Salt Booths & Capsules - Portland
For many salt therapy clients in Portland, use of an enclosed salt booth provides the best experience. The halotherapy experts at TouchAmerica, in collaboration with Saltability, have created the ideal solution. Introducing the Salt Capsule™. If you’re looking an affordable, effective salt therapy unit for your Portland massage therapy practice, wellness center, day spa, destination resort, holistic health care practice, fitness center, upscale hotel or home, you need to consider the Salt Capsule from TouchAmerica. Unlike some of the more sterile-looking alternatives, the Salt Capsule is warm, inviting and includes a tiled Himalayan Salt Wall. People who are looking for a private, pleasant salt therapy experience will find it in our Salt Capsule. It’s the size of a standard shower, with a glass door and two side-light glass panels. Comfortable seating and soft lighting make it easy to relax, read a book, meditate or listen to music. Whether you call the enclosed upright salt therapy unit a salt column, a salt booth or even a halo shower, it’s an ideal addition to any salt room. The enclosed space in the salt booth makes it more efficient than open spaces. Clients can often enjoy the benefits of dry salt therapy treatments in 1/4 to 1/3 of the time of a traditional salt room. Salt booths take up less space, cost less than large salt rooms and can accommodate more clients in the course of a day’s operation. TouchAmerica is proud to provide our customers in Portland and the state of Oregon with quality salt products. So when it’s time to add a salt booth to your spa, resort, wellness center, or wellness practice, select the salt booth that includes halogenerator ventilation AND the relaxing ambiance of a tile salt wall. Choose the TouchAmerica Salt Capsule. You can contact the halotherapy specialists at TouchAmerica today at 1-800-678-6824, or by email at info@TouchAmerica.com.
Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration or the Canadian Medical Device Bureau of the Therapeutic Product Directorate (TPD). These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.