About Halotherapy

About Halotherapy

Halotherapy Spa for Buffalo & Olean, NY

A History Of Excellence

Modern use of salt therapy (halotherapy) started in Germany when Dr. Karl Herman Spannage noticed an improvement in the health of his patients after they hid in local salt caves to escape heavy bombing during WWII. Since then, many European spas and medical clinics have incorporated halotherapy into their practices. Himalayan salt caves are commonly found in Poland, Pakistan, Estonia and Germany.

In 1843, Dr. Felix Boczkowski believed the air in the Wieliczka Poland Salt Mine had healing effects on people with respiratory conditions. Today, the Wieliczka Salt Mine operates as the largest underground rehab and treatment center in the world.
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"You can trace every sickness, every disease, and every ailment to a mineral deficiency." 

Linus Pauling, PhD, winner of two Nobel Prizes

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Owner, Tracy Draper has been a massage therapist for more than ten years. While working in Asheville, NC back in 2013, she was introduced to the concept of halotherapy (the use of salt vapor to treat a variety of physical ailments). In 2014, she opened Western New York's first authentic European-built Himalayan salt cave. Salt caves have been used in holistic treatments throughout Europe for decades, dating back to WWII, when people hid in the salt caves to escape bombing. Now, halotherapy is practiced worldwide.

We invite you to set an appointment today.
Experience the unmatched benefits of our Halotherapy spa.

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