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Coronavirus COVID-19 and Salt Therapy at Salt Sensations

Our COVID-19 Process and Questions Answered

To Our Valued Salt Family Clients,

As wellness practitioners, our team is always committed to the health of our clients and staff and we work to keep our facility clean and disinfected. In regard to the unsettling spread of COVID-19, we wanted to update you on the additional precautions we’ve implemented.

Due to the nature of our business our salt rooms have been built with commercial grade equipment and sanitation measures. Salt is naturally anti-bacterial, anti-viral, but some are "Halo-resistant," so while we are cleaning, disinfecting, and utilizing safe practices with enhanced procedural precautions to try and mitigate issues, it is not 100% effective. Many of our clients have respiratory concerns and routine Salt therapy is essential to keeping them well, so we are working diligently to keep a clean environment.

Enhanced Internal Procedures:

  • After a treatment or service, towels and linens are removed and laundered and washed using non-irritating, fragrance-free detergent.
  • Our facility is routinely cleaned and disinfected, which will continue.
  • Each room is disinfected to try and render viruses inert.
  • High contact areas, locker keys, door knobs, bathrooms, salt rooms, etc. are disinfected after each use multiple times a day.
  • Our check-in area is routinely disinfected multiple times a day.
  • No employee is permitted to work if he/she feels unwell or exhibits any symptoms of COVID-19.

While these steps are no guarantee to prevent COVID-19, we take the outbreak very seriously, and want to do try and ensure a clean and safe environment.

Guest Protocols:

  • ****In an effort to maintain a healthy environment and for the safety of our Salt Room Family, if you are running a fever, feeling sick with any COVID-19 symptoms, or recovering from a recent illness we ask that you hold off in making any appointment at this time and consult with your doctor.****
  • If you not exhibiting any of the above elements and you are attending we ask that you follow these simple steps to maintain a healthy environment for everyone while ensuring a best-in-class experience for you and our wellness community.
  • Upon arrival, we ask that our guests wash their hands with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, mouth, and face before or after your treatment.
  • While you’re visiting our facility, and in general, please cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue which should be discarded in the trash.
  • If you feel sick, have a runny nose, are coughing or recovering from a recent illness, please let our staff know as soon as possible. We will help you reschedule your appointment. We appreciate that this may be frustrating but please know that your health is our priority.

Thank you for helping us get through this together.


  1. Does Salt Therapy prevent Coronavirus?  No.  Salt therapy does not prevent viruses. Salt is naturally anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial and can improve and strengthen respiratory health and overall health and wellness.
  2. I think I might have been in contact with someone diagnosed with Coronavirus.  Can I come in for a session to try and boost my respiratory health to fight it?   NO.   Please do NOT come in.  You should follow leading health and governmental recommendations and consult with your doctor.
  3. I have a fever but don’t think I have been exposed to the Coronavirus, is it ok to come in? NO. We ask that if any time you have a fever please do not come to The Salt Room, that is our common practice.  In many other flu and sicknesses, a fever is a sign of being infectious and we ask that wait until you no longer have a fever and consulted with your doctor before scheduling your next visit to The Salt Room.   We DO recommend getting salt therapy routinely to help yourself stay well year round vs just coming when you aren’t feeling well.