The Salt Room

Our Salt Room can seat up to 8 people.  Please indicate on the booking form the number of people in your group or give us a call to add additional people to your group.

Relax and unplug for 45 minutes in our Salt Room, which is fully lined with Himalayan salt blocks.  Elevate your feet in a zero-gravity lounge chair or nestle your toes in the Himalayan salt.


Dry salt therapy uses 99.99% pure pharmaceutical grade sodium chloride, NaCl, which has these beneficial properties:


  • super absorbent (especially when it is completely dry)

  • anti-bacterial

  • anti-inflammatory

This type of dry salt is placed into our halogenerator, that precisely grinds the salt into specific micro-sized particles, and then disperses the salt aerosol into the air.​  

The dry salt particles are inhaled into your respiratory system and naturally start absorbing allergens, toxins, and foreign substances in your lungs and throughout your respiratory tract, providing a variety of respiratory benefits.  

The dry salt particles not inhaled absorb impurities and provide anti-bacterial properties that benefit your skin.

According to the Salt Therapy Association, for general respiratory hygiene, once or twice a week visiting your local salt therapy facility will enhance the lung capacity, boost immune system, reduce stress and aid better sleep.

Reference:  Salt Therapy Association, "Benefits of Salt Therapy"

Improve Your Breathing

Relief For:

  • Asthma

  • Allergies

  • Common cold

  • Bronchitis

  • COPD

  • Cystic fibrosis

  • Sinusitis

  • Ear infections

  • Smokers cough

Reference:  Salt Therapy Association, "Benefits of Salt Therapy"

Boost immune system

Dry salt strengthens your respiratory tract with these natural properties:

  • antibiotic

  • anti-fungal​​

Reduce Inflammation

Energize your whole body with increased lung capacity and oxygen intake.


Your Skin

Dry salt therapy is an excellent way to naturally improve the overall quality and appearance of your skin.


Regular Halotherapy aids the healthy aging process of your skin.

  1. The smaller salt particles can reach beneath your skin’s surface and absorb moisture towards your skin.                                                     

  2. The larger salt particles land on your skin and absorb any bacterial and foreign substances.                                   

  3. The dry salt accelerates cell rejuvenation and improves skin rigidity.

  • Acne

  • Dermatitis

  • Dry, flaky skin

  • Eczema

  • Itch​

  • Psoriasis

  • Rashes

  • Rosacea

  • Swollen/inflamed skin

  • Natural anti-aging

Skin Relief For:

Reference:  Salt Therapy Association, "Benefits of Salt Therapy"

Halotherapy gently and effectively boosts exfoliation and can  help clear impacted follicles and prevent acne formation.


Dry salt also helps normalize your skin’s pH-balance and fortifies the skin’s protective barrier.

Therapeutic and Cosmetic Skin Care

  • improve mental health  conditions  such as:

    • Depression​

    • Anxiety

    • ADHD

    • Autism


Your Stress

Salt therapy helps regulate your brain function to:

  • encourage deeper sleep

  • decrease blood pressure

  • boost immune system

  • relieve tension headaches

  • elevate your mood

  • decrease anxiety

Dry Salt Therapy FAQs

Frequently asked questions

What do I wear in the Salt Room?

Loose, comfortable, light colored clothing to relax in works best. If you are using Dry Salt Therapy for a skin condition you will want to have that area exposed.

How many Salt Room sessions do I need? How often should I visit the Salt Room?

Based on your condition and symptoms, this can vary. For best results we recommend a series of treatments. Some customers prefer to use Dry Salt Therapy as a continuous preventative measure.

Can I take my children into the Salt Room?

For children, Dry Salt Therapy is not only safe, but it is a highly recommended natural treatment and there are no harmful side effects. The treatment is suitable for children of any age (as young as one month old). Children often respond to the therapy even faster than adults. During a Dry Salt Therapy session, children can play with toys, read books, and interact with other children. Reference: "The use of halotherapy for the health improvement in children at institutions of general education"

What about the concern that salt is bad for you?

Dry Salt Therapy is a respiratory treatment and does not impact the digestive system so the dietary concerns about salt do not apply. The amount of micro salt particles inhaled into your respiratory system during a session are extremely low and does not present a risk to your health.

What type of salt is used in your Salt Room?

Only 99.99% Pure Grade Sodium Chloride (salt) is used. All of the clinical studies and research for halotherapy involve only using this type of salt. Although the salt is taken from the earth and seas, it goes through a process of eliminating and removing all debris and contaminants. It is not processed with any additives or caking agents such as table salts and the salts used in a decor element.

How many people can your Salt Room hold?

We are able to fit up to 8 people in our Salt Room.

If I book a Salt Room Session will there be people I don't know in there with me?

No. We are only allowing people who know each other to be in the Salt Room at the same time.

What do I do if I want to make a Salt Room appointment for multiple people?

When you are booking online you can indicate the number of people in your group in the note you can leave on the booking form. If you are making an appointment by phone you can just let us know at the time of your call how many people you will be bringing?

Can I bring food and drinks into the Salt Room?

Food and drinks are not permitted in the Salt Room but you can bring your own refreshments and drinks into the spa and relax in our lobby before or after your Salt Room Session.

Just Breathe Salt Spa is a member of the Salt Therapy Association

For more information about Halotherapy, please visit the Research Articles page of the Salt Therapy Association website.