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Guided Meditation, HaloBreathe,
& Aromatherapy

Add on to any HaloIR session at no addional charge.

Add on to any HaloIR session at no addional charge.

Add on to any HaloIR session.

RATE: $10

KSAra Guided Meditation
KSAra, the Sanskrit word for Salt, is a powerful combination of guided
meditation and halotherapy, two popular therapies now coming together as one. Dry salt therapy is anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory and relieves stress, boosts immunity and creates a deep relaxation. Layered on top, guided meditation takes it to the next level and can really have great results for stress and anxiety relief as well as teaching your clients to be able to breath better to maximize the Halotherapy experience and efficacy. Many of our customers wanted to mediate while experiencing halotherapy, but they just didn’t know how to mediate. So now we help them learn how to meditate using our specially designed guided meditations set up to work with our halotherapy time slots.

The benefits of guided meditation

Guided meditation is a wonderful option for beginners.

You can use guided meditation as a starting point for developing the skills to quiet your mind.

The mind wants to be entertained. When you sit in silence, your mind begins to wander. Getting your mind to focus can take a lot of concentration. With guided meditation, you have a better chance of focusing and enjoying the benefits of meditation.

You’ll see mental and physical benefits from guided meditation in regards to your sleep, concentration, anxiety, depression, and blood pressure. 

You may find you have better performance at work and improved relationships because you’re better able to concentrate and listen.

The key is committing to the practice.

HaloBreathe

Enhance your Halotherapy experience with HaloBreathe™! 

Unlock the full potential of your Halotherapy sessions. Developed in collaboration with global breathing experts, it enhances the effectiveness of every Halotherapy session. It's your new must-have companion for Halotherapy. 

Intertwining Breath and Salt with Patrick McKeown

Dive into a transformative journey with Patrick McKeown, a renowned international breathing expert. He introduces the powerful "box breathing" technique optimized for maximum benefit within our Halo Salt Sanctuary. You will be transported to a realm of relaxation and rejuvenation. This tranquil and uplifting soundtrack accompanies you through your halotherapy experience, encouraging deep and intentional breath to reap the full benefits of salt inhalation.

Jungle Breath Adventure with Jane Tarrant -- CHILDREN'S HALOTHERAPY

Teaming up with the fabulous Jane Tarrant a breathing re-trainer, we've created a captivating audio journey that takes young adventurers deep into the heart of the jungle, while simultaneously teaching them useful breathing techniques during a Halotherapy session. We bring together the magic of storytelling, the wonders of nature, and the science of halotherapy.

 It's not just an adventure—it's a guide on essential breathing techniques during a Halotherapy session.

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The benefits of aromatherapy

Aromatherapy, also known as essential oil therapy, is defined as a “holistic healing treatment that uses essential oils to improve the health of body, mind and spirit”. Essential oils are natural oils using plant extract. They are made by steaming or pressing different parts of a plant, which then captures the compound which produces the fragrance. These oils can be absorbed in many different ways, such as adding to a diffuser or through a massage. However, they are not meant to be ingested, as it could cause dangerous side effects.

The benefits of aromatherapy can be widespread, such as helping reduce stress and anxiety, relieving headaches, and improving the quality of sleep. Which essential oil (or blend of oils) you use would depend on what kind of symptoms you are experiencing. Some of the most popular oils include:

  • Lavender: Many find this scent relaxing and it is often used to help reduce stress or improve sleep. Other oils to help with stress and anxiety are chamomile and rose.

  • Peppermint: This oil can help aid with digestion, as well as help relieve headaches and tension.

When choosing the best oils, it’s important to think of purity of the oil, along with the quality. In addition, the effects of different oils can vary by individual and what may work for one person may not work for another. Some oils are also not good for pets, so before purchasing and diffusing, it’s important to do your research.

Finally, while these oils can be beneficial when used supplementary, they should not be used as a replacement treatment for anxiety, depression or any other mental health disorder. If you do decide you want to look into aromatherapy to help with anxiety, for example, it’s crucial to discuss with your doctor beforehand. So, try out different oils, see what works for you, but do so safely (and enjoy)!

https://www.mhainde.org/the-benefits-of-aromatherapy/

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