One salt cave session at Peace, Love & Zen, located at 6023 Broad Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15206, East Liberty. During a 45-minute session, you relax in zero-gravity chairs while being immersed in sounds of the sea. Breathing in the salt air is said to foster good sleep, alleviate symptoms of allergies and asthma, relieve hypertension and stress and even cure hangovers. However we make no medical claims. The salt cave is something like an oasis of fresh air in the heavily polluted environment in which we live.
Peace, Love & Zen is a 100% woman veteran owned company. Our goal is to provide a sanctuary where members of the community can de-stress while receiving state-of-the-art natural therapy. Our mission is to empower individuals to initiate, expand, and maintain their physical and spiritual wellness through education and guidance from our experienced and caring staff.
The Himalayan Salt Cave
Salt Therapy – Benefits (halotherapy or speleotherapy) of using Himalayan salt – the purest salt therapy.
For centuries, people have trusted the benefits of Himalayan salt therapy (salt cave therapy) to strengthen their immune systems and relieve respiratory illnesses. Today, people of all ages can benefit from the natural healing properties found in salt through halotherapy – Himalayan salt therapy in a man-made Himalayan salt cave to find relief for a variety of health issues like asthma, skin disorders and boost the immune system. Call 412-661-0777 to schedule your salt cave session.
Himalayan salt has long been known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties as well as helping to loosen mucus build up and phlegm, help with asthma treatment and bronchial conditions. Studies have shown that people with chronic upper respiratory conditions, seasonal allergies, sinusitis, bronchitis and skin disorders can derive significant benefits from salt therapy. Actually, just about anyone can benefit from halotherapy.
Salt therapy can also help prevent respiratory viruses, including the common cold and flu. Children and adults who experience chronic or multiple colds throughout the year due to day cares, schools, or poor ventilation in the work environment can benefit greatly from Halotherapy.
In addition to helping with respiratory illnesses, salt therapy can help many common skin diseases including: eczema, psoriasis, and acne. Salt therapy also promotes stress reduction through the production of negative ions to boost the immune system and reduce chronic stress and fatigue.
Halotherapy is 100 percent natural, safe, and drug free treatment. It provides effective long term relief and it can be used as a complementary treatment to prescribed medications or as a sole treatment. Halotherapy works exceedingly well for children.
Book now to discover the medicinal benefits of salt therapy. Our Himalayan salt cave is crafted of thousands of pounds of Himalayan salt, which is the oldest and purest form and contains 84 minerals that our body needs. For centuries, Europeans have sat in natural salt caves to help relieve respiratory, circulatory and skin aliments ~ along with stress. The secret of healing in the salt cave is simple. The air is intensively saturated with negative ions along with many minerals. By breathing in these elements, the body gets in balance and begins to heal itself.
In addition to the relaxation and anti-stress benefits, the primary benefit of the salt cave is for upper respiratory ailments. It is not uncommon for people suffering with these ailments to cough during a session as their lungs are clearing. For those who feel this may be disruptive, we recommend either a private salt cave session or consider booking during the weekdays when the cave is not as busy.
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