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Session in a Salt Cave, Steam Cabinet, Turkish Bath, or All Three at Oasis Rehab Clinic (Up to 59% Off)

Port Credit

58% of 224 customers recommend

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In a Nutshell

Reduce stress and let muscles relax surrounded by steam or salt-infused air or within a traditional Turkish bath

The Fine Print

Expires 180 days after purchase. Limit 2 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required. New clients only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Breathing salt-infused air is an ancient way of keeping the body youthful, which explains why the girl on the Morton's Salt logo is still a pre-teen. Indulge in your own timelessness with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $15 for one salt-cave or steam-cabinet session (a $30 value)
  • $25 for one traditional Turkish bath (a $60 value)
  • $49 for all three treatments (a $120 value)

In the salt cave, users breathe in the negatively charged air of a room treated with salt, which can help to clear the respiratory passages and reduce stress and anxiety. Similar to a shower, the steam cabinet envelops users in a blanket of heated water vapour, and clients are surrounded by amenities, such as music from an MP3 player, spray jets, and a foot massager, that help them relax while loosening their muscles and boosting circulation.

Based on the traditional hamams of Istanbul, the Turkish bath features a raised stone platform surrounded by quartz tiles designed to remove static electricity from the air. Dressed in a towel and slippers, guests lay on the platform until they work up a healthy sweat, after which attendants exfoliate their skin with a body scrub before helping them relax with a full-body massage.


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58% of 224 customers recommend

  • “The outside of the building looks a bit run-down and the building itself is a house that was converted to have a "spa" setup to it, but this is just a factual...”

    “The outside of the building looks a bit run-down and the building itself is a house that was converted to have a "spa" setup to it, but this is just a factual observation; I'm not saying anything negative about it. You will be turned off if you think you are going to some chic spa. The Turkish massage was totally worth the visit and I would go again just for that. The steam-bath machine wasn't working and it would have been nice to get some sort of refund or maybe a coupon to make up for that. The salt cave thing...not really my kinda thing because it wasn't as relaxing as the Turkish bath was but because I did get to be in the cave with my wife, it was nice to just sit there together. I'd go back in a flash for the bath portion though.”

  • “relaxing treatment”

  • “The Turkish bath and steam bath were great. Salt cave was a unique experience. We were the first clients of the day so the sauna was still cold and we couldn't use...”

    “The Turkish bath and steam bath were great. Salt cave was a unique experience. We were the first clients of the day so the sauna was still cold and we couldn't use it. I'd recommend booking around lunch so you can take advantage of all the services.”

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    Port Credit

    1484 Hurontario St.

    Mississauga, Ontario L5G 3H6

    905-271-2201

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