Floating Explained

 

Invented in the 1950s by American neuroscientist Dr. John Lilly for research on the mind, Floating remains a relatively unknown therapeutic method of relaxation. Regardless, many of our clients regularly incorporate Floating as part of a healthy lifestyle and attest to the very real benefits of finding 60 minutes for yourself. The most common reports are profound peace and relaxation, a feeling calmness, a reduction of stress, deep concentration and creativity, and freedom from physical pain and tension.

Research spanning decades in Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy (REST), the clinical name of Floatation Therapy, has found amazing physical and mental benefits. The unique sensory-input-controlled environment required for Floatation Therapy holistically empowers the body and mind to feel better. It's quick, easy, and can help almost everyone - that's the beauty of Floating! 

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Floating in the curative powers of 1000 pounds of the highest-quality, medical-grade Epsom and Dead Sea Salts, your muscles and joints are freed from the stresses and strains of gravity. It's an environment you simply cannot experience anywhere else! Floatation Therapy is the ultimate Epsom salt bath, where everyone Floats effortlessly, just like in the Dead Sea.

The calming, unique sensory-input-controlled environment is designed to allow you to unplug and have a break from the constant bombardment of the noises and distractions of the outside world. Floating lets you achieve deep levels of physiological relaxation, natural pain relief, and rapid recovery in as little as an hour.

The water is kept at the same temperature as your skin, with an advanced ventilation and heating system specifically designed to keep you comfortable the whole time. Most Clients prefer the more traditional absence of light or sound but others prefer to bring an underwater music player or keep the soft blue light on inside during their Float. You control the entire experience!

Think of your daily life: an all-multi-task-all-the-time environment which makes it difficult for you to actually process internal thoughts and reflect when you are handling external distractions all of the time.  Life is happening at a constant speed and never stops. Floating allows you to temporarily unplug from the relentless noise of the world. Come see what your mind can do when it can focus on what you want it to!