Float Therapy

A powerful tool for wellness, pain relief and better sleep. Floating offers relief and relaxation to anyone struggling physically or mentally.

Float Therapy in the News

“Through the ’90s, Fine, who now does PTSD research at the University of Toledo College of Medicine, published studies on floating, including one where subjects were given eight 40-minute float sessions … ”

MANDY OAKLANDER

TIME.COM

“To experience complete sensory deprivation is, ideally, to delve into one’s psyche. It forces contemplation of facets of life, that — similar to less “heavy” types of meditation — is meant to …”

KYLE DOWLING

THEATLANTIC.COM

“What Is a Sensory Deprivation Tank? Sensory deprivation is achieved through floating in a type of isolation tank that cuts off all sources of sensory experience: sound, sight, smell and touch…”

Dr. JOSH AXE, DNM, DC, CNS

DRAXE.COM

“What used to be rather grimly called “sensory deprivation” or “isolation” therapy has resurfaced as the far more appealing “flotation therapy”: Those in need of some de-stressing and mental relaxation…”

KAVITA DASWANI

LATIMES.COM

THE MAGIC OF THETA

A float pod is your reboot button.

Floating enables your brain to produce low frequency Theta waves. Theta waves are normally only present as we drift off to sleep or right before fully waking.
During wakefulness and normal levels of alertness, high frequency Beta waves are present. Beta waves are also associated with patterns of “overthinking.”

Floating removes the external stimuli that keeps the brain constantly moving, thereby replacing the beta waves with theta waves. This “theta state” helps our brain achieve an unusually deep state of relaxation.

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