The Float Tank environment provides much needed relief for people who experience stress, anxiety, pain and sleep issues. It is a 100% natural holistic water and salt based therapy.
Give the gift of pure relaxation and if you’re disappointed with the results we’ll give you your money back!
To a more joyful life, with less Stress, fear and anxiety.
Everyday your senses are constantly bombarded with noise, traffic, mobile phones, people and technology. All of this excess stimulation results in stress.
A float tank removes all these influences and allows you to experience total physical and mental relaxation, which has been found to have some pretty amazing effects!
The buoyancy created by 500 kilograms of Epsom salt lets you float effortlessly on top of the water. The water is skin temperature which helps erase feeling and leaving you wondering where your body ends and the water begins.
Without sensory input your mind is finally allowed to wander into the deepest state of relaxation.
Your brain no longer needs to spend over 80% of its energy sending out signals so it slows down. This leaves you in a dream-like state. Kind of like that space between awake and asleep.
In this state (theta state) you find mental clarity, increased creativity and problem solving, heightened visualization, deepened meditation and acuteness of all the senses.
Best of all, you get the blissful feeling that comes with the brain dumping endorphins into the body! It may be the most relaxing thing you have ever done.
You are in complete control of your environment. You have the ability to open the door to the float pod or float room at any time and leave a light on. It may seem a bit strange at first, but we find that if you give yourself a little time to relax and get used to it, you’ll feel very safe and comfortable. If you are unsure at first you can leave the pod door open and keep the light switched on and when you feel comfortable try closing the door and when ready switch off the light. This way you will get the most from the experience.
No problem. No swimming skills required. All you need to do is know how to lay back and relax. If you are able to do that in your bed at night, you are good to go.