Salt of the Earth Cave Policies, Cave Policies

Salt of the Earth Cave Policies

In order to protect the delicate nature of the cave and respect the quiet, meditative nature of the space, we ask that you follow these simple guidelines:

  • Avoid stress and arrive 10-15 minutes early to register, remove shoes, and decompress. Sessions start exactly at the beginning of the hour and last 45 minutes. Once begun, we cannot disturb those in sessions and are happy to reschedule for a later time.
  • No change of clothes required. Wear your comfy clothes – minus shoes. Socks are required. We provide complimentary disposable footies if needed.
  • Talking is only permitted in private sessions, classes, and workshops.
  • The salt cave is a very delicate structure. We kindly ask to refrain from touching the walls or Graduation Tower.
  • Please enjoy food and beverages before or after your sessions.
  • Relax and leave the world behind for 45 minutes. Electronic devices and personal belongings will implode upon entrance to the cave. For your safety, we provide secure storage.
  • Please remain seated during your session. You may leave the room at any time if needed.
  • The temperature is kept at a constant 73 degrees.
  • Blankets are provided upon request.

Salt Cave Information

Is Haleotherapy safe for children?

Halotherapy is a suitable treatment for children of any age after they have surpassed six months old. Children respond quicker to Halotherapy than adults and less sessions are needed. If your child/children have been suffering from bronchial issues, constant skin irritation, or unidentifiable allergies, do not hesitate to research further or just call us to learn about the benefits of Halotherapy.

Who should not use Haleotherapy?

Salt therapy is not recommended for a range of serious ailments and we ask that you first consult your physician if you suffer from any of the following: Acute stage of any illness, Infections accompanied by fever, Acute active tuberculosis, Stage 3 COPD, Contagious ailments, Use of an oxygen tank to aid breathing, Cardiac insufficiency/severe heart disorders, Unstable or uncontrolled high blood pressure, Acute stage of kidney disease.