Abu Dhabi World at Honuae -Is Abu Dhabi’s first salt therapy room a gimmicky trend or a natural way of treating health concerns?

Offering a wide range of natural therapies, House of Nature is a holistic wellness centre for clients of all ages. Choose from a selection of therapeutic treatments and classes including Ayurveda, yoga and meditation. Aside from its licensed practitioners and skilled therapists, the centre also features the first salt therapy room in Abu Dhabi, providing healing benefits for different conditions including allergies, asthma, insomnia, skin conditions and sinusitis.

This salty treatment will make you feel great!

What is salt therapy?

No, salt therapy doesn’t involve eating spoonfuls of the crystalline mineral; this is far more therapeutic than that.

Today’s salt therapy is a modern version of an Eastern European tradition where people chilled out in natural salt caves to improve their overall wellbeing.

The ancient practice – also known as halotherapy, derived from the Greek word for salt, ‘alas’ – is said to help improve constriction of our airways, easing symptoms like coughing, wheezing and asthma.

Abu Dhabi World at House of Nature
Abu Dhabi World at Honuae

Himalayan salt, in particular, is also said to have anti-bacterial and anti-microbial effects, be a natural moisturizer and aid in detoxification, making it a great way to combat respiratory conditions, alleviate stress and treat skin conditions.

It seems overall, salt is a pretty powerful mineral.

How does it work?

Much like a zen room, the salt therapy room at House of Nature Medical Center is dimly lit, with a wall of pink Himalayan salt bricks, a line of comfy lounge chairs and a floor made of ground Himalayan salt, giving a natural, beachy feel to the room.

Rachael Perrett

A multi-purpose space, the room is used for various services including massages, meditation and even yoga. A vent in the room blows out salt-infused air.

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WORDS Rachael Perrett

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