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Floatation therapy involves floating effortlessly in a tank filled with silky saltwater at body temperature. The tank's buoyant saltwater creates a weightless sensation and when you combine this with darkness you reduce sensory input and this induces a deeply relaxing experience. Floating has a number of different health benefits, we have listed some of them below. If you have any further questions about floating then feel free to get in touch with us.



Floating promotes deep relaxation and reduces blood pressure and heart rate, as well as lowering the levels of stress-related chemicals in the body, leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. floating


By easing muscle tension and inflammation, floating can provide relief from chronic pain. The Epsom salt solution counteracts the downward force of gravity by about 30%. This allows your body to feel as if it is being lifted and there is less pressure on your joints.


Floating can improve mood, reduce anxiety, and combat symptoms of depression by promoting a sense of calm and well-being.


The Epsom salt solution in a float tank can enhance muscle recovery and reduce inflammation, aiding athletes and those with physical discomfort.


Floating can promote better sleep quality and reduce insomnia by helping you to relax and de-stress. One hour of floating can have the restorative effects of up to four hours sleep. Up to 50% of the float time can be REM sleep.


The buoyancy of the water in a float tank can alleviate aches and pains associated with pregnancy, offering expecting mothers much-needed relief. It offers a stimuli-free environment to really connect with your body and baby.


 Floating can spark creativity and problem-solving abilities by allowing your mind to enter a state of deep relaxation and focus. When your brain isn't focused on a specific task, it's free to make connections between seemingly unrelated ideas.


Athletes can improve performance by using floating to enhance muscle recovery and reduce inflammation. The distraction-free environment allows athletes to visualise movements and strategies. This mental rehearsal strengthens neural pathways associated with those skills, similar to physically practicing them

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