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Pod Spa Salt Room (Halotherapy) 

Dry salt therapy also know as Halotherapy is an holistic therapy that uses the many healing benefits of salt to treat numerous skin and respiratory conditions.  The relaxing atmosphere also helps to create a soothing effect which helps to alleviate stress and anxiety and improve mental clarity.

Salt Relaxation Experience

Our Salt Relaxation Experience is 30 minute,quiet low-light and tranquil session that helps to re-balance yourself and relax your mind and body.   

Salt Yoga

Experience

The Pod Spa Yoga Salt Experience is a 40 minute, small group yoga class, held in our salt room. This class combines the benefits of yoga and the healing qualities of salt therapy into one amazingly healthy experience.

Salt Meditation 

Experience

Our Salt Meditation Experience is a 40 minute meditation class, created to help you focus your thoughts, reduce stress, enhance self-awareness and improve emotional balance.

Salt Health Experience

Our Salt Health Experience offers a truly holistic approach to many acute and chronic conditions.  This salt therapy experience is ideal for adults and children and can help with the detoxification of the respiratory system, the healing and management of skin conditions and overall wellness.  It can also help to alleviate the symptoms caused by:

  • Allergies

  • Asthma

  • Bronchitis

  • Colds

  • COPD

  • Eczema

  • Ear Infections

  • Flu

  • Hay Fever

  • Rhinitis

  • Sinus Infection

  • Sleep Apnea

  • Stress

  • Psoriasis

Pod Spa Salt Therapy Experience

Prior to your visit you should consult your physician if you have any respiratory or other health concerns.  Our room is equipped with a halo generator which uses pharmaceutical grade Himalayan salt to produces and circulates microscopic particles of salt throughout the room.   Our salt room is kept cool and dry to prevent moisture and increase the effectiveness and therapeutic benefits of the therapy.  Our room can accommodate up to 10 people comfortably and is used therapeutically, as well as yoga and meditation sessions.  Some Pod Spa salt sessions are included in our monthly membership packages.

What people are saying about Halotherapy

History of Salt Therapy

The use of dry salt therapy, more clinically known as Halotherapy dates back over 3000 years. In fact, “Halo” means salt in Ancient Greek. The use of salt in treating illnesses and injuries has been documented in the ancient writings of Hippocrates and is also know to be used by Monks in Medieval Europe.  When people were really sick and needed to be taken care of long-term, they often went to monasteries to do so. These monks would utilize the naturally-occurring salt caves in the region for therapeutic reasons. They noticed that patients with respiratory and skin issues would very often get better. It was so apparent to these monks that many of them started grinding up salt against rocks and having patients inhale the dust when they were unable to make it to a salt cave.

Salt therapy has continued to be used since it's early history.  The first documented case of halotherapy treatment was in Poland in 1840 and the first official halotherapy spa was also opened in Poland in 1843 by the then head of the government health body Dr. Dr. Mstislav Poljakowski. 

 

Now you can experience the benefits of salt therapy here in our beautiful new location in Long Beach.

Science of halotherapy

study in the Clinical Research Respiratory Center in St. Petersburg found halotherapy resulted in improvement of clinical state in 85% of mild and moderate asthma cases, 75% of severe asthma cases and 97% of chronic bronchitis and bronchiectasis cases.

Other studies and accounts have found that halotherapy is extremely helpful in cases of chronic bronchitis, breathlessness, chest tightness, pneumonia after acute stage bronchiectatic disease, cough (particularly at night or after exercise), wheezing, smokers’ cough (including secondary smoke), cough with viscous sputum, mucus plugs, mucosal edema, colds and influenza, sinusitis, rhinitis and respiratory allergies, allergies to industrial and household pollutants, frequent acute disorders of respiratory tract, respiratory infections, tonsillitis, pharyngitis, multi-chemical sensitivity syndrome, eczema, psoriasis, postoperative rehabilitation and recovery (aesthetic & sinus surgery)

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