We are happy to bring Aki Salt Room to Erie, PA! We look forward to meeting you.
Your Salt Room Visit -
Aki Salt Room has walls and ceiling made of hand cut, artistically stacked, Himalayan salt bricks. The floor is covered with coarse Himalayan salt. The entry area floor is Himalayan salt tiles so that wheelchairs can easily access the room.
Shoes are not allowed in the salt room so you will be provided with a brand new pair of socks to wear into the room or you may bring your own socks to wear.
The salt room is kept at 68 degrees, consistent with an actual salt cave, so light blankets are provided for your comfort.
What Do I Do When I'm in the Salt Room?
During your 45 minute session in the salt room, you simply sit quitely and breathe in the salt air. At each of the 4 chairs in the room there has a blanket, 2 balls of himalayan salt you can use to help yourself relax and even a list of 12 things you can do to help yourself relax. There have been numerous studies to show that quieting the mind can be very beneficial to our overall health. It is for that reason we recommend that you enjoy this as quiet time instead of reading or even having conversation.
A Zen proverb explains: "the quieter you become, the more you are able to hear."
How Frequently Should I Come to the Aki Salt Room?
Like so many other forms of complimentary medicine, a salt room should not be considered a quick fix for anything. Instead, think of it as part of a healthy living choice and use it on a regular basis, whether that is a few time per week, weekly or monthly.
What Kind of Conditions Might a Salt Room Help Alleviate?
Please keep in mind that you do not need to have any symptoms of a health problem to find benefit from a salt room session. It primarly can be used to maintain overall well-being. However, people with the following conditions have found relief in a salt room:
- Coughs and chest congestion
- Cystic Fibrosis
- Exzema and dermatitis
- Seasonal allergies
- Sleep disorders
- Stress, anxiety and PTSD
·If you have any concerns about whether a salt room is a good choice for you, please consult your physician with any questions. If your physician is not familiar with salt rooms, we are happy to invite them to come visit us for a complentary session to learn more about it.