Floating for Migraine & Headache Relief

A Natural Remedy for Migraine Headaches Migraines affect more than 28 million people in the US alone. Migraines can occur at any time, and often bring a focused pain to one side of the head. They can last for hours and even days. There are two main types of migraines; classic and common. Classic migraines are characterized by light spots, loss of vision, and numbness that occur just before the onset of the headache. A Read more…

The History of Floatation Therapy

The American neuro-physiologist Professor Dr. John C. Lilly developed the first floatation tank in 1950. While working at the National Institute of Mental Health, Dr. Lilly and his colleague Dr. Shurley were inspired to study the human mind, specifically in relation to conscious brain activity. They wanted to know if the brain depended on external stimuli to remain conscious. They began by figuring out the best method to deprive the body of stimulation. The answer Read more…

What makes Epsom salt different from other salts?

What is Epsom Salt? Epsom salt is made of magnesium and sulfate. These two nutrients are not found in other salts, so there is no substitute for Epsom salt. Its unique formula also means that it has unique uses and benefits not found with other salts. Epsom salt has been used for agriculture, food preparation, chemistry, aquatic life, and for holistic healing. What makes Epsom salt different from table salt? Many people assume that salt Read more…

4 Great Reasons to Try Floating

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 Read more…

Floating for PTSD

Floatation therapy allows people the unique opportunity to unplug from the routine and chaos of life. Many people dealing with stress or anxiety find the relief they need while floating, and individuals suffering from PTSD need this relief more than anyone. What is PTSD? PTSD stands for post-traumatic stress disorder. It is a tragic and sometimes debilitating disorder that can develop after an individual survives a traumatic experience. Feeling fear and panic during a dangerous situation is Read more…

What to expect for your first float?

Just bring yourself! People often ask what they should bring for their first float. The answer is super simple, just bring yourself. You do not need shampoo, snacks, drinks, or even a bathing suit. You can wear any clothes you like, because we recommend floating nude! Preparing for your first float. New floaters should arrive 30 minutes early to fill out paperwork and get acquainted with their room. Our float specialists will be ready to Read more…

Our Review of the i-Sopod.

Comfortable & Spacious The i-sopod enjoys one of the largest interiors on the market. Its interior is approximately 7.4ftx5ft with a 4ft ceiling. Floating in an i-sopod feels more like having your own private pool than being in a tank. You can bounce around, sway from side to side, or just lay still and never even realize there are walls. Programmable Audio & Lights Built in lighting can be controlled by an exterior control panel, Read more…

Commonly asked questions about Floating.

First time floaters are often filled with questions. We have assembled a list of our most commonly asked questions for your reading convenience. What should I do to prepare for my first float? Just bring yourself! We recommend that you do not shave right before a float, as the salt water may sting. We offer shampoo and body wash for showering after you float, but feel free to bring your own! Do I need to Read more…

Floating for Reduced Addiction

Dictionary.com defines addiction as: The state of being enslaved to a habit or practice or to something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming, as narcotics, to such an extent that its cessation causes severe trauma. Floating is known for having many health benefits. One of the lesser known, yet perhaps one of the more important, is its ability to reduce addiction. Author Michael Hutchinson of The book of Floating says, “…both behavioral/cognitive psychologists and neuroscientists Read more…

Floating for Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a rare and often misdiagnosed disease. Health.com, HealthCentral.com, and Webmd.com all state that Fibromyalgia is one of the hardest diseases to diagnose. Doctors often diagnose it for lack of any better ideas. But the pain is real. Whether or not you have Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, Fatigue Syndrome, Hypothyroidism or stress, Floating can help reduce your symptoms. Alleviation of depression and anxiety. Floating is known to promote deep relaxation, clear thinking, and rest. These are Read more…

Desmond Purpleson

CEO

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