The Benefits of the Beach, Indoors

Here in South Florida, the beach is a central point in our daily lives. Who doesn’t love laying on a towel at a quiet beach, reading a book to the sound of waves crashing against the shore? Or taking a dip in the cool, refreshing water that’s never too cold, even in the wintertime? And breathing in that salty air; there’s simply nothing better!

One of the biggest benefits of the beach is the salty air. Breathing in that crisp, ocean breeze can help decrease stress instantly. Now imagine that effect multiplied forty times over!

We measure the concentration of salt particles in the air in our rooms.  Over the course of one minute there are over 800,000 particles of salt the size of 1 micron.  This is small enough to reach the lower respiratory system. At beach there are between 10,000 and 20,000 particles. The Salt Suite® has 40 times more salt in the air than the beach. On top of that, it is dry salt, not wet like at the beach.  This allows the salt to reach deep down into the lungs.

During a salt therapy session here with us, you can relax and listen to the quiet, peaceful sounds of nature on headsets that we provide. You can also bring your favorite novel and get some reading time in while breathing in the fresh, salty air. It’s all of the relaxation of the beach with 40 times the health benefits and relaxation! Book your session today! If it is your first time visiting us, you’ll receive a special 50% discount on your first session!

Enjoy salt therapy news, articles and research from our blog

Salt Lamps: Do They Improve Health?

The world can be a stressful place with stress coming from our personal lives, careers, and surrounding world events. Wouldn’t it be nice if a 45-minute salt therapy session could reduce stress levels? Fortunately, scientists have found that salt therapy does have a positive impact to stress.
Does halotherapy reduce stress?

Does Halotherapy Reduce Stress?

The world can be a stressful place with stress coming from our personal lives, careers, and surrounding world events. Wouldn’t it be nice if a 45-minute salt therapy session could reduce stress levels? Fortunately, scientists have found that salt therapy does have a positive impact to stress.
Older woman cleaning her face.

How Does Salt Therapy Improve Skin Health?

Itchy and dry skin feels so uncomfortable. It distracts focus from what is important. Not to mention psoriasis and eczema can make wardrobe and even hair style decisions for those affected. And how many of us don’t want to look a little younger? Well, those taking their salt therapy in the kids’ suite may not want to look younger, but the rest of us do. Can salt really do all of that- improve symptoms of skin issues and make us look younger? Yes, it can, and research shows it!
Older man with arms stretched out and light weights in his hands.

How Does Salt Therapy Improve Performance?

Performance may mean many different things to different people. For some, it means athletic performance. Whether a professional athlete, weekend warrior, or someone working out for healthy lifestyle, performance includes our ability to accomplish an athletic task. For others, it may mean breath control for activities like singing, performing arts and professional auctioning. Does salt therapy deliver benefits for various types of performance? In short, yes. But let’s explore what research has found about salt therapy and improved performance.