Salt Chamber

A salt chamber is a room covered with salt from ceiling-to-floor in which tiny particles of salt are sprayed into the air. The main effects of salt- or halotherapy are to reduce respiratory inflammation, strengthen the immune system and calm the body. Come and treat yourself with calming music and aromas in a saltchamber. Repeat sessions are used to prevent colds.

  • An active salt chamber, where a halogenerator breaks down the salt into small particles circulating in the room.

  • Two deckchairs

  • Aroma diffuser

  • Background music

  • 6 times a month 60 €

Salt therapy is known since the 12th century when salt-rich caves were visited to reduce respiratory problems. In the 19th century, it was discovered in Poland that people working in salt mines did not contract lung diseases. This can be called a passive halo- or salttherapy. The modern use of salt chambers started to become more widespread in the 20th century. The active therapy room is equipped with a halogenerator that grinds coarse salt and sprays it into the chamber. The walls, ceiling and floor of the room are usually covered with salt.

  • When to visit a salt chamber:
  • weak immunity, i.e. you have frequent viral infections.
    runny nose, cough
  • asthma
  • chronic inflammations
  • acute or chronic bronchitis
  • caused by allergens
  • skin problems
  • allergic rhinitis
  • skin eczema, atopic
  • dermatitis
  • psoriasis
  • nervous system instability, anxiety disorders
  • sleepless

A salt chamber is not recommended:

  • ongoing infections with fever.
  • people with a history of malignant tumours
  • if you have a history of pulmonary tuberculosis