Floatation Therapy Explained
Your muscles, joints, and bones take a well-deserved break. Your mind becomes still and your body suddenly has loads of extra resources, which allows it to focus on things like healing and resting – the stress simply floats away.
What To Expect
The first time you Float is generally similar for many people: you will likely move around a bit at first to find the most comfortable position for you, then you begin to relax more deeply once you have adjusted to the unique environment.
Our Float Rooms
Each of our Float Rooms comes with a private suite designed to create a natural environment that lends a hand to your pursuit for health and relaxation. Each Suite provides you with a private shower and changing area.
Here are some simple tips to help you prepare for your float and techniques you can use while in the room to help you optimize your floating experience
Floatation Therapy is a very widely-accepted therapy that is used by a number of world-renowned athletes to treat various sports-related conditions and aid in their recovery.
Pregnancy & Floating
You will find that floatation’s weightless state takes the load off you, literally. By taking the weight of your feet, spine and the rest of your body, floatation is the ultimate in ‘me time’, relaxation and pain relief.
How Floating Works
Once your body starts to get used to the lack of sensory input, the stress-centers of your brain relax and release less cortisol—the main brain chemical related to stress.
Entering Theta State
In a Theta state, you tap into the creative and intuitive resources of your mind.
Seven Theories Of Floating
During a float session the brain is freed from the constant demands of orienting the body in space (proprioception) and processing external stimuli. Freed from these two major cerebral demands the brain can slip into profoundly deep and rejuvenating states of relaxation.
Benefits Of Epsom Salts
Epsom salt is made up of magnesium and sulphate, which can help improve health in numerous ways. A lack of magnesium—which helps regulate the activity of more than 300 enzymes in the body—can contribute to high blood pressure, hyperactivity, heart problems and other health issues.
Frequently asked questions on Flotation Therapy
Floatation Therapy Research
Research supporting Floatation Therapy