Benefits

One might ask, “what could you possibly gain from floating in a shallow tank full of salt water?” And the answer would be, there are so many benefits, its hard to list!

Flotation therapy has been around in tanks since the 1950’s, but historically, the relaxation of floating on top of still salt water has been around for thousands of years. There’s something about being in this womb-like state that our bodies respond extremely well to. While floating, ans as you introduce floating as a regular therapy in your life, you may experience some of the following:

  • Stress Reduction
  • Anxiety Reduction
  • Headache relief
  • Corrected sleep patterns – deeper sleep, vivid dreams
  • Pain Relief
  • Sports Recovery
  • Faster rate of healing injury
  • Injury Prevention
  • Relief from the strain of gravity on our bodies
  • Deep Relaxation
  • Meditation
  • Increased visualization resulting often times in problem solving and creative inspiration
  • Proper alignment in the body
  • Improved athletic performance
  • Improved mental performance – super learning/comprehension
  • Increased levels of serotonin
  • Helps to ease the symptoms of PTSD
  • Helps to heal head trauma related injuries.

Lets just say, miracles happen in the tanks every single day. When we put our mind in a positive state of awareness around healing our bodies, excelling in life, and creating a better solution in general when applied to any area of life… the result is astonishing. Ultimately, deep relaxation can lead to improved access to internal imagery. Awareness and control of this mental imagery is key to self-regulation. The pods are a perfect environment to amplify this effect!

pure happiness and relief from the world!

Its said that stress is the number one killer – it leads to so many forms of dis-ease in the body – from physical to emotional pain that results in illness all the time. There’s plenty of things that result in stress, but what can we do to combat the everyday stressors? Flotation therapy is among the best ways to leave the stress behind, and embrace something far greater.