Palm Beach Illustrated


hile too much salt in your diet is a no-no, adding salt to your spa routine continues to receive rave reviews. The in Delray Beach highlights the power of salt and its respiratory benefits—this time in consideration of the COVID-19 pandemic. During the experience, created by salt experts at Boca Raton–based Himalayan Source, individuals in a private treatment room breathe in pharmaceutical-grade particles of salt from a halogenerator (known as halotherapy) while relaxing on a massage table that provides other therapies, including LED light therapy. With a glowing salt wall as a backdrop and the accompaniment of guided meditation to restore body, mind, and spirit, this treatment promises both rejuvenation and re-centering in a safe environment. ()

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