Floating is a unique and powerful way to reach new levels of relaxation. Though floating, or better known as sensory deprivation or Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy (REST) has been brought to light over recent years with celebrities like Joe Rogan and Steph Curry, it has been widely studied by scientists since the 1950’s. When you are floating in one of our pods, all external stimuli such as light and sound is removed therefore allowing your central nervous system to reduce its workload and allow your body to relax.

Over 900lbs of Epsom salts are added to our pods to create a zero-gravity simulation which comes with beneficial properties for both your body and mind. Magnesium and sulfates which are found naturally occurring in Epsom salts, help in reducing inflammation, helping muscle and nerve function and also help absorption of nutrients, flush toxins and help ease migraine headaches. Being in a zero-gravity environment allows your body to feel weightless therefore muscles and joints to start to completely relax and your body is better able to repair itself.

Over recent years, multiple studies have shown floating has significant positive effects on those suffering from anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, addictions, and other physiological issues. With technology around every corner, modern society creates an environment in which external stimuli cannot be avoided. Inside the pods, where all sound, light, and stimulation is removed, your brain is better able to slow down and process thoughts effortlessly. The effects after a float will be a clear mind, self awareness, and increased relaxation.

Mental health treatment: How float clinics treat anxiety - Time Magazine
Time Out: The Rise of Sensory Deprivation Tanks - The Atlantic
Floating Away: The Science of Sensory Deprivation Therapy - Discover Magazine
Float therapy: A new method in PTSD treatment - Military1

Beneficial effects of treatment with sensory isolation in flotation-tank as a preventive health-care intervention – a randomized controlled pilot trial

Promising effects of treatment with flotation-REST (restricted environmental stimulation technique) as an intervention for generalized anxiety disorder (GAD): a randomized controlled pilot trial