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What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $20 for one 45-minute salt-therapy session for one person ($45 value)
- $31 for one 45-minute salt-therapy session for two people ($90 value)
- $55 for three 45-minute salt-therapy sessions for one person ($135 value)
Specially designed salt rooms imitate the microclimate of natural salt caves, aiming to remedy a variety of respiratory and skin conditions. During each 45-minute session, patients lounge inside an age-appropriate room and inhale microscopic particles of pure, untreated salt form salt mines, which works to absorb moisture, loosen mucus, and combat harmful bacteria. See the FAQ page.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Not valid for clients active within the past 12 month(s). Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Before opening Ocsalttherapy, Robert Condraschi spent sleepless nights listening to and worrying about the labored breathing of his 2-year-old son Constantin. After visiting dozens of doctors, all of whom offered different diagnoses for Constantin’s ailments, it became clear that surgery was the last viable treatment plan. Before agreeing to invasive measures, Robert and his son booked a trip to the Eastern European salt mines. Within days of basking in the therapeutic chamber, Constantin’s breathing grew steadier, and he slept through the night for the first time in years.
Now, Ocsalttherapy’s founders strive to spark similar recoveries in clients of all ages. They have coated three rooms from floor to ceiling in pure, untreated salt, and each room houses a halogenerator that disperses microscopic particles of salt through the air. In the adult room, clients recline on chaise lounges and listen to soothing music. In the children’s room, tykes can tinker with toys, help sentient salt shakers write letters to forlorn pepper grinders, or watch DVDs on flat-screen TVs as parents supervise through the glass door for kids 10 and up, or inside the room for those under 10.