Imagine being able to indulge in self-care such as yoga, infrared saunas, massages and floats on the regular (when you need it!) without breaking the bank.
What is Float Therapy? Float therapy involves laying on your back in a shallow flat tank of water that’s saturated with Epsom salts. The salts make it possible to effortlessly float with your nose, mouth, and eyes above the water. Tanks are located in temperature-controlled, dark, soundproof rooms, which eliminates any input from the senses. With sensory isolation, your mind
A Gallup poll found that 47% of Americans report that they deal with some type of chronic pain, and unfortunately, chronic pain often interferes with sleep, gets worse with stress, and can lead to depression. If you’re one of the millions of Americans struggling to cope with pain, sensory deprivation float therapy offers an alternative form of pain management that may significantly
Floating therapy, often referred to as floating or float sensory deprivation therapy, involves going into an enclosed float tank and floating in water that’s been mixed with Epsom salts. The solution increases buoyancy, allowing you to float in the tank while creating a feeling of zero-gravity. Although an hour-long float may sound like a great way to pamper yourself and
According to Health.com, there are many good ways to help an athlete recover, and one of those ways is floating therapy for athletes. While this is a relatively new recovery method for athletes, studies at Ohio State and other locations have shown impressive results. Both the mind and the body appear to be aided by floating therapy, meaning it could