What is floating?
Float Therapy was invented by neuroscientist Dr. John C. Lilly in the 1950’s and is based on R.E.S.T.
Restricted Environmental Stimulation Technique means that by removing distractions and outside stimuli, the central nervous system’s workload is substantially reduced, allowing you to reach the deepest level of relaxation. The THETA state.
How Often Should I Float?
Listen to your body
No minimum or maximum
Floating is safe for daily use
Set a goal to R.E.S.T. for at least one hour per week
Benefits Of Floating Include
Reduced Cortisol (The Stress Hormone)
Pain Relief & Muscle Recovery
Lower Blood Pressure & Increased Circulation
Excellent Source Of Magnesium
Draws Out Toxins From The Body
Exfoliates & Repairs Skin
Strengthens Hair & Boosts Volume
There’s no minimum or maximum requirements, and because floating a natural and holistic approach to healing, with zero negative side effects. We recommend floating as much as your lifestyle allows. Our goal is once a week. Listen to your body! If you’re feeling overwhelmed or stressed. Tired or irritable. Sore and achy. Or, just having a hard time focusing… It could be time for a float. Soon your body will be accustomed to regular periods of R.E.S.T. and you’ll know when it’s right for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will I feel claustrophobic?
Do you float naked?
How is the water cleaned?
Can you float while pregnant?
Is there a weight limit?
Feeling claustrophobic in the float pod is rare. Our pods are equipped with music and LED lighting and you have the option to leave the lid open. It’s best to float without restrictions, so the use of bathing suits is optional, and not recommended. Our water is on a 24 hour filtration process with UV and Ozone, plus the high salt concentration makes it impossible for bacteria to grow. Floating is safe while pregnant, however we recommend checking in with your doctor just in case. The weight limit is beyond 500lbs. Are you ready to feel weightless?