Making the Most of your Halotherapy Experience

close-up of bricks in halotherapy salt chamber

General Guidelines

Please arrive ten minutes prior to the start of your halotherapy session.

Arrive odor free—no perfumes, lotions, smoke, or fragrance producing products.

No food, drinks, or cell phons are permitted in the Salt Room or Salt Chamber.

We have lockable cabinets that you may use to lock away your phone, purse, wallet, etc. during your session.

What to wear?

  • Light comfortable clothing that you can relax in.  Salt therapy is great for the skin, you may want to wear a short sleeve shirt or shorts for more skin exposure.  For those using the Private Salt Chamber, you may wear a bathing suit if you like.  Please arrive fully clothed and then you may change in the bathroom before entering the Salt Chamber or you may change inside the chamber.  Robes are provided.  

**Please note that the Salt Chamber & the Community Salt Room are NOT heated to a “hot” sauna-like temperature.  Both rooms average around 68 – 70 degrees F.  The bench in the Salt Chamber is heated and the floor of the Community Salt Room is heated.  

Relax & Enjoy! 

What to Expect During/After your Session: 

Keep in mind that possible side effects of Halotherapy (Dry Salt Therapy) may include:  

  • Dry or itchy throat 
  • Nasal drip  
  • Increased coughing at the beginning 

This is a natural part of the cleaning process of the respiratory system, during which the pollution, accumulated over time and now loosened up by the salt, is expelled from even the deepest regions of the lungs. Such side effects should cease with the removal of pollution and pathogens. 

Tissues are available in the Halotherapy room.  

Skin irritation and dermal sensitivity may occur. In such cases, decrease the frequency of sessions.

For more health information, please visit our About Salt page or the Salt Therapy Association.

For general respiratory hygiene: 1-2 halotherapy sessions/week can enhance the lung capacity, boost the immune system, reduce stress, and aid better sleep. 

More chronic and acute respiratory conditions require increased frequency and consistency of the sessions: 2-4 sessions/week for 2-3 weeks and then 1-2 sessions for 4-6 weeks can help to manage the symptoms and provide relief over time.

Our Cancellation Policy:

We ask that you please reschedule or cancel at least 24 hours before the beginning of your salt session or you may be charged a cancellation fee of 100% the price of your scheduled session.