Eden Salt Therapy

Respiratory • Skin • Allergies • Recovery

Salt Therapy Packages and Pricing

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Unlimited Membership Plans

Unlimited Monthly • $130/mo

Private Unlimited Monthly • $175/mo

Kids Unlimited Monthly • $99/mo

All of our memberships are month-to-month, but still require autopay. No contract required. Please provide 15 days notice prior to cancellation.
Unlimited 45-minute Salt Sessions
10% off all retail products
1 Free Guest Pass Monthly
Additional discounts on special events

Salt Therapy Sessions (45 Min)

Single Session • $35 $21

5-Session Package • $150 $85

10-Session Package • $250 $140

Kids Single Session • $15

Adult Private Session • $35 

Single Session • See schedule

The Origins of Salt Therapy

Dry salt therapy was first officially recognized as a therapy in 1843 by Polish physician Dr. Feliks Boczkowski, who noticed that the salt mine workers rarely suffered from respiratory issues. Impressed with the positive health benefits he witnessed in the salt mines, Dr. Boczkowski founded and opened the first health resort facility at the Wieliczka Salt Mine in Poland.

Yoga Class at Eden Salt Studio
Yoga Class at Eden Salt Studio

Natural salt caves have been used in Eastern Europe for more than 150 years. Throughout Eastern Europe, people started using hollowed-out areas of salt mines, which were referred to as “caves”, as underground health resorts and sanatoriums. In 1976, Russian doctors and scientists created the first halogenerator, which replicated the conditions of salt mines. As halotherapy grew more popular in the 1980s and 1990s, health and beauty resorts throughout Europe and Scandinavia began to install salt rooms and offer halotherapy as one of their restorative treatments. Thousands of patients have been successfully treated in Russia, Canada, UK, Australia, USA, and Indonesia.

Modern Dry Salt Therapy

Modern dry salt therapy (halotherapy) depends on the use of a machine called a halogenerator.  A halogenerator is a machine that disperses the dry salt aerosol into a salt therapy room.

In the United States, dry salt therapy started approximately 10 years ago with about a dozen facilities. Popular in states such as California and Florida, salt therapy is making its way across the country as an alternative and complementary treatment to improve respiratory issues, skin conditions, and overall wellness.

Eden Salt Studio salt therapy and yoga rooms are equipped with halo halogenerators to circulate dry, salty air to recreate the microclimate of an underground salt cave. While sitting in the salt room or practicing in the yoga studio and breathing the dry, salty air, clients will experience halotherapy treatment. Salt reaches the deepest part of the lungs to absorb bacteria, pollutants, and to provide an anti-inflammatory effect. The rooms are also adorned with 100% pure Himalayan pink salt to create a calming, visually pleasing environment.

Yoga Class at Eden Salt Studio

Respitory Benefits

Dry Salt Therapy is known to help with:

Chronic Bronchitis
Allergies
Sinusitis
Pneumonia

Skin Conditions

Dry Salt Therapy is known to help with:

Improves skin appearance & texture
Acne
Psoriasis
Eczema

Overall Wellness

Dry Salt Therapy is known to help with:

Reduce stress & anxiety
Boost immunity
Snoring and sleep apnea relief
More sound rest

Recovery

Dry Salt Therapy is known to help with:

Enhance athletic performance
Increase lung capacity
Reduce swelling
Reduce inflammation

Frequenty Asked Questions

What should I expect in a Salt Room session?

Each halotherapy session lasts 45 minutes. Our salt rooms allow for halotherapy to be experienced in a group setting. Private sessions are available by request for additional cost. Salt Therapy requires a device called a Halogenerator, which grinds salt into microscopic particles and then disperses them into a room where you relax and breathe normally. The finely-ground particles of salt are not visible in the air; however, you can feel the salt on your skin and taste it on your lips (yum!). Following the session, you may notice a faint layer of salt on dark clothing. The Adult Room is equipped with four Breathe loungers. These luxurious recliners rock you gently in accordance with your breath patterns. The room will be darkly lit and we ask that you “unplug” during your session. The Adult Room is equipped with headphones so that you can tune out and listen to relaxing, meditative sounds and music. We keep the temperature and humidity in the rooms at a level designed for the optimal experience. If desired, we provide soft blankets for your added relaxation. Please wear clean socks for group treatment rooms. Eden Salt Studio provides sterile booties to wear for your convenience as well. Lockers are available on-site to store your personal belongings such as electronics, shoes, and bags during your salt session.

How long does it take to alleviate symptoms?

