Himalayan Salt Cave in Cocoa Beach




The Salt Sanctuary in Cocoa Beach is pleased to offer advanced halotherapy in their man-made Himalayan salt cave. The salt cave features a comfortable climate-controlled environment with low humidity, state-of-the-art mood lighting and meditative music for a relaxing atmosphere. During the 45-minute halotherapy session, USP-Grade salt is delivered by a halogenerator as a dry aerosol small enough to travel through both upper and lower chambers of the respiratory system.

“If you suffer from respiratory conditions including asthma, allergies, COPD, cystic fibrosis, bronchitis, emphysema, sinusitis or are plagued by skin issues like eczema, psoriasis, rosacea or acne, The Salt Sanctuary's salt cave can bring an end to your suffering. It’s natural and inexpensive,” states Holly Anderson, owner of the business. “It works as the dry aerosol of pure sodium chloride widens the airways, thus reducing inflammation by removing excess liquid from the tissues, effectively restoring transport of mucus and unclogging blockages.”

The Salt Sanctuary at 5505 N. Atlantic Ave, Ste 208, Cocoa Beach, is open Tuesday through Saturday and by appointment only. Please call or text Holly Anderson at 321-960-1063 for scheduling. SaltSanctuary.com.

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