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Salt Spa

Welcome to The Salt Spa, Colorado's first holistic respiratory treatment center!

We specialize in a natural, safe, and drug-free therapy known as Halotherapy (Salt Therapy).  This therapeutic approach offers not only immediate relief from respiratory ailments but also has long-term effectiveness.

 

Our Halotherapy sessions are designed to clear your lungs, sinuses, and nasal passageways of pollens, viruses, pollutants, and toxins. This prevents illness, reduces allergies, and alleviates irritation and inflammation in the respiratory tract. Whether used in conjunction with prescribed medications or as a standalone treatment, Halotherapy has proven its effectiveness in clinical trials for conditions such as asthma, sinusitis, bronchitis and chronic allergies.

 

Beyond respiratory benefits, our salt therapy sessions generate a dense ionic atmosphere, which also offers stress reduction, anxiety relief, and assistance in regulating sleep patterns. 

Salt Spa

Salt Spa

Our salt spa isn't just a retreat, it's a healing sanctuary. Immerse yourself in an environment rich with natural minerals, known for their incredible benefits, especially for respiratory health. The salt-infused air works wonders for conditions like asthma, allergies, and bronchitis, helping to clear airways and reduce inflammation.

 

And the benefits don't stop there. Salt therapy, also known as halotherapy, is a holistic approach that:

  • Enhances lung capacity and breathing

  • Detoxifies the respiratory system

  • Reduces stress and promotes relaxation

  • Improves eczema, psoriasis, and other skin conditions

  • Boosts overall immune system function

  • Feels great!

Salt Spa Right
Single Session - $30

Packages
6 sessions - $162, $27 per session
(expires after 6 months)

12 sessions - $288, $24 per session
(expires after 8 months)

24 sessions - $480, $20 per session
(expires after one year)


 
Salt Spa, Cold Laser
                 and PEMF Packages 

Includes:

Relaxation & Respiratory Hygiene - 50 min Salt Spa sessions

 

Anti-Inflammation and Injury Rehab -30 min Cold Laser sessions

 

Musculoskeletal Pain and Joint Stiffness - 30 min Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy sessions

 

Based on up to 5 visits per week.

Can share up to 2 per month with guests.

Can swap between modalities

No upcharge for private salt spa room (based on availability)

 

***Limited number of memberships available - First come, first served***

60% OFF

1 month: $240/month ($12 / visit)

66% OFF

3 months: $200/month ($10 / visit)

74% OFF

6 months: $160/month ($8 / visit)

Monthly Membership Specials
Salt Spa Etiquette
  • Please DO NOT utilise the GROUP salt room if you are actively sick or potentially contagious. This includes any of the following:

    • Fever, Excessive coughing or sneezing, or Flu-like Symptoms

  • If you are recently recovering from a cold, immunocompromised, or prefer to be by yourself, please speak to us about utilising our PRIVATE salt room. 

  • When choosing seating in the group room, please provide as much distance as possible between yourself and clients not within your party. 

  • Disposable foot and head covers will be provided and must be worn in the salt room.

  • Arrive 10 minutes early; entry to the salt room is not allowed once a session begins.

  • Avoid using perfumes, lotions, or fragrant substances, as they can disrupt therapy or trigger another client’s sensitivities.

  • Leave valuables at home; we are not responsible for lost or stolen items. Coats and bags should be left in the waiting room or office.

  • Courtesy to others: exiting during a session is discouraged unless it's an emergency.

  • We recommend using the restroom before the session begins.

  • Turn off all electronic devices; consider leaving them in your car.

  • Please maintain silence during adult sessions when other clients are present; some prefer meditation or rest.

  • Wash your and your children's hands before entering.

  • Do not touch the walls or throw salt.

  • Children under 12 must have an adult guardian present at all times.

  • No food, drinks, or open water bottles are allowed inside.

FAQs

What is the history of Halotherapy/Salt room therapy?

