rooms—passive and active.

Passive salt rooms provide an environment using various salt elements and décor, along with the right temperature, humidity, and climate conditions. This is done to mimic the look and feel of salt caves and mines, which can provide a therapeutic effect known as Speleotherapy. These facilities often do not utilize any equipment (halogenerator) to disperse salt into the air. Sessions are typically scheduled and start at specific times for approximately 45 minutes.

Active (the type here at Salus) salt rooms provide a much more effective salt therapy environment utilizing a halogenerator to grind salt into micron-sized particles that are then dispersed into the air. The décor and style of the room can vary from a simple children’s theme to a more spa-like environment and from a more clinical look to an elaborate cave-like room.

Most salt rooms are set-up to have several people at once sitting and relaxing in the room at a time. We have a Private, Active Salt Booth in a private room with a halogenerator that gives a quicker, faster more effective way of utilizing the salt. This speedy and beneficial treatment is 15 minutes in length.

All salts are not created equal! There are a variety of types of salts being used in salt rooms including Dead Sea, Mediterranean, Himalayan, Regular Sea Salt, different blends, and pharmaceutical grade salt. Salt is used as décor and salt is used in halogenerators.
Dead sea salt, Mediterranean salts, salt blends, etc… often have trace elements and various mineral content. Depending on the region where the salt is cultivated, there could also be some moisture, clay, and dirt particles that when crushed and ground, could harm the components inside the halogenerator. Likewise, people who have certain respiratory issues could have some adverse effect or reactions to some salts.
All of the validated clinical studies and scientific research for halotherapy involve using pharmaceutical grade salt in the halogenerator. Therefore, S.A.L.T. Chamber, Inc. highly recommends only using pharmaceutical salt for our halogenerators. We use 99.99% pure Sodium Chloride (salt) in our Salt Booth for Halo Therapy Treatments. Totally natural and safe.
The salt on walls and floors do not inherently provide any therapeutic value, except that Himalayan salt in its natural form as bricks or panels, does provide some electrolyzed ions that add to the therapeutic benefit of the treatments.

Yes. Lots. According to the Salt Therapy Association, there is substantial research that has been conducted in many places including hospitals, clinics, research laboratories, and medical centers around the world. Most notably, the majority of research has been conducted where salt therapy has been utilized and where the products are developed, such as Estonia, Russia, Finland, Hungary, Romania, Germany, Austria, and Poland. Today, there are current studies occurring in the United States, as well as other places, to further validate the science behind this type of therapy.

For more information, please visit the Research Articles page of the Salt Therapy Association website.

Questions?