Columbia, April 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Columbia, Georgia –
Sol Himalayan Salt Cave & Spa in Evans, Georgia, has recently announced that they have a number of spa services available for their customers to enjoy at their day spa and salt cave location. Sol Himalayan Salt Cave & Spa is the region’s first choice for holistic health spas, offering a variety of natural solutions that could help improve their clients’ health. As the only salt cave in the Evans, GA area, Sol Himalayan Salt Cave & Spa is known best for their salt therapy, or halotherapy, services. They also have an excellent team of skilled professional massage therapists and estheticians on their staff providing a range of top quality massage, facial, and other popular spa services. Anyone interested in experiencing salt therapy, massage therapy, a full spectrum sauna, or the spa’s Zen Room and Amethyst BioMat can visit their website to find out more information about their location and hours, or contact the spa to make an appointment for one of their many services. The team at Sol Himalayan Salt Cave & Spa is happy to talk to potential clients about all of their services and the potential wellness benefits of each, to help clients decide what kind of service or treatment is right for them.
Salt therapy, or halotherapy, the popular service the spa is known for in the Evans, Georgia area, requires a machine called a halogenerator, which grinds and crushes pure sodium chloride salt into tiny microparticles and then pushes them out into the air of the treatment room. This kind of treatment originated in the 12th century, when people in Eastern Europe frequently visited salt caves for their therapeutic benefits, a practice known as speleotherapy. Several centuries later, in the 1800s, it was discovered that Polish salt miners tended to be unusually healthy, for the general population, nevermind for people working in the mining profession, who are often plagued with lung conditions and other maladies. It is thought that because the tiny particles they were inhaling from their mining work was not, for example, coal soot, but microparticles of pure sodium chloride salt, the miners had even better health outcomes than the general population, and research suggests that the salt they were inhaling may have protected them from some of the respiratory conditions that most people experience from time to …….