In 1843, a Polish doctor, F. Botchkovsky was the first to discover that the environment inside salt mines had a therapeutic effect on respiratory diseases. Many salt mines in Eastern Europe were used as medical resorts for patients with lung diseases. Speleotherapy, as it came to be known, became a conventional, effective, and drug free method of treatment for respiratory illness in Eastern Europe and Russia. In the 1980’s, artificial salt caves were developed by lining rooms with salt bricks or blocks. Research carried out in these rooms did not replicate the curative atmosphere of the salt mines or caves. Scientists came to the conclusion that the main therapeutic factor of the salt cave microclimate was dry aerosol of salt in combination with stable humidity and air temperature. With this knowledge, in the early 1990’s, Halo generators were developed in St. Petersburg Russia. Halo generators blow dry aerosol of salt into enclosed rooms that replicates the microclimate of natural salt mines and caves.

How does salt therapy work?

Dry aerosolized salt, with a particle size of 1-5 microns, and a negative electrical charge is blown into the spa. This creates a negatively ionized environment (like the seashore), which contributes to a feeling of well-being and promotes the reduction of stress. The particles of salt are inhaled and travel into the deepest parts of the lungs and sinuses, reducing inflammation in the airways, dilating constricted airways, and increasing the clearance of mucus.

What conditions are improved by salt therapy?

The following are the common respiratory illnesses that are greatly improved by salt therapy: asthma, sinusitis, bronchitis, cystic fibrosis, chronic ear infections, allergies to dust, pollen, pets, and chemicals, hay fever, smokers cough, chronic cough, sore throat, nasal congestion or runny nose, snoring, recovery after acute pneumonia, chronic rhinitis and tonsillitis. It may also help sleep apnea depending on the cause. In addition to helping with respiratory illnesses, it can also help many common skin diseases including: eczema, psoriasis, and acne. Salt therapy also promotes stress reduction, which can lower blood pressure, and help with insomnia. Salt therapy can help prevent respiratory viruses, including the common cold and flu, in children and adults who experience chronic or multiple colds throughout the year.

What can I expect?

Our salt therapy sessions run for 50 minutes. You'll wear provided disposable foot and head covers and sit in a comfortable, adjustable lounge chair inside the salt room. Children can play on the salt-covered floor with toys. The room has dimmed lights, and a comfortable temperature and humidity level. Many people close their eyes, some even fall asleep or meditate. When the session ends, a light change or gentle knock will notify you.

Are there any side effects? 

During salt therapy, some people may experience temporary skin irritation that typically diminishes after a few sessions. A mild salt taste on the lips, akin to a seaside experience, may occur for some. Others might have a slight throat tickle, easily alleviated by drinking warm water post-session. Increased mucus production is common and may manifest as a runny nose, productive cough, or sinus headache until the mucus is cleared. Former smokers may undergo a period of cough and mucus production as their lungs clear residual toxins. Asthmatics may initially experience increased mucus and cough as airways open and inflammation decreases.

How many treatments will I need?

Every experience is different, and it depends on the type and severity of your condition. Based on the research, we 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, 6-12 treatments in 1 month may be enough.For more severe conditions, 12 -24 sessions in a 2 month period is recommended. Many people use salt spa treatments as a preventative measure to avoid the common cold, and other respiratory viruses.

When should salt treatment be avoided?

Treatment should be avoided during the acute phase of any illness, including the following: infections accompanied by fever, acute active COVID, 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.

Is there research to support Halotherapy?

Yes, Halotherapy has been well researched in Russia and Eastern Europe. Most of the research has been conducted by Dr. A. V. Chervinskaya, the head of Clinical Research Respiratory Center in St. Petersburg Russia. She works in the field of pulmonology and rehabilitation medicine and has published more than two hundred articles on this topic. Recently, the New England Journal of Medicine published an article on the efficacy of saline salt therapy in cystic fibrosis. They found that long term saline salt treatment had a positive impact on lung function and reduced pulmonary exacerbations. In addition, they found no negative side effects associated with the therapy.

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