Salt Den will be featured in the December 2016 issue.

Salt Den Wins Business Plan Competition

25 Octobert 2016 -  Robert Duff, owner of the Salt Den entered in to the VETCON Business Plan Competition.  As a 21 year Navy Hospital Corpsman, Chief Petty Officer Duff continues his vision in helping people through his new Holistic Health Spa featuring Albany's first Salt Cave. 

The Salt Cave provides halotherapy treatments that help clients relax and breathe easier.  Halotherapy is not a medical substution, but a complimentary treatment to the clients current respiratory or skin disorders.

The Salt Den was selected as a finalist from several entries and competed with a visual presentation infront of a panel of judges from local business. After the top three presentation were delivered, Chief Duff was selected as the winner with the Best Veteran 2016 Business Plan.
Salt Den packs 70,000 pounds of salt into therapy chamber
Owner says it eases symptoms of lung problems
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Updated 2:41 pm, Friday, June 2, 2017

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Saturday, July 8, 2017

Business Beat: Latham’s Salt Den Offers Unique Therapy

By Terry Stackhouse
Thursday, May 25, 2017 at 07:00 AM EDT

SPECTRUM NEWS VIDEO: Designed to look like an ancient Himalayan mountain salt cave, the Salt Den in Latham is a unique retreat.

The business offers a salt cave. It is used for halotherapy, along known as salt therapy. The cave walls are made entirely of Himalayan salt. The floor is covered with granular salt. A machine in the next room crushes salt before pumping particles into the air.

Sitting inside the space is intended to help with a variety of respiratory and skin disorders. 
The Salt Den is open 7 days a week. The official grand opening is in June.

Spectrum News reporter Terry Stackhouse tested out the treatment and filed this report.

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Salt Den is Albany area's first Himalayan therapy 'cave'
Den touts benefits to breathing, skin woes, muscle aches