Hours are getting longer, stress is increasing but “some business owners have instituted activities that may seem better suited to summer camp — outdoor planning sessions, meetings in a salt room, deal talks on a surfboard. They may sound fun and relaxing, but they are meant to be productive” according to an article in the New York Times.
“Lyss Stern, chief executive of Divalysscious Moms, a direct marketing company geared toward parents, said she had moved away from long lunches or drinks after work because they were too time consuming. Her preferred meeting spot now is a Himalayan salt room at Modrn Sanctuary in Manhattan.”
“The salt floor is antifungal and antibacterial, and some people believe it can help with respiratory problems; for others, it can give them an energized feeling.”
Meetings in salt rooms aren’t for everyone but “she still tries to do meetings there whenever she can. “You’re sitting there, having this meeting, but you’re also getting these mental health benefits,” she said. “You’re inhaling the dry salt. You’re doing beneficial things for yourself and others.”
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