We are sorry to announce we have made the decision to close our salt cave permanently due to Covid 19.
We are grateful to all the customers that have visited us in the last year for our services. As we are a new business we could not withstand the financial repercussions of what is happening in our country right now so we have decided to take our business in a different direction. We will no longer be operating our salt cave out of North Canton but we will be focusing on making our soaps, salts, and skincare products in our hometown of Salem Ohio. They will be for sale on our website. Follow us on Facebook for more information.
In the meantime, we are referring all of our customers to Mystic Float and Wellness, they provide all the services we had and more. Our salt cave Groupon deal can still be redeemed at that location.
4612 Tuscarawas W.
Canton, Ohio 44708.
Thank you for your patronage!
The term “halotherapy” was introduced by scientists of the Institute of Pulmonology in St. Petersburg, Russia, during the late 1980s. Driven by desire to make salt-mine therapy accessible to a wide range of people, Russian physicians and scientists developed a modern method that improves on the original method. Along the way, pioneering researchers learned many valuable facts about transforming a natural, yet difficult-to-access therapy.
Early attempts to replicate the salt-mine environment above ground revealed a fundamental fact: though scientists could recreate the look and feel of natural salt caves by encasing the interior surfaces of rooms in numerous layers of salt, these lab-created facilities did not convey the benefits of the underground mines. Researchers soon realized that they would need a technological solution to saturate the air with salt in concentrations similar to those found in salt mines. This led to the development of the first dry salt aerosol generator, or halogenerator.
Medical studies in Europe have proven that the benefits of halotherapy are accumulative. Many adults and children with asthma, allergies, cystic fibrosis, COPD and other respiratory conditions have found that Halotherapy sessions 2-3 times a week can help mange respiratory problems and reduce the intake of medications.
Regular halotherapy, combined with yoga practice or any other fitness routine, provides deep relaxation and stress relief, a balanced nervous system, and an improved sense of well being. Halotherapy keeps the lungs and the skin clean, boosts oxygen circulation, energizes the whole body, and enhances mental alertness.