Bands of glowing lights smoulder with neon pink, red, orange, and blue hues, their luminous beams flickering against exposed-brick walls. On the floor below, radiant boulders emanate equally vibrant tones, but their purpose is more than aesthetic. The jagged chunks are large pieces of Himalayan salt, which waft tiny, activated particles through the air and deep into the lungs of patrons to help naturally vanquish a wide range of ailments, such as allergies, sinus congestion, stress, and respiratory issues. Known as halotherapy, the treatment utilizes salt's inherent properties to conquer bacteria and infections, and to flush them out via the body's own natural processes. During sessions in Salt Infusion Therapy's simulated salt-cave environment, groups of visitors convene around the glowing salt pieces, relaxing as the rocks work to alleviate troublesome symptoms and try to find a way to win against paper and scissors.