The crunch of salt under foot. Soothing strains of spa music. The taste of salt on the lips. These sensations enrapture visitors to Salt Escape's halo-therapy chambers. Claiming accolades from CBS DFW and NBC DFW, experts have designed sterilized chambers to mimic the conditions of ancient salt caves once thought to grant healing properties. Between walls, floors, and ceilings coated in a layer of negative-ionized natural rock salt, Salt Escape works to create a spa environment filled with toys, café tables, and a stereo system to soothe adults and children more effectively than a night-light covered in honey. Halo-generators fill the air with controlled bursts of crushed salt, which generates a microclimate and assuages respiratory and skin conditions. To facilitate comfortable treatment sessions, staff members beckon visitors to recline in zero-gravity chairs, which cradle spines to neutralize the effects of gravity and recent rugby tournaments.
At Salt Miracle Wellness Center, visitors read, nap, or simply relax. And these everyday tasks are imbued with health benefits, thanks to the setting: small rooms made with Dead Sea salt. Clients sit as soothing wave sounds play, all the while breathing in salt-infused vapor. Aside from the calming effects of simply imitating a cured ham, sessions can combat chronic respiratory issues and help restore bodily balance. And if guests wish to further promote their wellness, the center also offers massages as well as skincare services, reflexology treatments, and complimentary consultations and tours.
Salt Cave of Southlake provides spa-like treatment chambers with imported Himalayan rock salt from Eastern Europe. This type of salt purifies the air and absorbs excess moisture. At the Salt Cave, the salt does much of the same work, only here it does so while you breathe it in. Its all-natural healing properties can help clear up many common respiratory and skin ailments, ranging from asthma and acne to emphysema and sinus infections. Plus, you can enhance the salt's holistic benefits by participating in the facility's halo yoga sessions. During those, students flow through movements inside a salt cave, which is better than doing yoga inside a traditional studio or a chilly meat locker.
The glowing walls inside Ariasalt Salt Therapy Center's treatment rooms are covered in salt. The floors are covered in salt. Even the custom light fixtures are made of salt. And though you can't see it, salt aerosol fills the air, bringing its therapeutic benefits directly into visitors' lungs.
Those benefits are innumerable. Salt therapy aims to alleviate conditions ranging from allergies to asthma and can heal external skin issues such as eczema. It's easy to relax during the treatment sessions, thanks to the center's zero-gravity massage chairs and relaxing music. There are group rooms with privacy partitions, private rooms in which you can adjust the air's salinity, and even a children's room with a slide and salt castles.
It's oft said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but Lindsey Coleman does her best to transfer it from her eye to her clients' bodies. Coleman honed her skills in the Forth Worth beauty dojo known as Ogle School Hair, Skin, & Nails before bringing her suite of skills to Legacy Salons and Day Spa. Though Coleman offers some hair-focused services such as eyelash extensions or waxing, her main focus remains the skin. She reduces pore size, banishes wrinkles, and infuses the body's largest organ with essential nutrients through a variety of delivery systems, ranging from facials to body scrubs and wraps. Like the sun, Coleman's even capable of darkening the skin with her airbrush tans or fusing hydrogen into helium with her hair dryer.