Stress and Anxiety
Mindful meditation can reduce your stress level, decrease cortisol levels in the body and enhance your mental clarity.
According to the Salt Therapy Association, the antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties of salt used in dry salt therapy reduces the body’s toxic load, giving relief to an overburdened immune system and the release of debris and inhaled particles is also facilitated. Multiple sessions in this supportive environment (salt room) reinforce the organism’s natural inclination towards a healthy balanced state.
Salt therapy is perfect for those who wish to practice mindful meditation.
Not only are you working on improving your respiratory and skin health, you can also improve your mental state. Salts of the Earth salt rooms allow you to sit quietly with your thoughts and focus on your breath. Lights are dimmed and you relax in a comfortable massage chair.
You may choose to bring a guided meditation piece to listen to on your smartphone or tablet with headphones.
Or you can just be at one with your own thoughts in deep or light meditation.
Relax in our tranquil Salt Rooms
A salt session runs for 45 minutes.
In our Adult’s Salt Room the lights are dimmed so you can sit back and relax in the comfort of our massage chairs. Some clients like to read, whilst others enjoy a period of quiet rest and relaxation.
Private Rooms and Children’s Rooms are also available.
Hear from our Clients
I have had ezcema, asthma and hayfever my entire life (23 years). I started salts hoping for some relief in my chest. After going for only3 weeks I have barely any hay fever or any asthma attacks. This improved my sleep dramatically, not to mention everyday life!
The follow on effect from this was a huge decrease in anxiety. My anxiety settled with the help of the 45 minutes of calming music and massage chair time.
Salt therapy is a complementary therapy, designed to be used in conjunction with conventional medicine. Like many aspects of a healthy lifestyle, consistency is key and salt therapy should be viewed as an ongoing practice to be utilised alongside conventional treatment. We always recommend clients speak with their GP about the use of salt therapy.