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Boost your respiratory and immune system and heal skin ailments with two 45 minute sessions of Salt Therapy.
With walls and floor made of salt, a Salt Room releases tiny microscopic particles of dry salt into the air to be inhaled and absorbed into the skin.
A type of decongestant, salt therapy is used to treat asthma, bronchitis, Cystic Fibrosis, pneumonia, sinusitis, hay fever, and many other respiratory conditions in children and adults.
Due to the high mineral content, airborne salt particles also have a beneficial effect on skin ailments and are known to be helpful in treating eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis and more.
A relaxing, peaceful and rejuvenating experience with a wealth of health benefits; simply lie back, relax, breathe and let the salt air do the rest.
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A true sanctuary, Salt Rooms are designed for both tranquillity and therapy providing a retreat from the outside world where you can read a book, meditate, listen to music, sleep, draw or even work on your laptop.
Patented state of the art technology recreates the atmosphere of a natural salt cave with a naturally bacteria-free and allergen-free air environment, allowing the body’s immune system to rest and strengthen.
Your relaxing 45 minute salt therapy sessions are available Monday to Friday.
Offer expires on 16 April 2013
Not valid with any other offer
Bookings are essential and are subject to availability
Offer is not valid on Saturdays
Salt Therapy is a complimentary therapy and should only be used as an adjunct to medical advice
A maximum of two vouchers can be purchased per person
24 Hour Cancellation policy applies
Redemption instructions can be found on the voucher
Salt Therapy, or Speleotherapy, is a widely used natural remedy that goes as far back as medieval times, when monks use to take the sick down into salt caves to allow them to breathe air saturated with salt particles.
However the use of salt for medical purposes goes back even further and histroy shows the healing methods of Hippocrates (460 BC) made frequent use of salt and specifically mentions the inhalation of steam from salt-water for the relief of respiratory symptoms.
The healing methods of salt were also noted in WWII by Dr Karl Hermann Spannagel. Dr Spannagel noticed improvements in the health of his patients as they hid in the Kluterthöhle karst salt cave in Germany to escape heavy bombing.
Underground treatment in salt caves was the only method available until, in 1987, Salt Rooms were developed in Russia. These Salt Rooms recreated the microclimate of a salt cave in an above ground clinic.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
9:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday & Thursday
9:00am - 7:00pm
“I have struggled with respiratory issues for years. I have had ten treatments so far and I can't believe the difference it has made. I […] breathe, better but I have become a happier person. I don’t remember the last time I had a proper night’s sleep before I started this treatment but now that's not a problem anymore. My respiratory issues have almost completely disappeared and I couldn't be more grateful.”Gordana Popovic, saltrooms.com.au
"It is the best treat you could give yourself especially if you suffer from any hay fever or asthma. It feels better instantly. My daughters and I have got through 6 months without any medication after my first visit. We would like to recommend salt treatment for anyone feeling like we were, before we found the salt therapy."Chelsea. H, startlocal.com.au