Salt Therapy

Salt therapy is a holistic, drug free, natural therapy that uses micro particles that may promote better breathing, healthier skin, sounder sleep, improved physical fitness and endurance, and overall wellness. It also helps to alleviate symptoms of many respiratory and conditions and anxiety. Please dress in comfortable clothing. No heavy perfumes and cellphones must be turned off and placed into a locker prior to entering our salt room. We ask this so that all of our clients are able to enjoy their experience  in a relaxing atmosphere. We offer salt therapy sessions at the start of every hour. Please call a head to book an appointment. 

Salt Therapy is known to helping with: 

  • Sleep Apnea

  • Smoker's Cough

  • Bronchitis

  • Colds

  • Hypertension

  • Allergies

  • Asthma

  • COPD

  • Snoring

  • Anxiety

  • Flu

  • Sinus Infection

  • Stress-related issues

  • Eczema

  • Metabolic Abnormalities

  • Psoriasis

  • Ear Infections

  • Upper Respiratory Infections

  • Inflammation 

  • Exhaustion

The History of Salt Therapy

Centuries ago, European monks noticed something interesting: when they treated respiratory ailments in natural salt caverns, their patients got better faster. The monks produced salt dust by grinding salt rocks against each other, which the patients then inhaled.

Dr. Felix Bochkovsky, the state authority for occupational health in Polish industry in the 1840s, saw the same thing was true with miners: while metal and coal miners battled relentless, deadly respiratory ailments, workers in salt mines were healthier than average people, let alone other miners.

In 1843, Dr. Bochkovsky published a book about the health benefits of salt dust. His successor, Mstislav Poljakowski, established the first salt clinic near Krakow, Poland, which is still in operation today.

By the 1950s, scientific studies (primarily in the USSR) were proving how effective salt therapy is in treating respiratory ailments. Handmade, above-ground salt rooms provided a controlled environment, and Halotherapy (from “halo”, Greek for salt) became a new option for respiratory treatment.

The first Halotherapy salt chambers opened in the 1960s in Eastern Europe. They were destination health sanatoriums and respiratory hospitals, paid for by the socialized medical system of those countries. As Halotherapy grew more popular in the 1980s and 1990s, health and beauty resorts throughout Europe and Scandinavia began to install salt rooms and offer Halotherapy as one of their restorative treatments.

Halotherapy is finally coming to North America.

Salt cave Halo-therapy 45 minute sessions

                      Regular          Grand Opening Specials

                               Single             $40            $25

                             3 Sessions     $120         $70

                          5 Sessions     $175         $120

                             10 session      - $250        $150


                             Sunday 25 min. session for kids- $20       $10

                                                (must be accompanied by an adult participating in session) 

                                      * No expiration on sessions you purchase and package sharing permitted

                            ** One session per day on plans, additional sessions based on schedule availability


*Medical Disclaimer: The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnoses, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.*

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5282 Golden Gate Parkway Unit C  
Naples, Florida 34116
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