Floating is a proven therapeutic method that works on multiple levels including physical and mental wellness. You may be familiar with the common benefits from massage therapy, acupuncture, and spa visits; Floating offers all of those benefits combined, and more.
During Floating, you are suspended in a tank filled with equal parts water and Epsom salt. This has the same effect as the Dead Sea. The properties of the salt make it possible for your body to float effortlessly.
When your mind is calm, the body is calm as well. The body has an opportunity to reset and realign itself, and it is common for neck, back, and joints to pleasantly pop during a float. Floating also lowers blood pressure by shutting down the part of the brain that hosts the “fight or flight” response. The Epsom salt also hosts positive attributes. It is composed of magnesium and sulfate, and according to the National Academy of Sciences, most Americans are deficient in magnesium. Raising your magnesium levels can improve your circulation, ease muscle pain, regulate electrolytes, and relieve stress.
No, the buoyancy in the water forces the body to float.
The pod is the perfect size, with plenty of room to breath.With an internal floating area of over 2.3m / 7.5ft long and 1.45m / 4.75ft wide, our pods deliver the most luxurious and spacious closed-floating experience available.
Absolutely! Floating has the ability to help relieve swelling, hypertension, braxton hicks insomnia, leg cramps, and just stress in general.
Floating has the ability to relieve cramps but we ask that you use proper protection – aka please use a tampon.
Hopefully. It can be very relaxing if you do.
No. You will be in a controlled environment. If you do feel like you’re about to start panicking just pop open the lid and lay back down. Although, this rarely happens.
No. It is not possible.
Get in the tank and find out for yourself. Floatation therapy has been around for more than 50 years and has a plethora of published research to back up it’s benefits.
Between floats we filter the water multiple times and treat it with UV light and Hydrogen Peroxide. It is very sanitary.
We use I-sopods.
Nope. Your skin won’t even prune up. Though, it will become soft and silky.
Side effects may include but are not limited to: