Floating is an incredible tool for increased wellness. It allows you to take genuine time and space completely for yourself with no external stress.
Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy (REST)-- better known as float therapy-- is quickly becoming a scientifically-backed method of therapy for a multitude of common conditions. Try it today!
About Float Therapy
It’s not new
Though this practice is new to many, float therapy has been used since the 1950's. It was developed by a neuropsychiatrist interested in the effects of sensory deprivation on the brain. While modern float tanks look nothing like the first tanks, the basic design remains the same.
It's All About the Salty Water
A float tank is essentially a large, enclosed fiberglass tub filled with eleven inches of very salty, body-temperature water that allows anyone to effortlessly float, free of outside stimulation and distraction.
Our float tank is roughly the size of a walk-in closet, with available light and audio to customize your experience.
It can Treat a Wide Variety of Ailments
Float therapy provides many benefits to both our bodies and our minds. It can be used to treat a wide range of ailments and conditions and has been proven to lower cortisol levels (the stress hormone).
Float therapy can help manage pain caused by arthritis, fibromyalgia, back and neck pain, and tendonitis. It also reduces muscle tension, improves circulation, reduces blood pressure, accelerates healing, and strengthens the immune system
Float therapy also has a variety of mental benefits, including stress relief, anxiety reduction, and sleep improvement. Floating also helps calm anxiety, relieve depression, and stimulate creativity.
How Often Should You Float?
The simple answer: the more you float, the better you feel!
If you are curious about the benefits of floating, we suggest floating at least three times before deciding if it’s for you.
People feeling particularly overwhelmed in their personal or professional lives might elect to float once or twice a week, while others might be comfortable with scheduling floats on occasion. It is strictly a personal preference.