Halo therapy (HT) is a mode of treatments in a controlled air medium which stimulates a natural salt cave microclimate. Halo in Greek means ‘salt.’ Its origins date back to early 1800s in Poland where locals noticed that men working at Wielicka Salt Mine enjoyed better health and younger looking skin. Russians conducted a series of experiments documenting the benefits of dry salt therapy. Based one research conducted in 15 Russian hospitals (from 1991 to 1994), over 4,700 patients both adults and children have been evaluated with various types of pulmonary diseases. Halo therapy course consisted of 10 to 20 daily sessions. HT treatment resulted in improvement of clinical state in 85% of mild and moderate asthma cases, 75% of severe asthma cases and 97% of chronic bronchitis and bronchiectasis. Sessions entail relaxing and unwinding in our salt room for approximately one hour while breathing in fine salt aerosol.
Long term examination of patients for one or more years demonstrated the effect of Halotherapy on
reduction in the frequency of exacerbations and reduction in chronic symptoms. Following the fall of the
Soviet Union, the technology spread quickly across Western Europe.
Salt is naturally anti-microbial, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory. When inhaled into the lungs it
opens airway passages by reducing inflammation, drawing out moisture, and killing off unwanted
substances and toxins that we are exposed to daily in our environment, food and air. People who suffer
from allergies, asthma, bronchitis, cystic fibrosis and COPD are just a few of the all respiratory illnesses
that experience relief through salt therapy. Salt thereapy is also great for the skin and hair- it kills off
bacteria and helps with cell regeneration. It reduces symptoms for patients with conditions like acne,
eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis.
Halotherapy is also beneficial for the following ailments:
Frequent colds, sinus issues, seasonal allergies, dust and mold allergies, hay fever, allergic skin reactions,
stress, fatigue, insomnia, exhaustion, sinus headaches, weakened immune system, hypothyroidism,
countering side effects of smoking and pollution, and supports healing for individuals who have quit smoking.
Possible side effects:
Side effects are very few and rare. Some may experience dry throat, increased coughing, runny nose
and watery eyes at the beginning of a session.
Not recommended for:
Please consult a Physician if you have any chronic diseases before trying halotherapy. Not
recommended for anyone with a contagious diseases and or high fevers out of consideration for our
All sessions are 45 minutes long and start on the hour, every hour. Therapy is available for all ages.
Benefits from halotherapy are best when conducted in a treatment interval of one halotherapy session
per day for the duration of 10-25 days once or twice per year.