ASHEVILLE SALT CAVE
Asheville’s only salt cave that is sustainable and growing! The air in our therapeutic salt cave is intensely saturated with negative ions, while the salt rock crystals in the cave release 84 trace elements and minerals which are essential to the homeostasis of our bodies.
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We invite you to relax and recharge in our nature inspired salt cave. With 20 tons of pure pink salt, we have naturally recreated the micro climate of a salt mine. We sustain this climate by maintaining the specific temperature and humidity levels found in a naturally occurring cave. The salt in our cave comes from all corners for the earth: from deep in the Polish salt mines, to the Dead Sea, to the Himalayan Mountains, to the Celtic Sea. It is anti-bacterial, uncontaminated by dirt, and is free of toxins and pollutants.
Relax in either a zero gravity chair or comfy pillows and blankets on the salt floor, while ambient music is infused in the space to help you to drift off into your own meditation.
We are located at 16 N. Liberty St., near the Asheville Yoga Center Contact Us 828.236.5999
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