Experience salt therapy at Elevated

Halotherapy is a natural wellness practice that harnesses the healing power of salt to promote overall well-being.

This centuries-old technique involves immersing yourself in a salt infused cabin, where tiny particles are dispersed into the air. As you breathe, these microscopic salt particles penetrate deep into the respiratory system, helping to cleanse and detoxify the airways.

This process can alleviate respiratory issues, enhance lung function, and provide relief from conditions like allergies, asthma, and bronchitis. Additionally, Halotherapy has been known to promote skin health, reduce stress, support the immune system and improve sleep.

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Breathe easier, live better: Dive into nature's healing with halotherapy.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Salt therapy, or halotherapy, is a holistic treatment that involves breathing in microscopic salt particles in a controlled environment, such as a salt room or salt cave. The therapy is believed to have various health benefits, particularly for respiratory and skin conditions.

During a salt therapy session, a halogenerator grinds and disperses salt particles into the air. As you breathe in these particles, they travel through the respiratory system, helping to clear mucus, reduce inflammation, and improve breathing. The salt can also have antimicrobial properties, which may help in fighting infections.

Salt therapy is commonly used to alleviate symptoms of respiratory conditions like asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis, allergies, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). It is also used for skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, and acne.

The duration and frequency of salt therapy sessions can vary. Our sessions last 30  minutes. For chronic conditions, several sessions a week over a period of weeks or months may be recommended. It’s best to follow the guidance of a healthcare provider or a certified halotherapist.

During a session, you may read, meditate, or simply relax while breathing in the salt-infused air. The environment is usually calm and quiet, promoting relaxation.

Side effects are generally rare and mild. Some people might experience a slight cough, runny nose, or minor skin irritation as the body begins to clear mucus and impurities. These effects typically subside quickly.

The salt used in halotherapy is typically pure sodium chloride (NaCl) without additives or anti-caking agents found in table salt. It is often sourced from natural salt mines and is unprocessed to maintain its therapeutic properties

Many people find the relaxing environment of a salt room beneficial for reducing stress and anxiety. The calm atmosphere, combined with the potential respiratory benefits, can help promote overall well-being and relaxation.

No, salt therapy should not replace conventional medical treatments. It can be used as a complementary therapy alongside traditional treatments. Always consult with a healthcare provider before making any changes to your treatment plan.

After a salt therapy session, many people feel relaxed and calm due to the serene environment. Those with respiratory issues often notice improved breathing as the salt helps clear mucus and reduce inflammation. Some experience increased energy and overall well-being, while mild cough or runny nose is common as impurities are cleared. Skin conditions may improve, with skin feeling smoother and less irritated. Temporary thirst or dry mouth can occur, alleviated by drinking water. Minor irritations are rare and usually subside quickly.

When visiting a halotherapy salt cabin, you should wear comfortable, breathable clothing. Here are some addtional tips:
-Wear loose, comfortable clothes like yoga pants, shorts, or a t-shirt.
-If you prefer, you can wear a swimsuit, especially if you plan to use the salt cabin in conjunction with our infrared sauna.
-Wearing socks or going barefoot is common. No shoes are allowed in the Salt Cabin.
-Remove jewelry and avoid wearing any heavy accessories.
-It’s best to have clean skin free of makeup, lotions, or perfumes to get the most benefit from the salt therapy.