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Blog2018-12-11T16:39:34+00:00

Salt Therapy FAQs

Since opening last April these are the most frequently asked questions at Breathe Salt and Sauna. Can I catch other peoples' germs or viruses in the Salt Rooms? Salt is naturally antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory. It kills almost all bacteria on contact.  At Breathe Salt & Sauna, we have pure Himalayan salt brick walls and crushed salt on the floor, in addition to the 99.9% pure pharmaceutical-grade salt that is blown into the air.  The microclimate of our salt room is said to be two times cleaner than a sterile surgery roomin a hospital.  Therefore, it is nearly impossible to [...]

December 21st, 2018|

Buzzed Into Madison

  WISC-TV3’s exclusive Buzzed Into Madison starring Emmy Fink and Breathe Salt and Sauna. They offer a series of wellness services for guests seeking additional relief from illness as well as those looking for a day of relaxation while easily improving their general wellbeing. Breathe Salt & Sauna brings halotherapy (salt therapy) and infrared saunas together, in one convenient place. Breathe Salt & Saunas gift cards make great holiday gifts and stocking stuffers.  

November 19th, 2018|

Meditation and Stress Management 

  Last month at Breathe Salt & Sauna, I attended the Gentle Stretching Meditation Class and the Stress Management Workshop. I had never tried meditation or stress management prior to these experiences. Stesha Larson from Abundant Joy Yoga guided the meditation class. Heidi Lindsey led the Stress Management Workshop. Both ladies were extremely qualified and passionate about what they were teaching. It was obvious that they truly cared about the subject matter, and that it was important to them to make sure that everyone was enjoying and benefiting from their classes. Just realizing that made me appreciate them even more! [...]

November 9th, 2018|

The Breathe SOLE Starter Jar

The Breathe SOLE Starter Jar (pronounced SO-LAY) The great Roman poet, Horace, wrote in an ode, “Carpe diem.” It means to seize the day or to live life to the fullest, and be happy and healthy while doing so. “Healthy” didn’t mean the same in Ancient Rome as it does now. Our caloric intake and hours spent at the gym are only a partial measure of our health. The other important factors are defined by how much we love our lives, bodies, and the people we surround themselves with -- similar to the way the Romans lived. SOLE salt-infused water [...]

November 1st, 2018|