My first time in a salt room was not at this location. If it wasn't for that experience my rating for this location would have included more stars because the attendants are so nice. Unfortunately, the salt room at Massage Masters is lacking in many areas. The room itself is very small, with only three chairs. There is only one room for both kids and adults, so if you're booked at the same time as a child, there won't be too much relaxing time for you. You're literally like two-three feet away from any other person in the room and there are only three chairs.
The biggest drawback for me is the salt concentration in the room during the session. In my previous experiences with salt room therapy, I leave the room covered in salt. I can tell because my hair, a dark color, turns gray. After my first session at the Salt Chalet, my hair didn't change at all. I also started noticing that the tube where the salt air comes out from stops emitting any salt clouds about half way through the session or sometimes even earlier. My poor rating doesnt only have to do with the way my hair looks and the amount of salt clouds I see coming into the room. In order to feel the same immediate affects as I have in other salt rooms I have to stay in the room for two sessions at a time. While talking to an employee and other salt room clients, they alluded to the fact that the machine needs to be cleaned and is very old. They suggested I ask the attendants (who are very nice) to put an extra cup of salt in the machine half way through the session. It just makes me wonder if the owners of the salt chalet are just trying to increase profits by decreasing the amount of salt they use during treatments or by refusing to fix or replace the salt machine. If that's the case, it's almost like you're paying them to sit in one of their rooms for 45 minutes and that's it.
I'm only being critical because I hope, hope, hope that the salt chalet starts adding in more salt to the halogenator, or that they clean it, or get a new one because I am a huuuuge advocate for the benefits of salt therapy and would hate to have to drive long distances to try out another salt room.