This varies widely among individuals, and the condition being treated is a big factor. After the first session, many clients notice an immediate difference in their ability to breathe easier and report the best night’s sleep of their lives! Some conditions and milder symptoms will improve or dissipate within just a couple of sessions. Those with chronic conditions most likely need to come three times a week for the first 6-8 weeks. Those who come for stress relief and relaxation simply come as often as they like.

Is halotherapy safe for pregnant women?
Yes! Halotherapy is a great choice for expectant women who have asthma, allergies, skin conditions, and other respiratory illnesses during their pregnancy. It’s also a great way for expectant women to put sit back, relax, and put their feet up to relieve swelling. It is a 100% natural treatment that can alleviate symptoms and also boost the immune system. As with most activities during pregnancy, we recommend you check with your doctor before booking a session.
Is it safe to be taking in this much salt?

Consuming too much salt is linked to high blood pressure and other physical ailments. With salt therapy, you are inhaling a dry salt aerosol, which only enters your respiratory system not your digestive tract. The salt particles are so fine that even if you were to eat that amount it would not pose a risk to your health.

Are there any side effects?

Typically, there are no contraindications to dry salt therapy. Few individuals have experienced a slight throat tickle which can be treated with gargling warm to hot water. In cases with an individual that is highly sensitive they can experience slight skin irritation or red patches; however, they go away after a few sessions. If you experience increased coughing due to mucous buildup that means the salt therapy treatment is working. This is the body’s way of draining the mucous buildup. If you are concerned about potential side effects or interactions with medications, please consult your healthcare provider prior to attending a salt therapy session.

How clean are the salt rooms?

Salt has natural antibacterial properties and restricts bacteria from growing. Our ventilation system works throughout the entire session to circulate the air in the room, exhausting used air out and clean, fresh air in. There is no recycling of air back into the salt rooms. Chairs and toys are wiped down frequently. Blankets and headphones are sterilized and washed frequently as well. We ask that all clients entering into a salt room wear clean socks or the sterile booties provided by Eden Salt Studio.

Etiquette and Policies

Cancellation Policy

Adult Salt Sessions must be cancelled at least 2 hours in advance to avoid a Late Cancel. Kids Salt Sessions must be cancelled at least 2 hours in advance to avoid a Late Cancel. Clients with regular credit packages who cancel late or no-show will lose their credit. Clients on a month series or contract package will be charged $10 to the credit or debit card on file for every late cancel after a 2 session grace period per month. Even though you will still be charged, we ask that you do Late Cancel as a courtesy to clients on the waitlist as opposed to simply not showing up for a Session. Thank you for your cooperation and we look forward to best serving you under this Policy.

Inclement Weather Policy

In the event of a late opening or closing due to snow or other inclement weather, we will follow the Little Rock School District for all of our daytime classes. For evenings, class cancellations will be posted two hours prior to the scheduled class time. For our 6AM classes, the Studio Manager will email or text all those who are registered for the class. Please check our website or the MINDBODY mobile app, for up-to-date schedule changes. We will also attempt to make announcements on social media platforms. Your account will not be charged for studio closings.

Public Health and Safety Requirement

Admittance into all group sessions and classes must be avoided when in acute stages or contagious phases of any illness including; colds, coughs, flu, rashes, fever, athlete’s foot, diarrhea, acute active tuberculosis, cardiac insufficiency, COPD in the third stage,bleeding, spitting of blood, alcohol, or drug intoxication, unstable or uncontrolled hypertension, and acute stages of respiratory diseases. You may return when not contagious but may be asked to submit a doctor’s clean bill of health consent form if we feel your illness has not cleared up.

Other Policies
  • Due to the nature of the salt sessions, we ask that each client refrains from using heavy perfumes or strong body scents as this could interfere with other clients experiencing allergies or respiratory issues.
  • Our Adult Room accommodates up to 4 clients per session. The Kids Room is for children ages 12 and under; accommodates up to 6 clients (plus adult guardians) session.
  • Sessions begin promptly on the hour they are scheduled. Late walk-ins will not be accommodated if there are other clients in the Salt Rooms.
  • Wear socks or disposable booties while in the Salt Rooms.
  • Refrain from bringing cell phones and electronic devices into the Salt Rooms (except during Adult Express Sessions).
  • Refrain from bringing any food, drink, candy or gum into the Salt Rooms.
  • The Adult Salt Room is a quiet, healing, and relaxing space and all who enter must maintain that decorum.
  • You may not leave the Adult Salt Room once the halogenerator has started unless you have an emergency.