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Did Someone Say Pass the Salt? How about a whole Room full of Salt Therapy.

Updated: Aug 13, 2019




It’s a real thing!

Known as Salt Room Therapy

Having a Boutique Fitness Studio I wanted to add another element to my business. Like let’s say a Full Day Spa! Two things I absolutely love! Fitness and spa! Do what you love and surround yourself with things you love leads to a happy fulfilled life. Great energy can not go wrong! Fits perfect with the direction I want to go.



I needed something different and extremely beneficial to health! After research I came up with Salt Room Therapy!


10 minutes in a Salt Room is beneficial to 24 hours at the ocean breathing in salt air. After experiencing one of the best I completely was SOLD!




Here are a few benefits from Salt Therapy.

1. Respiratory Ailments

The theory behind dry salt therapy and its ability to improve respiratory problems is that the salt helps to decrease inflammation and open up airway passages while helping to get rid of allergens and toxins from the respiratory system.

relief from several respiratory health conditions:

Asthma

bronchitis

Common Cold

COPD

Cystic Fibrosis

infections

sinusitis

Smokers cough

Improvements in lung function and decreases in blood pressure.

Safe and effective form of treatment for infants with bronchiolitis, a common lung infection in young children and infants.


2. Skin Conditions

salt therapy helps people with various skin conditions: 

Acne

aging dermatitis

dry

flaky skin

eczema

itching

psoriasis

rashes

swollen/inflamed skin


3. Immune System Booster


4. Reduce Inflammation

reduces inflammation, which is huge since we know that inflammation

is the root of most diseases.






Salt Caves!

Salt caves are also called salt rooms or salt chambers. How does a salt room work? Dry salt room therapy is spending time relaxing in a man-made environment breathing in salt-infused air.  The dry salt therapy can be in an active or a passive salt room. The active room uses a halogenerator to put micro-particles of salt into the air so that you can then breathe it in and that your skin can come in contact with the salt. This variety of dry salt therapy is called halotherapy.

Passive salt rooms (speleotherapy) are also man-made, but instead of using a halogenerator to put salt into the environment, they fill the space with large quantities of salt. The idea is to simulate natural salt caves found in Europe.


So it’s easy for me to say I love spending time In the Salt cave! It pulls the toxins out of your body. It’s a perfect way to meditate! Great way to center your being! I highly suggest a heated Salt Room sauna or therapy!



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