Flotation Therapy

Allow your body to unwind and relax in an environment free of external stimuli.

Flotation Therapy

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What is it?

Experience effortless relaxation in a solution more buoyant than the Dead Sea. The float tank is filled with 11 inches of water and saturated with nearly 2,000 pounds of Epsom salt. The water itself is kept at the average skin temperature (93.5° F), which allows you to lose track of where your body ends and the water begins. The tank is sound proof and light proof, allowing you to be free of all external stimuli.

In this near-zero gravity experience, your muscles, joints, and bones are able to rest and decompress- relieving pain and fatigue. People with arthritis, back pain, neck pain, tendinitis, bursitis, inflammation, and psychosomatic pain have all found relief in floating. Floatation therapy reduces the stress hormone levels in the body leaving you refreshed and rejuvenated for hours, or even days, later. Float to restore balance to your life, unleash your creativity, or discover a deeper state of meditation – the choice is yours. The benefits and uses of floatation therapy are immense and incredible.


Reduces soreness and increases blood flow

Releases endorphins, thus decreasing stress, anxiety & depression symptoms

Helps to balance hormones, which improves the immune system and helps to reduce mood sings and fatigue.

Decreases muscle tension and inflammation.

Pain Management- great for those with chronic conditions.

Improves cognitive function. Don't be surprised if you can think more clearly after exiting the tank.

Enhances motivation and boosts confidence.

How it works

Floatation therapy offers (optional) total sensory deprivation. This allows your body to fall into deep relaxation, which can provide the same level of rest as 2-4 hours of deep REM sleep. Deep states of restoration can allow you to be more productive in your day-to-day life so that you can show up at your highest potential.

What can I expect when I arrive for my first float?
Are there restrictions on those who can float?
Can I float if I’m menstruating?
Do I need to bring anything?
How should I prepare for my float?
I can’t swim – will I drown if I fall asleep?
Is it sanitary?
What if I’m Claustrophobic?