This is a group setting, There can be up to 8 people in
What time should I arrive for my Salt Room Session?
It is highly recommended that you arrive ten to fifteen minutes prior to your scheduled appointment. This will give you time to fill out paperwork as well as visit the restroom, in order to ensure an uninterrupted session in the Salt Room.
What is The Salt Room's Cancellation Policy?
If possible, please provide a 24-hour notice if you must cancel a session.
No Call No Show is Subject to a Cancellation Fee
What should I wear during the session?
Wear comfortable clothing to ensure a relaxing session. The Salt Room maintains a temperature of 68-70 degrees with low humidity. We provide foot covers that are required to be worn.
Are drinks or food allowed during the Salt Room session?
No food or water is permitted in the Salt Room. If there is a medical condition that demands the use of water during the session, accommodations can be made. We provide water before and/or after each session and highly encourage everyone to increase their water intake for 24 hours after each session.
What do I do during the Salt Room session?
The Salt Room was designed to help you leave your worries behind with the aid of soft back lighting from the Himalayan Salt, peaceful music, and comfortable Zero Gravity lounge chairs with fresh blankets provided. We encourage this quiet time to be used for relaxation or meditation. This will ensure a quality experience for all in attendance. Electronics are discouraged in the Room.
How long are the Salt/Halotherapy sessions?
All sessions are 45 minutes long and begin on the hour every hour.
What can I expect during the Salt/Halotherapy session?
A dry throat is sometimes experienced; this is a normal effect of the halogenerator. These microscopic pharmaceutical salt particles serve to break up mucus and have anti-inflammatory properties.
What will happen if I arrive late to my scheduled session?
*All sessions are 45 minutes long and begin every hour on the hour.
Arriving 10-15 prior to your session is imperative, as once the session has begun, out of respect for those already enjoying the effects, we do not interrupt the session that has started. If you cannot arrive on time, we will need to reschedule for the next available opening.
What is Salt/Halotherapy?
Salt Therapy, also known as Halotherapy (Greek: Halos – salt; therapy – treatment) originated in salt Rooms and mines. Salt therapy has been used for centuries and recently more and more studies have been done to better understand how it works.
How does Salt/Halotherapy work?
Aside from the already rich Himalayan Salt, which is the only salt to boast the 84 elements our body consists of, a salt generator also pumps a pharmaceutical grade salt comprised of 99.8% NaCl (Sodium Chloride) into microscopic dry aerosol particles that are inhaled. This salt has anti-inflammatory properties which open the airways and reduce or eliminate mucus from the lungs.
Salt/Halotherapy is based on salt's natural anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory properties and the negative ions it produces. The rich negative ion effect can be felt in nature in places like the ocean. Our climate of negative ions and abundant minerals and elements packs the benefits of three days at the ocean into a 45 minute session. In this day and age we are exposed to a barrage of electromagnetic fields that produce positive ions such as from TV's, cell phones, computers, power lines, appliances, etc. Himalayan salt’s natural production of negative ions benefits the whole body system and combats the effects of positive ions from our environment.
Who can benefit from Salt/Halotherapy?
Anyone can benefit thanks to Salt/Halotherapy’s mood and immune enhancing effects. More specifically, Salt/Halotherapy can be a great benefit to those who suffer from the following conditions: Allergies, Asthma, Acne, Immune System Deficiencies, Respiratory Conditions, Bronchitis, Cystic Fibrosis, Cold and Flu, Cough, Infections, Eczema, Emphysema, Nasal Congestion, Psoriasis, Sinus Infections, Snoring, Sore Throat (in addition to many others).
Please do NOT come for a treatment during any active stage of any contagious disease. We highly recommend that you consult with your doctor or physician if you have any concerns before starting salt treatments. People not advised to do salt therapy are those experiencing:
How often should I do Salt/Halotherapy?
As everybody responds differently to Salt/Halotherapy, you will need to gauge this based upon your personal experience. Some people will come multiple times per week while others will come once per week.