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For the safety, comfort and wellbeing of yourself and other clients, please follow the policy listed below: 

  • Salt therapy session requires prior appointment.

  • Dress in simple normal street clothes.

  • Please refrain from wearing perfume or scented cosmetics in the salt room

  • Parents or guardians are responsible for their children at all times.

  • Arrive 15 minutes early on your first visit for a brief orientation.

  • All subsequent visits arrive 5-10 minutes early.

  • Late comers will be booked in the next available session.

  • Leave coats, shoes and boots outside the halo room

  • Foot covers are provided

  • Please use the restroom, wash your hands, and/or your child’s hands prior to your session.

  • No food or drinks, including water, are allowed in the salt room.

  • No mobile phones in the salt room. Exceptions can be made for special cases.

  • Please keep voices down when in the salt room.

  • We will supply blankets or bring one. The treatment room temperature may be cooler.

  • Plan to remain in the salt room for your entire session to not disturb others in the room.

  • Please do not throw salt or touch the walls.

  • Salt Therapy is not recommended for active smokers.

Salt Therapy Should be Avoided Unless Physician approved if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Cancer

  • TB

  • Acute Stage Respiratory Disease

  • 3rd Stage Chronic Lung Insufficiency

  • Bleeding/coughing blood

  • Cirrhosis

  • Hyperthyroidism

  • Kidney Disease

  • Intoxication

  • Infection with a fever

  • Severe heart condition

Possible Side Effects Recommendations and Solutions

  1. Dry throat and increased coughing in the beginning
    This is a natural part of the cleaning process of the respiratory system, during which the pollution, accumulated through a long time, and now loosened up by salt, are expelled from even the deepest regions of the lungs. Such side effects should cease with the removal of pollution and pathogens.

  2. Skin irritation and increased dermal sensitivity may also occur
    Decrease the frequency of therapy sessions

  3. Thirst and slight irritation to the eyes
    After and prior use of the salt rooms, consume sufficient liquids to prevent dehydration.
    Recommendation: Please take five (5) minutes prior to leaving the premises to consume sufficient liquids to prevent dehydration, lightheadedness before operating a motor vehicle.
    Halotherapy is not recommended in the following cases:
    Tuberculosis, Fever, Acute inflammatory diseases, Contagious condition, Severe heart disorders.


Although, halotherapy is considered as a supplemental and/or elective treatment, the use of the salt room is not intended to substitute for medical care or treatment. Do not stop your medication without first consulting with your doctor. The salt therapy does NOT substitute any conventional medication. The information contained herein is not intended to cover all possible uses, directions, precautions, warnings, drug interactions, allergic reactions, or adverse effects. If you have questions about Halotherapy check with your doctor before proceeding.

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