Caves Santa Barbara Himalayan Salt Yoga and Spa

740 State Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Cave

250 Million Years In The Making

Our two Himalayan Salt Caves create a surreal environment to relax, recharge, and rejuvenate both body and mind. The cave walls and ceilings are made of 45 tons of backlit Jurassic-Age salt blocks and crystals, while the floor is covered with crushed salt. This ancient sea salt is laden with minerals, including magnesium, calcium, sodium, and potassium, all of which play a key role in our body’s health, function, and cellular communication. Visitors to our beautiful salt caves can relax in comfortable zero-gravity lounge chairs, or lie directly in the salt. 

Salt Caves & Your Health

The air in the caves is infused with micro-salt particles that impart a therapeutic benefit when inhaled. Halotherapy, simply breathing in air saturated with salt particles, is known to be a natural and effective way to improve respiratory health. The healing atmosphere accompanied by soothing music is a natural way to enhance overall physical and mental health.

Traditional Therapeutic Salt Use

Historic records indicate that humans have long been using natural salt caves and mineral baths as places of healing and rejuvenation. In modern times, science has shown the health benefits of feeding your body pure and natural ingredients. Salt is known to have a vital biochemical role in our bodies for energy and cellular health.

Acitivities In Our Himalayan Salt Caves:

Cave Sessions


Beginning on the hour, every hour, our cave meditation sessions last 45 relaxing and rejuvenating minutes. The air in the caves is infused with micro-salt particles that impart a therapeutic benefit when inhaled. Halotherapy, simply breathing in air saturated with salt particles, is known to be a natural and effective way to improve respiratory health. Our caves are the perfect place to escape, heal your body and refresh your mind.

Cave Yoga


We provide a considerable assortment of great yoga experiences through a number of class offerings (Flow, Stretch, and Gentle Yoga).  Not only will you find yourself in an incredibly beautiful and unique environment, practicing yoga in Himalayan Salt is a more challenging practice. The Himalayan Salt is continually shifting underneath you causing your body to make small adjustments to maintain each pose. You use more of the muscles in your feet, legs, core, and arms. Cave yoga creates depth to your practice and enhances balance and breath.

Cave Massage


Choose from Swedish, Deep Tissue, Couples, Lymphatic and many other massage options. Our massage therapists will ensure you are completely restored and relaxed, whether you are feeling stressed or are looking for relief from those nagging aches and pains.

Cave Scrub


Our specialty -- an invigorating Himalayan Salt Scrub -- promotes circulation and leaves your skin and mind feeling rejuvenated and invigorated for hours afterwards.  With regular use, Himalayan Salt scrubs exfoliate and cleanse the skin from impurities, while the salt's minerals and negative ions easily penetrate the skin, producing a cleansing and detoxifying effect.

Cave Workshops


We bring you instructors that lead sound healing ceremonies, women's empowerment groups, dance and movement sessions, as well as other unique and transformative workshops. The air in the caves is saturated with micro particles of Himalayan Salt that are easily absorbed through the skin and deep into the lungs. The perfect place to escape, heal your body and refresh your mind.

Private Events


Host your next event in the Largest Himalayan Salt Cave in North America! Meetings and special events transcend the norm within the superior event spaces at Santa Barbara’s SALT Cave. Below the bustling sidewalks of State Street, lies 45 tons of 250 million year-old Himalayan Crystal Salt, creating the perfect backdrop for any event. From corporate events & retreats and charity fundraisers to bridal showers, anniversary parties and birthday celebrations for all ages, contact us at [email protected] to reserve your next event.

Any questions? Just give us a call, we'd be happy to help you (805) 963-7258

Purest/healthiest salt in the world (remote and far from any pollution, and not processed)

Blog

Healthful Hangout: Inside the Salt Cave Santa Barbara

Healthful Hangout: Inside the Salt Cave Santa Barbara
By Mike McCaskey on Apr 27, 2017 at 07:16 PM in In The News

Nestled below the quaint steps of historic State Street, the Salt Cave in Santa Barbara are forged from 200 million-year-old Himalayan pink salt that seem to rise from the surrounding salt beds like some mythical village.

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Pass The Salt - Santa Barbara Life & Style Magazine

Pass The Salt - Santa Barbara Life & Style Magazine
By Mike McCaskey on Apr 01, 2016 at 07:28 PM in In The News

Chava, the manager of Salt, meets me with a warm greeting, and we head to the entrance of the largest Himalayan salt cave in North America. “The largest? In all of North America?” I repeat back to her as if I’ve misheard.

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Bathing Beauty - Santa Barbara Sentinel

Bathing Beauty - Santa Barbara Sentinel
By Mike McCaskey on Dec 19, 2015 at 07:40 PM in In The News

Wednesday morning, and the bottom dropped out. Heartbreaking news came over the wire and the only way to emote is out if my eyeballs. Through silent tears, a reminder on my phone brought hope. Tonight, I would partake in "Sound Healing" with instructor Shane Chunephisal.

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Healing Holiday Gifts

Healing Holiday Gifts
By Mike McCaskey on Dec 05, 2015 at 11:02 PM in In The News

Did you know Salt on State Street is North America's largest Himalayan Salt Cave? Pretty cool! Salt has a variety of handmade Himalayan salt products for bath, body, cooking and home.

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805 Boasts North Americas Largest Himalayan Salt Cave

805 Boasts North Americas Largest Himalayan Salt Cave
By Mike McCaskey on Nov 01, 2015 at 11:14 PM in In The News

Santa Barbara resident Pam McCaskey is clear on one thing: salt changed
her life. During a particularly hard time, McCaskey was introduced to her
first salt cave while visiting her mother on the East Coast.

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