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Community Salt Cave: starts at $24

Private Salt Cave: starts at $235

60 Minute Salt Cave Couples Massage: $405

90 Minute Salt Cave Couples Massage : $485

60 Minute Hot Stone Salt Cave Couples Massage: $445

90 Minute Hot Stone Salt Cave Couples Massage: $525


$60 for 1 person, $55/person for 2-3 people, $50/person for 4 people, and $45/person for 5 people


Therapeutic Massage

30 minutes……….$60
45 minutes……….$80
60 minutes……….$100
90 minutes………$140

Couples Massage in Healing Arts Room

60 minutes……….$265

90 minutes............$345

60 minute hot stone......$305

90 minute hot stone......$385

Hot Salt Stone Therapy

60 minutes……….$120
90 minutes……….$160

Heal Your Sole Foot Massage

45 minutes……….$80

Energy Healing

45 minutes……….$80

Aromatherapy Salt Glow

60 minutes……….$130
90 minutes……….$170

Staff Appreciation Night: A Gathering of 14 Salty Dawgs!

What a sweet splendid evening we had, and a reminder of how important it is to break out of our routines, laugh, love, and connect with those around us.

Salty Places: The Dead Sea

With 33.7% salinity, this is one of the world's saltiest bodies of water!

Boost Your Health By Reducing Your Stress

Studies have shown that when we reduce stress, our bodies can begin to heal more effectively.

Himalayan Crystal Salt a Health Benefit

Himalayan Crystal Salt is one of the most profound and fundamental health re-discoveries of our time.

Spring Is In The Air

Allergy sufferers can often trace their sniffles back to tree pollen. Learn to identify the signs between allergies and symptoms of the common cold.

Water and Salt: The Essence of Life

The amniotic fluid in the womb is 1 % water and salt solution - the sole.  The word sole (natural salt solution) is directly connected to the word “soul”.

Balance Your Chakras

Energy healers assess and then balance our 7 chakras or energy centers in order to maintain ones well-being.

Salt Cave Benefits

One powerful and often underestimated salt cave benefit is its relaxing environment.

A Tea Journey In The Salt Cave

This article appeared in the October issue of The Laurel of Asheville.

On this day in History

On this day in history, November 5, 1922, tuberculosis medical pioneer Dr. Karl Von Ruck passed away in Asheville.

Health at the Asheville Salt Cave

A national publication has written about our Salt Cave and Asheville in Health and Wealth magazine.

The Secret of The Salt Cave

The secret of our cave is simple: the air is enriched with salt trace elements and ions.

Cooking on A Himalayan Salt Slab

Cooking on a Himalayan Salt Slab adds enormous depth of flavor to foods without over-salting.

It All Comes Full Circle

The microclimate of our cave is created by keeping it at a constant temperature and humidity and by feeding the saturated air with "sole", a highly saturated  solution of salt and water,  from our two water features.

Asheville as a Health Retreat

As far back as 1795, records show that the area of Asheville, NC was regarded as a place to come to heal oneself.