Depart the ordinary and relax with our Lapis and Oak Packages
There is much more to Lapis & Oak than just spa treatments. We provide affordable massages and skincare by licensed and skilled experts who are focused on your well-being. We deliver authenticity with every interaction while focusing on quality and value.
Taking care of yourself should be affordable, accessible, and ahh-inspiring. There are six treatment rooms for massage and skin care, a relaxation room, and a salt lounge at our facility.
In the Salt Lounge, you will find an unmatched ambiance devoted exclusively to salt therapy. The ingredients, materials, and members of our spa are all chosen with you in mind.
A simple yet supremely beneficial remedy, salt therapy is suitable for nearly everyone. Who doesn’t want to spend an hour reclining, breathing in gentle, healing air while drifting into a relaxed state? Your mind, lungs, and even skin will soon thank you for visiting Lapis & Oak’s active salt room.
Dry salt aerosol has real and measurable therapeutic benefits. It doesn’t matter whether you stop in for an hour during a weekend trip to Vegas or sign up for a series of sessions (Lapis and Oak Packages), you’ll feel calm well-being and begin to see tangible health improvements almost immediately. Salt therapy can be helpful for respiratory issues such as colds, asthma, bronchitis, allergies and sinus infections, as well as skin conditions such as dermatitis, acne, rosacea and eczema. Aside from being antibacterial and antimicrobial, it can also boost your immune system and strengthen your lungs.
The Salt Lounge at Lapis & Oak takes the concept one step further
Our active salt room is warm, inviting, and nearly sterile. To us, offering therapies while always prioritizing cleanliness and health is essential.
We use pharmaceutical-grade salt instead of the more common pink Himalayan salt found in other salt caves. Our halogenerator creates and circulates dry salt aerosol throughout the Salt Lounge, enabling micronized salt particles to travel throughout the room and permeate your air passages and skin.
Halotherapy isn’t new or experimental
Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine himself, prescribed salt inhalation to treat respiratory conditions more than 2000 years ago. Halo is derived from the Greek word for salt.
Throughout history, civilizations have used salt therapy to improve health and well-being.
Many novels feature characters who are sent to the seaside to recuperate when they are ill. A few chapters later, they return to their normal lives. What led to this? Air filled with salt!