1. How Long is Each Session?
    Our Salt Cave sessions are 45 minutes long. Each Session starts on the hour.
  2. What do I wear in the Salt Cave?
    Clients will wear their normal clothes. Shoes are not allowed. If you have colored socks, booties will be provided.
  3. What is the tempature inside the Salt Cave?
    The temperature stays around 70 degrees Fahrenheit. A fleece throw is provided to keep you comfortable while you relax if desired.
  4. Can I bring my music?
    No electronics are allowed in the Salt Cave. The Salt Cave creates a negative ion environment that helps relieve stress from today's electronic devices.
  5. Why must I arrive 15 minutes earlier than my appointment?
    Our sessions begin exactly on the hour and therefore it is very important to arrive 15 minutes early in order to fill out paperwork, use the restroom, and look at our Salt Store. If you arrive after the session has begun, you may be able to join us for the following session if we have availability.
  6. Are there any illnesses or conditions which may prevent me from utilizing a salt therapy session?
    Kidney Disease – Since one’s kidneys may already be in a compromised state it is advisable to consult with a physician prior to scheduling an appointment. During your 45 minute session water is pulled from your system. It is recommended that one use the restroom prior to beginning their session and immediately following it. We also recommend increasing your water intake through out the day. Chemotherapy- If one is undergoing chemotherapy it is not advisable for them to visit the salt cave. However, during the period between chemotherapy increments and after the completion of one’s treatment it is recommended that one schedule 2-3 treatments per week to aid in the improvement of their immune system as quickly as possible. The salt session helps improve and boost one’s immune system. During chemotherapy the idea is to lower immunity to aid in the killing off of the cancer cells, therefore it would be counter productive to one’s treatment to visit a salt cave. Hypothyroidism – the body generates less iodine than required. From our experience: it is recommended to use the salt therapy in our cave under a doctors care during which time they can monitor and reduce the amount of hormone they are prescribing for their patients until it is possible to completely stop its use.
  7. Can I bring a child with me?
    There is no age limit for Salt Therapy. However, we offer separate sessions for children where they may engage in quiet play. Children must be accompanied by parents and reservations are required!
  8. Can I bring in food or water during my session?
    No food or drinks are allowed in the cave.
  9. What is the cancellation policy ?
    A 24 hour cancellation notice is required or your credit card will be charged 100% of the fee.
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