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A float tank is the perfect environment to practice meditation, as you are in a place that is free from distractions.
People often use floatation as an environment for creative thinking, as your mind is free of distraction allowing it to just imagine!
Studies have shown Floatation is effective for helping different types of clinical anxiety in conjunction with traditional medicines and therapy.
Used by top athletes around the world for sports recovery and increased focus during competitive activities.
Can help reduce depression, and increase mood (serenity, relaxation, happiness, etc) in conjunction with traditional medicines and therapy.
Clinically proven to reduce stress hormones, systolic blood pressure and stress related pain.
Increases immune response by boosting T and B bLymphocytes, and combatting the reduction of immune health caused by stress.
Improves quality of sleep by increasing REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep cycles.
Floatation Therapy is essentially a method of achieving deep relaxation by spending an hour or more lying quietly in darkness, suspended in a warm solution of Epsom salt. It is like no other experience on Earth and many describe as like floating though outer space. The reduction in sensory input causes our brainwaves to slow down and allow us to drift into a meditative theta state.
The most common reports are profound peace and relaxation, a feeling calmness, a reduction of stress, deep concentration and creativity, and reduction of physical pain and tension.
As well as floatation we offer a range of treatments specially selected to complement the floatation experience, or as an alternative to people that feel that floatation really isn’t for them.
We currently offer short sessions in our Weyron full body massage chairs, as well as longer sessions with one of our experienced massage therapists, and we are looking to expand the services we offer as we continue to grow.
“I’ve also been ‘floating’ for the last year. You’re in a completely dark float tank and it takes away your senses. It helps kill all the crap out of my brain and keeps my mind and body relaxed.”
“The water’s the temperature of your body so you kind of really just feel nothing. And I was in there for an hour and 45 minutes. I didn’t realize I was in there that long…you come out and everything’s great…it lasts for a while, and your skin feels really good. I did it again.”
“I found it to be one of the most anxiety reducing experiences I’ve ever had.”
“I think it’s one of the most incredible pieces of equipment for self-help and introspective thought that you could ever find. It’s been one of the most important tools for me in personal growth for understanding myself, how I am, and what effect I do have on other people.”
“WOW! It took a few seconds to completely let my arms, legs and head relax in the water but then the weightlessness took over. It was a bizarrely delightful experience. A great form of meditation. I felt calm & peaceful, yet energized.”
“It’s quite nice, like being in the belly of a whale…a cyber whale…it was really lovely.”
Is there any risk of drowning?
The high buoyancy of the water makes it impossible for the individual to go beneath the surface.
Is there a minimum age?
You must be over the age of 16 (children under the age of 16 are not permitted to float due to health and safety requirements).
How many times should I float?
The more you float the better. Just like any activity, the more you practice the better you become. The more cumulative effects you will see.
Should I let you know about my health condition?
Please inform Zero Gravity of all health conditions. If your health condition changes at any point you should let us know.
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