On your first visit to the Salt Room you will be asked to fill out client forms and participate in a brief Salt Therapy orientation and consultation.

You will be asked to remove your footwear. Disposable foot covers are provided, and must be worn in the salt room. Please keep these and bring them to your next session.

Please wear comfortable clothing. You will simply put your feet up and recline in one of our comfortable recliners. Once your treatment session begins, we encourage you to practice deep breathing, inhaling through your nose, to get the full benefit of the dry salt aerosol.

We provide cozy blankets and individual i-Pods and headsets to enhance relaxation as you experience the therapeutic effects of inhaling the dry salt aerosol in The Salt Room. You are welcome to bring your own music if you like.

Please refrain from using cell phones, computers, cameras, etc., when other clients are present.

During the session the lights will be dimmed. You will know your half hour treatment is complete when the lighting has been returned to normal.

Once a session begins, no one will be permitted to enter the treatment room, so as not to disturb clients who have started a treatment session.

Ohana Health & Wellness Centre is a scent-free clinic. Please refrain from using/wearing any perfumes, lotions, oils, fragrances, etc.

In order to maintain the sterile environment in the Salt Room, food or drinks is not permitted inside.

Please do not exit the salt room once a session has started, unless it is an emergency.

The Salt Room is a completely sterile and very delicate environment that requires responsible and respectful conduct at all times. We ask you and/or your children refrain from touching the walls. You are however encouraged to enjoy the plentiful salt on the floor.

Avoid using Halotherapy during the acute or contagious phase of any illness, including the following: colds, flu, infections accompanied by fever, acute active tuberculosis, cardiac insufficiency, COPD in the third stage, bleeding, spitting of blood, alcohol or drug intoxication, unstable or uncontrolled hypertension, and acute stages of respiratory diseases.