Sensory Deprivation TankFloat House
Floating is a practice where you enter into a float tank (also called an isolation tank or sensory deprivation tank) which is a well-engineered enclosed tub filled with 10″ of water that has 800 lbs. of dissolved Epsom salts in it. The individual lies down in the water and floats effortlessly in the nude.
The water is heated to the same temperature as the surface of your skin so that when the water settles and you remain relaxed and still, you do not really feel the water anymore. The tank is light-proof, sound-proof and has a neutral smell.
BENEFITS FOR YOUR BODY & MIND
All forces of gravity on the musculoskeletal system and nervous system are eliminated from the extreme positive buoyancy; so imagine a space where you don’t feel, see or hear anything. The tank’s extremely unique environment is designed to allow for a minimal amount of sensory input to enter into your nervous system. This environment then has a plethora of benefits and applications for health, personal development, spirituality, and well-being.
Whether you're using floatation therapy as a tool for meditation, creativity or rest & recovery, there are a wide range of benefits that are difficult to get anywhere else.
- Floats are regularly 75 minutes long. You can also book two sessions back-to-back for longer floats and get EXTRA TIME since there is no room prep needed in between.
FOR YOUR FLOATING COMFORT
- Fresh face cloth
- Robe & Slippers
- Unscented pre-float & post-float Shampoo & Body wash
- Mood lighting
- Filtered water
- Complimentary Tea
- Awe-inspiring Videos
- Comfortable seating
- Diverse Library
- Journals to read/share your floating experiences