Salt enhances flavor, preserves food, and, when thrown over the shoulder, wards off oncoming slugs. Explore nature's most versatile compound with today's Groupon to Salinair Salt Room. Choose from the following options:
- For $15, you get one salt-room treatment for one person (a $45 value).
- For $40, you get three salt-room treatments for one person (a $135 value).
- For $40, you get a salt-room rental for up to 12 people (8 adults and 4 children) (up to a $140 value).
Owners Iosif and Ella Meluta founded Salinair Salt Room, Michigan's sole salt-therapy oasis, after witnessing the symptoms of their son's asthma subside with salt treatments. During a 45-minute halotherapy treatment, a fine saline mist diffuses into the air in an effort to replicate the conditions of therapeutic European salt mines, which are thought to treat respiratory and skin ailments. Clients bask in plush armchairs cast in an incandescent violet glow that illuminates the salt rooms, and snow-white salt covers the walls, imbuing them with a crystalline sheen akin to sparkling jewels or a firefly's mischievous wink. Children as young as six months old can take advantage of halotherapy in a child-friendly salt room that entertains tykes with a television and toys.
Halotherapy delivers no more than 45 milligrams of sodium chloride into bodies, less than 1% of most Americans' daily salt consumption, barring Americans employed as professional salt tasters. Peruse the FAQ page here to learn more about the benefits of halotherapy.
Salinair Salt Room
Iosif and Ella Meluta’s son, Alex, was diagnosed with asthma when he was 6 years old. To combat the disease, the Melutas sought out the therapeutic effects of salty air, taking him on seaside vacations, visiting salt rooms throughout the United States and Canada, and traveling to Eastern Europe’s salt mines. Eventually, Iosif and Ella created a salt-infused microclimate right in the Detroit area, the Salinair Salt Room, which Alex could incorporate into his everyday life. Nowadays, thanks to regular salt-room sessions, Alex is pursuing his dream of playing pro tennis.
The salt room’s healing properties are not just available to Alex. Clients of all ages who are struggling with conditions such as asthma, common colds, and stress can lounge in its zero-gravity chairs as they nap or surf the web during halotherapy. The therapy simply entails breathing the room’s air, which is suffused with salt microparticles and negative ions that soothe respiratory systems. As sessions unfold, adults can enjoy the relaxing effects of dimmed colored lights and music, and kids can play with Alex and his stash of toys.
Salinair Salt Room
131 W Auburn Rd.
Rochester Hills, MI 48307