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What to Wear

Comfortable clothes. You will be reclining in a chair for 40 minutes.

Bare feet. It’s most therapeutic to experience the Salt Cave with bare feet. The raw Himalayan salt pebbles on the floor can be used as a reflexology tool. We provide foot covers for clients who choose to keep their socks on.

NOTE: We ask visitors to refrain from wearing perfumes or fragrances as a courtesy to other visitors who may have an allergy or sensitivity. No scents please!

What to Bring

Nothing! You don’t need to bring anything with you as phones, food, and drinks (including water) are not permitted in the room.
We’ll provide blankets for your comfort. Simply arrive wearing comfortable clothes and be prepared for a peaceful and relaxing session.

What to Expect

The Salt Cave is lit with soft lights glowing through the salt walls and the temperature is set at a comfortable 22 degrees celsius. Peaceful, relaxing music will be playing while you recline in our zero-gravity lounge chairs with the provided blanket. The Salt Cave is a place for quiet meditation and relaxation. Most people fall asleep within five minutes of experiencing this relaxing microclimate filled with negative ions.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does Salt Therapy work?

Salt is anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory! While relaxing in the Salt Cave, customers inhale the dry, salt-enriched air deep down into their lungs. The salt travels through the sinuses and respiratory tract absorbing moisture, clearing mucus and killing bacteria. Inflammation is reduced creating more space in your airways for you to breathe.

Will I be with other people in the Salt Cave?

Our Salt Cave is designed to hold six people comfortably with plenty of room. When you book a session, other people may be in the Salt Cave with you. Respect for other clients and quiet is required in the Salt Cave. You may also book your own group of six people in the Cave – please book well in advance to ensure you get the time you prefer!