It’s an experience worth having.
I imagine that Floating closely compares to what a baby feels like in a womb. The water is warm, the atmosphere relaxing, and there is a general feeling of peace. Not only is it an incredibly soothing experience, but it’s also fun. Fun isn’t a word often used when describing floatation therapy, but drifting around in a dark private jacuzzi is something most people don’t get to do. You are given time away from society, time to think to yourself, explore your mind, and just let loose.
We can all use a break from electronics.
We all could use a break from screens now and again. Floating allows you to disconnect from the world, while somehow making you feel more connected to it. It provides a break from the hustle and bustle of social media, work, and general life. I would describe floating in a deprivation tank as a detox for the mind. It feels like cuddling up on a couch with a warm drink, or drifting in a safe open ocean. Floating provides an excuse to disconnect for a while, to unplug from electronic distractions, and to reconnect with your inner self.
You’ll feel pain relief in areas you didn’t even know you had pain in.
Pain relief is a huge benefit of floating. Floating in a sensory deprivation tank filled with Epsom salt provides relief from headaches, muscle pain, fibromyalgia, pregnancy weight, and more. It only takes a few minutes to start feeling relief, and the effects last for days after. I’ve written several blogs on this topic, and I encourage you to read more if you suffer from anything mentioned above.
You’ll have the best sleep of your life afterward.
Many people report falling asleep while floating. It’s really that relaxing! I have personally experienced better sleep for days after each float. My body feels more balanced and enlightened. I wake up feeling rested and ready to take on each new day. If you suffer from lack of sleep, I recommend giving floating a try. There are so many reasons to float. Schedule a float today @ SoulerFloat.com