What isFloat Therapy
Float therapy is entering a state of complete relaxation. In order to achieve total peace, you will lie in a tank or pool that is filled with a concentrated salt solution. The high concentration of salt allows your body to float effortlessly (even if you have never been able to float before). The solution remains at skin temperature, accompanied by a room void of light and sound, this is the perfect combination for your body and mind to experience a deeply relaxed state.
Float therapy was first discovered by the neuroscientist John C. Lilly in the mid-1950’s. Floating was originally coined the term “sensory deprivation” or “isolation tank,” and that was because Lilly’s primary study was based on the question “Do our brains need external stimuli to maintain it’s consciousness?”
How to get the most out of yourfloat experience
First You Shower
There is a shower in every room. You will want to shower before getting into the tank/pool for two reasons. One, we ask that you remove all debris and oils from your skin. Second, showering preps the skin and it will not be a shock getting into the tank/pool.
Step into the Tank/Pool
Now you’re on your way. It’s time to dive in (not literally of course). Take this time to play around in the tank/pool. This will allow your mind to get more comfortable being in this new environment.
Lay Down and Relax
This will be the second hardest thing you will have to do. For some, the relaxing part can be difficult, but just give it time and focus on your breathing and you will get there.
Let your mind wander
Now that you made it past the second hardest part, it’s time to take on the hardest part of the experience, letting your mind wander. The best advice we can give you is to focus on your breathing. Once you let go you’ll wonder why you ever held on.
Get Out Slowly
At this point, the session has come to an end. Bummer, I know. You will want to take your time when stepping out of the tank/pool. You may have to take a few moments to get your bearings again and remember you just floated.
Shower The Salt off
Don’t forget to shower, again. You will want to get all the salt off of yourself. Otherwise once you leave you will start to get all crusty from the drying salt.
Embrace your new self
This is by far the most important step. We all experience floating differently, but the one thing we all have in common is we become more accepting of ourselves. Embrace that acceptance and carry it with throughout the day and week.
What Is The Pricing
As a float member, you will get member pricing on all other services and special discounts on products.
* First-time floaters receive their first float for $50. $25 savings!
What are theBenefits to Floating
When it comes to flotation therapy the benefits are endless. Everyone can receive some sort of benefit from floating. With the primary principle being unplug, unwind, then unleash your greatest self.
We like to say that floating gives you exactly what you need when you need it. This means floating help you reach a balance both physically and mentally. Some of the benefits of floating include:
Conditions thatFloating Helps
Now that you know all the great things floating can do for you, lets take a moment to discover some specific conditions that can be greatly impacted by floating.
Floating has proven to be effective in the managment and/or recovery from the following conditions:
If you have any questions give us a call or shoot us a message and we will do our best to answer. As always with specific questions or concerns, please consult your doctor before making any changes in your lifestyle.
When you will want toConsult your Doctor
As mentioned before, if you have any medical condition it is best that you speak to your doctor before you try floating for the first time. There are times that you will have to speak to your doctor.
- Mental conditions including, psychosis, schizophrenia, and epilepsy not controlled by medication
If you have any questions about floating please give us a call or send us a message and we will do our best to provide an answer. Please note we are not doctors and we especially not your doctor, so any specific concerns consult your doctor.