Montreal’s very first salt rooms are now open at Elite Laser located at Westmount Square. Very well known in Europe, halotherapy consists in using the salt in order to create hypothetically favorable healing conditions.

Elite Laser salt room

This natural therapy makes it possible to recreate the microclimate of a salt cave in a specially designed rooms. Elite laser has also a kids room brimming with games, a salt box and comfy beanbags to make sure that kids stay occupied while experiencing halotherapy.

Elite Laser kids salt room

Halotherapy could strengthen the immune system and alleviate the following conditions: bronchitis, allergies, asthma, eczema, fatigue, stress, colds, sinusitis, etc. Note that halotherapy is only a complementary natural therapy and is not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent any disease.

How it works? when entering in the salt room, just take a seat and start relaxing yourself. Then, you will inhale minute particles of salt which will open up the airways and break up mucus. This is how you will improve your breathing.

Elite laser offers the first session to all clients (value of 45$: 45 min for adults/ 30 min for kids). For more details visit

Elite Laser

1 Westmount Square, Montreal (Mall Level)


Don’t miss the chance to try Montreal hot spots during this second edition of MTL Drink & Eat festival taking place until April 16th. Twenty restaurants are offering three plates and drinks which makes a lot of combinations to try.

Photo Credit - Patricia Brochu

Photo Credit – Patricia Brochu

My crush goes to Huis Clos Bar with those amazing confit croquettes of duck, foie gras, apple butter and candied apples.

Huis Clos

Huis Clos

Tickets are available at each locations ( 15$-20$) and I invite you to visit to get the list of all the participating establishments.

Enjoy, Drink and Eat 🙂