Halotherapy Etiquette

For the safety, comfort, and wellbeing of yourself and other clients, we ask you to follow the policies and procedures:

 ***If you are booked for the Children's Salt Therapy Room...Please bring clean white socks for all participants to wear during the session to help keep our ground Himalayan Salt floor clean. If you have long hair please tie it back.  Parents, please make sure your children do not bring in any jewelry as it may get buried in the salt.

1. Please arrive for your session ten minutes before the scheduled time, sessions start promptly at the top of the hour. Late arrivals will not be permitted into the salt room once a session has started in order not to disturb people enjoying their session.

2. Be prepared to stay in the treatment room for the entire 45 minute session. In order to keep the environments relaxing and at therapeutic levels, no one is to leave except in emergencies. Please use the restroom before the session starts.

3. Most people want to relax or meditate during the session so we ask that you remain quiet in the adult Relaxation Room.

4. NO Electronic devices or cell phones. Salt is corrosive and can ruin these devices. Plus, electronic devices emit positive ions, which we are trying to avoid while in the Halotherapy Treatment Room. Please feel free to bring a book, magazine, etc. The spa has clip on lights available for reading in our dimly lit rooms.

5. Absolutely No perfumes, creams, lotions or any other substance that may produce a fragrance is tolerable in the building as they may have a detrimental effect on another person. Some of our customers are highly allergic to any kind of fragrance and come to our salt therapy sessions to get relief from symptoms associated with sensitivity to fragrances.

6. Smokers:   Most salt rooms restrict smokers from attending sessions. As Halotherapy is especially beneficial for smokers cough, those who smoke may attend as long as hair and clothing is smoke free and you have not had your first cigarette of the day. Another option available is to rent a private session.

7. Wear comfy clothes. You will remain in your street clothes, so come dressed to relax!


Other considerations:

* We are not responsible for anything lost or stolen, there is a coat rack and in room storage bins for your belongings.

* No consumption of food or drinks is allowed in the Children's Salt Therapy treatment room. Adults feel free to bring a bottle of water, coffee or tea for the Adult Salt Therapy Treatment Room - all liquids must have a lid, no glass bottles please.

*Salt room temperatures range from 68-72 degrees Fahrenheit. For your comfort please bring a light jacket or sweater. Blankets are provided as well. We recommend dressing comfortably; you do not change out of your clothes for the session.

Yoga Etiquette

You have made a positive choice to be pro-active in your well being though yoga practice!   Here is some information to help enhance your learning environment.

No experience or flexibility is required to practice yoga -- yoga is for EVERYONE!

Yoga is non-competitive.   It is a mindful practice with movement that can make the body stronger, more flexible and generally more health.   The purpose is to calm the mind, open the heart and become more aware of the connection between our body, our mind and our breath.

Come to class with an empty stomach (1 1/2 - 2 hours after a meal)  unless you have a condition that prevents this.  You may bring water in a closed container.

Please arrive to class 5-10 minutes early to allow yourself time to settle in.  

Bring your own mat if you have one for hygiene purposes.   You may use a studio mat until you get one,  but please clean it with provided wipes after class.   Arriving with clean feet is a plus!

Remove you shoes before entering the room.   We practice in our bare feet.  Wear comfortable clothing.

Refrain from wearing perfume, cologne or strong scents.   Turn off cell phones or leave in the car.

If you have a health issue, please inform the teacher before class.  

Honor your body, adjust a posture a necessary, ask for help from the instructor, and come out of a posture when you've had enough.  Be patient with our self if you are a beginner, your body will adjust in time.

Most classes end with "Namaste" which is a Sanskrit word that means, "the light in me honors the light in you".