Join us for a session of halotherapy at The Salt Cave in Minneapolis. Our time in the cave includes a relaxation session led by Sarah Smriga of True Sanctuary. Sarah will lead us in meditation to bring us into deeper relaxation as we detoxify in the salt cave.
Friday, February 9, 2018.
5:45 PM beginning with a brief orientation – 7:00 PM
The Salt Cave MPLS: 4811 Nicollet Ave S. MPLS, MN 55419
This event is limited to 10 participants.
MWP Members only.
Registrations will be taken on a first-come, first served basis.
Payment is required to secure your spot for this event.
Cost: $35 per person. Proceeds will benefit the MWP Scholarship Fund.
Registration: You can mail your $35 check to MWP, 5244 114th Ave, Clear Lake MN 55319
Or you can pay using your credit card through PayPal
Registration deadline: Friday, January 26th.
Brief Description from the Salt Cave website:
The Salt Cave is a one-of-a-kind place designed to promote and support relaxation and general wellness. The walls and floor were constructed by hand using more than six tons of pure Himalayan crystal salt, and the air in the cave is treated by a specialized halogenerator, which infuses the air with a dry aerosol containing tiny particles of pharmaceutical grade salt. Clinical studies have shown that when people inhale this type of salt air, it can help to stimulate the natural ability of their respiratory system to reduce inflammation, fight infection, clear blockages and reduce discomfort. Visitors typically spend each 45-minute session relaxing in a comfortable zero-gravity recliner. Alternately, special group sessions might include yoga/meditation or storytelling for kids. In all cases, the primary source of respiratory benefit is the inhalation of the cave’s specially treated salt air. For more information, visit https://saltcaveminnesota.com/
FFI: Farren Swanson at [email protected]
Cancelation/Refund Policy: 50% of the registration fee will be refunded upon cancelation up to seven days before the event. No refunds will be given when the cancelation occurs seven or less days (one week) prior to the event. If the cancelation occurs due to unusual circumstances, the event committee can choose to send a refund.