Himalayan Salt Cave ​

Halo Therapy AKA Salt Room/Himalayan Salt Cave is a DRUG FREE, noninvasive treatment that alleviates with pharmaceutical crystal salt pumped full of salt laden air. The experience is designed to mimic of the natutal salt cave occuring with electrical massage or lounge chair.
HiMALAYAN salt comtains 84 natural elements and minerals that are already found in your body. It's minerals are microscopic or ionic. Their size enables them to be easly absorbed by cells. Himalayan salt has anti-microbial, anti-fungal, and antibacterial propersties. Eastern Europe began to see it's therapeutic purposes about 200 years ago. Those with lungs problems visit salt mines for respiratory ailments. Even ancients Greeks realized the benefits of the SALT THERAPY.

Allergies, Asthma, Chronic ENT (ear,nose and throat), Colds, COPD, Cystic Fibrosis, Pulmonary Fibrosis, Sinusitis, Emphysema and Pneumonia.
Chronic Bronchitis,Chronic Sinusitis, Sleep Apnea,Snoring,Wheezing,,Laryngitis (Pharyngitis,),Sore Throat,Tonsillitis,  HayFever, Rhinitis, Sinus Inflammation, Sinusitis and Smoker’s Cough

Acne, Eczema, Hives, Psoriasis, Dermatitis,Rosacea
Helps fight against Skin Aging,
Dry and Flaky Skin. 


How does Salt Therapy work?
The primary mechanism of action in Halotherapy is the dry aerosol of salt, that has a particle size of 1-5 microns, and a negative electrical charge. The dry salt aerosol is blown into the salt room. In addition, the walls and the floor of the salt room are covered with salt. The salt room provides a negative ion environment (like the seashore), which contributes to a feeling of well being and promotes stress reduction. The particles of salt are inhaled and travel into the deepest parts of the lungs and sinuses. The inhalation of the salt particles helps to reduce inflammation in the airways, opens constricted airways, and increases the clearance of mucous.

What to expect?
A typical salt therapy session lasts for 45-60 minutes. You will be asked to wear disposable foot. The therapy involves sitting in the salt room in a comfortable lounge chair. The lights will dim and you will hear relaxing music. The room temperature and humidity is maintained at a comfortable level. Most people like to close their eyes, and some will fall asleep or meditate. A change in lighting will alert you that the treatment is over.
Salt therapy may produce a slight skin irritation in some individuals that will disappear after a few sessions. Some people will experience a mild salt taste on their lips, similar to being by the ocean. Others may experience a mild throat tickle, which can be easily treated by sipping warm water after the session. Most people will experience increased mucous production. This will present itself in the form of a runny nose or a productive cough after the session. This is the body’s natural mechanism for elimination of toxins, pollens, and viruses. If you have ever smoked in the past, you may experience a period of cough and mucous production as your body naturally clears the lungs of residual toxins. Most asthmatics will also experience an initial period of increased mucous production and cough as the body decreases inflammation, opens airways, and expels the stagnant mucous.

How many treatments you need?
Every experience is different, and it depends on the type and severity of your condition. Based on the research, we would recommend a course of 12-15 treatments, preferably within 4-8 weeks. You may feel some improvement after a single session, but a series of treatments is required to achieve long-term results. For mild conditions, 6-8 treatments may be enough. Some people use treatments as a preventative measure to avoid the common cold, and other respiratory viruses.

Is there any contraindication?
Treatment should be avoided during the acute phase of any illness, including the following: infections accompanied by fever, acute active tuberculosis, cardiac insufficiency, COPD in the third stage, bleeding, spitting of blood, alcohol or drug intoxication, unstable or uncontrolled hypertension, and acute stages of respiratory diseases.

Session base on 45 minutes
Monday- Saturday 10:00-4:00pm
Monday-Saturday 5:00-10;00pm

1 Sesssion

3 Sessions

5 Sessions

Monthly Membership
$49 with Co-pay $15
$60 with Co-pay $20

194 E Granada Blvd. Ste. A1, Ormond Beach Fl 32176