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Cave Etiquette

We are so excited for you to experience Sól! We would like to ensure that everyone has a relaxing and positive experience. We have compiled a list of what to expect and some “do’s and don’ts”. 

What To Know About Seating

UPDATE: As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, all salt cave sessions will not be in a group setting. When you book a session, it will only be the members of your party, up to six people.   

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You may choose either a zero gravity chair or lay directly on the salt floor with a blanket and pillow, just like at the beach.  We have two reclining chairs with ottomans right at the entrance for those who may have mobility issues. Wheelchairs are welcome as well on our Himalayan brick entrance. Please notify us at time of the appointment if you need wheelchair accessibility as we only have space for one per session.

 

What To Wear

You may dress normally. You may keep your shoes on if you wish, but you must also wear the surgical “booties” that we provide over your shoes. You can also go barefoot, but again, with the booties. Or you can wear your socks. Please keep clothing on!! If you are hoping to get relief from skin issues such as acne, psoriasis and eczema it is recommended to wear shorts and t-shirt or tank top and not to cover with a blanket to expose as much skin as possible. If it is winter time you may bring a change of clothes. The cave stays between 68-70 degrees to help mimic the climate of a true salt cave and better saturation of the air for proper inhalation of the salt. We provide blankets for those who would prefer to cover up. All blankets, pillows and towels are laundered between each session as well as all furniture gets cleaned and sanitized.    

We want to make this experience enjoyable for everyone as it is meant
to be and thank you for your cooperation!

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