Float therapy has application for the bodies of athletes and office warriors alike. It speeds the recovery of muscles and joints after training sessions, and helps restore postural alignment after a long workweek. Floating also reduces cravings, making a healthy weight management goal more easily attainable. And because floating improves circulation to each of the body’s systems, including the skin, you will radiate the post-float “glow.”
During a float the mind downshifts into a unique state of relaxation that was once only available to lifelong meditators. With floatation therapy, even a first-time floater can enjoy neurological harmony. And floating doesn’t just feel good—it reduces headaches, improves sleep, releases endorphins, and provides a lasting state of balance.
Regular floating results in increased energy, productivity, physical performance and well-being. An immensely powerful tool, floating enables you to tap into heightened levels of focus and creative problem solving. And during your float, you can even explore a state of “super learning,” where your fully relaxed and undistracted mind can make deep, new neural connections.