What is floating?

- The Basics -
  • Floating, also known as Flotation Therapy, has been used for years for its mental, spiritual, meditative, and physical benefits and has a vast amount of published research to support its claims.
  • You will experience zero gravity weightlessness.
  • There is 1000 lbs of epsom salt in the shallow water you float in, so your body is extremely buoyant.
  • The water is kept at 93.5 degrees. This is skin-receptor neutral, which means that you can lose track of where your body ends and the water begins.
  • You will be given ear plugs because your ears will be below the water. There is a neck pillow if you'd prefer your ears to be above the water. The tanks are insulated against sound, so noise from the outside doesn't reach you. You do have the option to listen to music if you'd prefer.
  • After you turn out the lights you will float in total darkness, though you do have the option to leave small, colored LED lights on.
  • During your float session the world is gone; it is a total escape. Your body experiences amazing mental and physical benefits.
  • Your body gets to rest, de-stress, and heal.​​

- The Benefits -
Floating is beneficial for the mind, body, and spirit.
  • Alleviates stress (mental & physical)
  • Eliminates fatigue 
  • Deep relaxation
  • Decreases production of stress hormones like cortisol
  • Improves circulation
  • Speeds up injury recovery
  • Aids in addiction rehabilitation
  • Eliminates chronic pain
  • Increases dopamine and endorphin levels, which boosts your mood
  • Shown to decrease depression, anxiety, and PTSD. Veterans experience great relief from floating.
  • Improves sleep and helps to cure insomnia
  • Promotes a deep meditative state and peacefulness
  • Alleviates joint and muscle pressure in pregnant woman
  • Effortlessly induces theta wave state of mind
  • Relief from symptoms of fibromyalgia
  • Helps athletes ease and repair muscles during post-training
  • Helps prevent sports injuries and speeds rehabilitation
  • Improves athletic performance. Many professional NFL athletes like the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks use flotation therapy to improve their performance.
  • Energizes, rejuvenates, and revitalizes
  • Promotes overall health and well-being, and much more!​

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