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NATURAL SALT THERAPY IN LONDON

LUXURY IN HEALTH

Experience the therapeutic effects of our salt chambers, designed in collaboration with leading experts in the field of speleotherapy.

A SALT ROOM CAN HELP WITH  disease prevention, immunity strengthening and treatment of and various respiratory conditions.

What makes us different from other salt rooms?

We use coarse-grained salt in our rooms and conduct regular wet cleaning of the walls and floors. This is vital because sodium chloride naturally attracts many impurities in the atmosphere. We do not use active halogeneretors  so pregnant women and children can safely use our facilities thanks to the absence of large sodium chloride particles.

Reduced medication

Regular use of our natural salt caves can reduce your reliance on inhalers and antibiotics

Improved lung function

Salt therapy can help make your breathing easier in just a few sessions by alleviating coughing, sneezing and shortness of breath

Reduce illness

Salt therapy can increase your resistance to respiratory tract infections

A LUXURY EXPERIENCE

THE BEST SALT CAVE IN TOWN

Our London-based salt cave also functions as our show room where you can view the materials and become familiar with the quality of our work.

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What the press are saying

HELEN FAWKES

BBC

The mine is said to have a unique micro-climate because of tiny salt particles in the air.

It is claimed that this helps people with breathing difficulties. Many of the patients have already been won over.

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NELI C BILHA & IURI SIMIONCA

EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL

The study cannot separately assess the involvement of each factor, but despite this shortcoming, the salt mine speleotherapy proves it’s potential. We confirmed that a successful rehabilitation process harmonizes body, mind and soul, thus realizing a general remodelling.

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TOM PARFITT

THE GUARDIAN

“Recently we’ve had people from Germany, the US and Poland,” the chief doctor, Yaroslav Chonka, told the Guardian. “We’re particularly interested in establishing links with British patients because of the high incidence of asthma.”

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