South Surrey wellness centre offers to help clear air

Salt Wellness Centre is offering free dry salt therapy for those with respiratory conditions who are struggling due to poor air quality.

A South Surrey wellness centre is offering free dry salt therapy sessions for those with respiratory conditions who are experiencing difficulties as a result of the wildfire-related air quality.

Salt Wellness Centre owner Angie Dosanjh said the offer for a 45-minute session at the 103-15303 31 Ave. facility is open until July 15, by appointment only. She is challenging other dry salt therapy centres in the Metro Vancouver area to extend the same offer to those particularly affected by the poor air quality.

Dosanjh said dry salt therapy as a natural, non-invasive treatment for relieving symptoms of conditions such as asthma, COPD and cystic fibrosis, which can be worsened by smog and airborne toxins.

For information on a free session or to book, call 778-294-7278. Any donations will benefit the B.C. Lung Association.

 

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