The Salt Therapy Centre Newcastle located at 204 King St, Newcastle NSW 2300, Australia

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Bev Bruce

5 Google Rating

Very relaxing ,skin felt smooth . Welcoming

5/ 5

Very relaxing ,skin felt smooth . Welcoming

Kylee Lowe

4 Google Rating

Very relaxing, friendly staff. I'll be back

4/ 5

Very relaxing, friendly staff. I'll be back

Bronwen harvey

5 Google Rating

Love it! Great experience and results. Qould reccomend and will be returning again soon!

5/ 5

Love it! Great experience and results. Qould reccomend and will be returning again soon!

Sherynne Smith

5 Google Rating

Kate is absolutely lovely. Very kowledgable, friendly and welcoming. My new Salt Pipe is excellent!

5/ 5

Kate is absolutely lovely. Very kowledgable, friendly and welcoming. My new Salt Pipe is excellent!

Liz Murray

5 Google Rating

Today I went back to The Salt Therapy Centre for another massage. WOW. It was absolutely the BEST de

5/ 5

Today I went back to The Salt Therapy Centre for another massage. WOW. It was absolutely the BEST deep tissue massage I have ever experienced. It has been way too long since my last one and I had tired muscles from recently returning to more strenuous exercise. I highly recommend the one hour massage to anyone who understands the importance of self care. The pricing is very reasonable and the difference it makes to our sleep, concentration and overall wellbeing is phenomenal. The staff are very friendly and it is such a relaxing environment. Jump in and book yours today. You wont regret it.

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  • Tuesday09:00 AM - 08:00 PM
  • Wednesday09:00 AM - 08:00 PM
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  • Friday09:00 AM - 08:00 PM
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