FAQs

What should I expect in the Hand and Foot Detox treatment?

The Hand and Foot Detox treatment is a wonderful and serene environment separate to the cave where you sit in comfortable over-stuffed chairs and put your hands and feet on heated Himalayan salt blocks.  The salt blocks are heated between 85 - 95 degrees and will cause your hands and feet to sweat. This pulls [...]

What should I expect in the Hand and Foot Detox treatment?2018-10-23T14:59:23+00:00

Can children visit?

Children can definitely visit and do a salt cave session if they are older than 3 months.  It is REQUIRED to call and schedule these types of appointments so we can schedule a separate family session, as some patrons want their sessions to be adults only.

Can children visit?2018-10-23T14:58:17+00:00

Are they ANY circumstances where Halotherapy should not be used?

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. Individuals with heart problems and pregnant women should [...]

Are they ANY circumstances where Halotherapy should not be used?2018-10-23T14:55:23+00:00

If I am under a doctor’s supervision and/or taking prescribed medication, should I stop taking my medication when undergoing treatment(s)?

Absolutely not! We will never recommend discontinuing the use of any prescribed medication. If in the time of your halotherapy treatment you notice differences in your symptoms or some relief of pain or discomfort of your symptoms, ask your doctor if stopping or slowing your medication is right for you. For example, puffers and [...]

If I am under a doctor’s supervision and/or taking prescribed medication, should I stop taking my medication when undergoing treatment(s)?2018-08-30T09:54:10+00:00

How should I prepare for my first treatment at the Healing Salt Cave?

Comfortable clothes are recommended. For the Salt Cave, the temperature is cooler than room temperature therefore we recommend bringing a sweater (blankets are offered). Arriving 20 minutes before your scheduled appointment is suggested to complete intake paper work for first time visitors. Most first-time visitors will receive a brief introduction to halotherapy, what it [...]

How should I prepare for my first treatment at the Healing Salt Cave?2018-08-23T01:49:48+00:00

I heard your locations are “fragrant free” what does that mean?

Wearing strong colognes, perfumes, essential oils, and any other fragrant-type cosmetics is to be avoided out of respect for our other visitors. Many of our visitors have sensitivities to such fragrances, and as a result this is a policy that we stand strictly by. We can refuse entrance into our facility if we feel [...]

I heard your locations are “fragrant free” what does that mean?2018-07-31T21:23:10+00:00

What do I wear in the Salt Cave?

Wearing any type of comfortable clothing is recommended. The salt in the air will not ruin any clothing, it will simply leave light salt particles on clothing (usually noticeable on darker clothing) that can simply be brushed off. As we keep the climate like that of a real salt mine, it is much cooler [...]

What do I wear in the Salt Cave?2018-10-23T14:52:39+00:00

How many salt cave treatments do I need?

Number of treatments depends on the illness and the seriousness of the illness. Everyone is different and reacts to the treatment differently. Some notice effects after merely a few minutes, others after a few sessions. Keeping in mind Halotherapy (Inhalation therapy) isn’t a get healthy quick, instant relief steroid inhaler. It is a drug-free [...]

How many salt cave treatments do I need?2018-08-23T01:48:53+00:00