Amber light glows against the Himalayan and Dead Sea salt that lines the walls. I feel like I’m in a cave in Old Jerusalem, someplace ancient and pure. A sea of loose salt shifts beneath my bootied feet, and once I’m reclined with zero gravity, a fine, dry salt mist blows into the room. The negative ions are said to increase oxygen flow to the brain, a fringe benefit, but for now all I feel is a sweet lassitude.
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What do the top halogenerator manufacturers say about what type of salt to use for effective Halotherapy (dry salt therapy)?
As part of the Salt Therapy Association’s (STA) objectives, creating consistent
standards and practices is critical. There have been inconsistencies in the
marketplace as to what type of salt to use in halogenerators. While various salts are used as décor, salt used in a halogenerator is very different and affects people differently. The STA has researched and surveyed some of the top halogenerator manufacturers and distributors and there is unanimous consensus among the following: (more…)
The STA hopes to bring salt therapy professionals, businesses and partners together next summer to one of the birthplaces of salt therapy, Wieliczka, Poland outside of Krakow. This event will bring people together to learn about the latest research, industry trends, best practices and lessons learned to salt therapy members. Stay tuned for more details.