Frequently Asked Questions

What should I wear?
Come as you are! Dress to relax in comfortable, clean light colored clothes. If you are seeking relief from a skin condition, if possible, dress in clothes that allow skin exposure. Long hair should be pulled back. Freshly laundered socks will be provided for your feet. No shoes or bare feet are allowed in the treatment rooms. We provide blankets and neck pillows to help you get cozy. If you run cold, maybe bring in a sweater or vest.
Why do I have to arrive early?
Every session begins as scheduled, so it is very important that all guests arrive 5-10 minutes prior to the start of their first session allowing time to get oriented in the space and get settled in the treatment rooms. Due to the nature of the therapy, once the doors are closed, they must remain closed for an effective therapeutic treatment. It is critical that the concentration of aerosolized micro particles of salt remain at the required level for the the treatment to be effective. For this reason, we cannot open the door for late arrivals, but will be happy to reschedule you for the following session if space is available.
Are there side effects?
The vast majority of people do not experience any negative side effects of salt therapy. Sleep quality increases, stress levels reduce, to name a few of the positive side effects. One may experience some sneezing, a bit of a dry throat, increased coughing or runny nose as your body works to expel any buildup inside your respiratory tract. The salt works like a gentle sponge and a toothbrush inside your lungs. To get the maximum benefit from the therapy is is best to stay well hydrated for the next 48 hours.
How much does it cost?
Your first Halo is 45$ for a 45 minute session.

Children 2 years of age and under are free with their accompanied paying caregiver.
Space is limited in the Children's/Family room. Please reserve before coming in to avoid disappointment.

Packages and Gift Certificates are available.

  • Wellness 5 sessions $175 / $35 per visit
  • Total Restore 10 sessions $300 / $30 per visit
  • Private Room Halo+ Biomat $55/ per visit 
  • Private Room Pgk 5 sessions  $250.00 /$50 per visit
Isn't too much salt bad for you?
Ingesting too much sodium by eating or drinking has been linked to high blood pressure, which can increase the risk of heart attacks and strokes. Halotherapy does not have this effect because the salt does not enter the stomach and metabolize in the digestive system to impact the heart and kidneys. Because you are inhaling the salt into your lungs, it enters the body through the respiratory system, and will not contribute to hypertension. The concentration of salt during a session is 1-3 milligrams per cubic meter. The amount entering the respiratory system is very low; less than 1 potato chip. If you ingested this amount of salt, it would be well below, by thousands of milligrams, the daily recommended amount for the average adult and would have no detrimental effect on your body.
What should I expect my first time?
You should expect to enter a quiet, clean,meditative space which is designed to help you relax.
You'll check in at the front desk and then be shown to the space to leave your shoes or other items. Please leave your large items and cell phone in your vehicle, no electronics are allowed in the treatment rooms. You will be provided with a clean pair of freshly laundered socks to keep your feet warm and our salt floors clean. Upon entering the halotherapy room, you'll have your choice of comfortable chairs and then our halogenerator will begin releasing microparticles of 99.95% pure salt into the air in your treatment room. This is a quiet meditative or restorative time for all guests.
Is salt therapy covered by insurance?
Halotherapy is not covered by health insurance in the United States at this time, but considered a valid expense under your HSA flexible spending plan.
Is salt therapy safe for pregnant women?
Yes! Many pregnant and nursing women experiencing rhinitis, sinusitis, and allergies would prefer to avoid usage of OTC medications. Salt therapy is a gentle and effective alternative for women who would prefer a calming and natural approach to address these conditions without passing any medication to their babies.
When should I avoid halotherapy?
If you are experiencing any of the below, you should not attend a halotherapy session:

  • If you have smoked anything within 2 hours of the appointment
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Acute respiratory disease
  • Chronic obstructive lung diseases with Stage 3 chronic lung inefficiency
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Intoxication
  • Blood disorders like anemia, hemophilia or clotting
  • Existence of cancer
  • Any infectious disease
  • Cardiac insufficiency
  • Cardiac and coronary diseases
  • Coughing of blood/bleeding
  • High blood pressure/hypertension in IIB stage
  • Any form or stage of tuberculosis
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Fever

Please consult your healthcare provider with any concerns.

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