Basking in the ultimate healing vibes of these salt caves is super affordable too- just $14 for 45 minutes.
Whether you’re in the middle of your semester or dealing with too much to do at work, this time of year can be stressful for just about anyone. Sometimes, you just have to find a good way to relax. Pampering yourself is easy when you go to the salt caves of Tennessee.
It’s as close to heaven as you can get, and once you try it, salt therapy might just be your new favourite thing.
When you first walk in, it hits you. The warming sensation from the amber-hued Himalayan salt, the calming glow from the ambient lighting, this might be the best thing you have ever experienced. And with good reason!
Some evidence suggests that inhaling Himalayan salt is good for your vascular and respiratory systems. Regardless, once you get in the room, you’ll see for yourself just how relaxing it really is.
According to the Serenity Salt Cave website, “Salt therapy has been used for more than 30 years in Ukraine. Many Eastern European countries have been using this conventional therapy to treat many symptoms. The room is set up with salt walls and floors combined with the controlled temperature and humidity simulate that of the Ukraine salt caves which creates a hypo–bacterial and allergen-free air environment.”
Besides the medical stuff, the salt cave was created to help with emotional wellbeing as well.
Designed by Dr. Margaret Smiechowski, the salt cave is meant to exude health and peace in the whole of its atmosphere. A 45-minute session in the cave only costs $14, so it’s a relatively affordable way to feel your best. You might just be surprised at how much better you feel when you walk out.
The Serenity Salt Cave offers other forms of treatments as well, and some of them might intrigue you. Like the
Infrared Sauna Sessions, or the Infrared Amethyst Bio Mat.
And, if you want to take some of the awesome salt vibes home with you, they have a gift shop too! That’s where you can find salt scrubs, salt lamps, and other salt treats.
Next time you’re in Tennessee, make sure you pop in for a visit.