Salt Cave Halotherapy, Windsor, ON



$169/month ( I year contract required)

$269/month ( No contract required)

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Adult Drop in – $69/ session of 45 minutes

Kids Drop in – $34.50/ session of 30 minutes

Salt Cave Halotherapy, Windsor

What is a Salt Cave?

Our Salt Cave Halotherapy in Windsor is a place where patrons spend about 45 minutes to an hour relaxing in a zero gravity chair breathing in air that’s been filled with micronized salt particles; basically mimicking the atmosphere and conditions of authentic European salt mines. Salt rooms deliver a dry salt therapy experience, where the air inside the room exposes you to microscopic salt particles.

Halotherapy – A Natural, Drug-free Treatment

A salt room creates a hypo-allergenic and allergen-free environment which is both temperature and humidity controlled.

The micron-sized salt particles are antibacterialanti-fungal, and thus have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties.

As you breathe the salt room air, the dry salt particles begin to absorb the toxins and allergens in your respiratory tract and eliminate them from the body resulting in a decrease in mucus, a decrease in inflammation, a detox of your entire respiratory system, and a welcomed relief during breathing.

Stress Reduction

A serene, softly lighted chamber filled with salt that is playing soft music surely presents itself as the perfect environment for meditation. You could undoubtedly soothe your nervous system and lessen stress in this setting.

Halotherapy Salt Cave, Windsor, Ontario

Health Benefits of Salt Cave Halotherapy

Salt is a natural and safe ingredient. It does not have any notable side effects. It is also:

  • Mucoactive, clearing up mucus from your airways
  • Antibacterial, helping prevent infections
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Immunity-boosting
  • Anti-allergic

Research has found that because of these properties, halotherapy can be used as part of the treatment of:

  • Lung infection
  • Throat infection or pharyngitis
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • Smoking-related breathing problems
  • Respiratory allergies
  • Asthma
  • Bronchitis
  • Cold or cough
  • Pneumonia 
  • Sinusitis
  • Rhinitis
  • Tonsillitis
  • Cystic Fibrosis