New Dry Salt Therapy Center Now in Frisco




The Salt Retreat, located at 2552 Stonebrook Parkway, Suite 925 at the Shops of Stonebrook, is the Metroplex’ second dry salt therapy center. Locally owned and operated by a husband and wife team, The Salt Retreat was born out of a desire to bring dry salt therapy to the Frisco community.

Owner Heather Tognazzini says, “Halotherapy (dry salt therapy) is widely used in Eastern Europe as a natural way to cleanse the respiratory system and relieve symptoms associated with many common ailments such as allergies and asthma.”

As dry salt is piped into a treatment room, clients relax in luxury anti-gravity recliners and breathe in the therapeutic mist. “Due to its natural antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, salt also has many healing benefits for the skin, and those with acne, psoriasis and eczema also are finding relief with this drug-free therapy,” says Tognazzini.

For more information, call 469-345-7258, email [email protected]TheSaltRetreat.com or visit TheSaltRetreat.com.

 

 

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