FLOATING IS UNDENIABLY GOOD FOR YOU.


HERE’S HOW:




MIND


Stress Relief


An hour in a float tank promotes a reduction in the release of stress hormones and promotes the feel-good neurotransmitters (dopamine and endorphins).

Enhanced Learning

When the brain reaches theta state the mind becomes hyper suggestible. Having fewer distractions promotes the retention and understanding of new material, with research showing improved performance in memory and recall activities after floating.

Brain Synchronisation

Research has shown greater interaction and cooperation between the right (creative side) and left (analytical side) lobes of the brain while floating. This synchronization can lead to higher levels of performance and productivity, and a general sense of competence, confidence and wholeness.

AND MORE…

Floatation is great for re-setting tired, stressed and cluttered minds. Many regular floaters see significant improvements with:

  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Insomnia
  • Depression
  • Post-natal depression
  • Jet-lag

BODY


Pain Management


Lying in a float tank allows your back and spine to fully decompress. The relaxed state achieved can provide relief from neck and back pain. Improvements in arthritis, tendinitis, bursitis, inflammation, and psychosomatic pain relief have all been documented via tank use.

Magnesium Absorption

The extremely high concentration of Epsom Salts (magnesium sulfate) leads to some absorption of magnesium through the skin and hair. This can prevent cardiovascular disease, regulate blood pressure, prevent osteoporosis, provide PMS relief, create healthier bones and teeth and aids in detoxifying the body.

Muscle Healing

Athletes can benefit from the deep healing effects of the Epsom Salts and the weightless effect. Circulation is increased throughout the body, flushing lactic acid and detoxifying muscles.

AND MORE…

Some of the many other physical ailments and conditions known to be effectively managed through floatation therapy, include:

  • Rheumatism
  • Chronic pain
  • Fatigue
  • High blood pressure
  • Migraines
  • Headaches
  • Pre-menstrual tension
  • Back pain

SOUL


CREATIVITY


Achieving sensory deprivation has long been used for clearing the mind and boosting creativity. Some musicians even claim it helps to improve their technical ability. By removing all sensory input you allow your brain to fully relax and release less cortisol – the main hormone linked with stress.

Meditation

Floatation is becoming increasingly popular as a form of meditation – providing a unique opportunity for quiet reflection, and a powerful way to reconnect with inner thoughts and emotions.

A float tank allows you to more easily reach a deep level of meditation. It is also possible to stay in this state for much longer periods of time, due to the lack of stimuli and distraction.

Visualisation

The combination of extreme relaxation and heightened awareness allows techniques of visualisation to become very powerful following floatation. The tank can induce the calm required for optimal performance in situations ranging from public speaking to sports.

Whether your mood, motivation or creativity need a boost (or all of the above!) – floating can help get you back on track.


MIND


Floatation is great for re-setting tired, stressed and cluttered minds. Many regular floaters see significant improvements with:

Stress Relief

A 90 minute session in a float tank promotes a reduction in the release of stress hormones and promotes the feel good neurotransmitters (dopamine and endorphins).

Enhanced Learning

When the brain reaches theta state the mind becomes hyper suggestible. Having fewer distractions promotes the retention and understanding of new material, with research showing improved performance in memory and recall activities after floating.

Brain Synchronisation

Research has shown greater interaction and cooperation between the right (creative side) and left (analytical side) lobes of the brain while floating. This synchronization can lead to higher levels of performance and productivity, and a general sense of competence, confidence and wholeness.

AND MORE…

  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Insomnia
  • Depression
  • Post-natal depression
  • Jet-lag

BODY


Some of the many physical ailments and conditions known to be effectively managed through floatation therapy, include:

Pain Management

Lying in a float tank allows your back and spine to fully decompress. The relaxed state achieved can provide relief from neck and back pain. Improvements in arthritis, tendinitis, bursitis, inflammation, and psychosomatic pain relief have all been documented via tank use.

Magnesium Absorption

The extremely high concentration of Epsom Salts (magnesium sulfate) leads to some absorption of magnesium through the skin and hair. This can prevent cardiovascular disease, regulate blood pressure, prevent osteoporosis, provide PMS relief, create healthier bones and teeth and aids in detoxifying the body.

Muscle Healing

Athletes can benefit from the deep healing effects of the Epsom Salts and the weightless effect. Circulation is increased throughout the body, flushing lactic acid and detoxifying muscles.

AND MORE…

  • Rheumatism
  • Chronic pain
  • Fatigue
  • High blood pressure
  • Migraines
  • Headaches
  • Pre-menstrual tension
  • Back pain

SOUL


Whether your mood, motivation or creativity need a boost (or all of the above!) – floatating can help get you back on track.

CREATIVITY

Achieving sensory deprivation has long been used for clearing the mind and boosting creativity. Some musicians even claim it helps to improve their technical ability. By removing all sensory input you allow your brain to fully relax and release less cortisol – the main hormone linked with stress.

Meditation

Floatation is becoming increasingly popular as a form of meditation – providing a unique opportunity for quiet reflection, and a powerful way to reconnect with inner thoughts and emotions.

A float tank allows you to more easily reach a deep level of meditation. It is also possible to stay in this state for much longer periods of time, due to the lack of stimuli and distraction.

Visualisation

The combination of extreme relaxation and heightened awareness allows techniques of visualisation to become very powerful following floatation. The tank can induce the calm required for optimal performance in situations ranging from public speaking to sports.

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