What is floating?

Floating is a form of therapy in which the person lies in a tank or pod filled with a dense Epsom salt water solution. These pods are specially-designed for floating and provide a quiet environment. Floating is an incredible and highly-effective way of relaxing and relieving stress. It is also excellent at improving creativity and healing the body.

They float and you should too!

Many world renowned athletes use floating for increased performance and muscle recovery. NFL, NBA, Runners, MMA fighters, Cross Fit Members, and Yogis are just a few types of athletes that use floating regularly. From energy for speed, to healing injuries, floating in the purest type of Epsom salt is hugely beneficial for the body and mind. Here are just a few of the ways floating can up your game:

• Accelerates recovery from injuries

• Increases energy levels

• Provides time and space for visualization

• Boosts the body’s immune system

• Reduces Lactic acid levels in the body (legs, arms, & all areas)

• Improves sleep & rest.

• Reduced Risk of Injury

The science is there.

Floating can give you the extra edge you need to beat the competition. The NBA’s Golden State Warriors are one of floating’s most vocal supporters. They witnessed all of the benefits listed above first hand and have since shared their experience with other NBA teams.

A growing need.

As the popularity of floating grows, the need for more float locations rises. At Souler Float we are dedicated to provide the best floating experience for all of our clients. We are the only float center in Florida to own the superior I-sopod and unique center in Brevard County offering floatation therapy.

The i-sopod is the “Rolls-Royce” of pods. It’s the largest pod in the industry. With nearly 300 gallons of water and 1100 lbs of Epsom Salt it can provide floaters of all shapes and sizes with a relaxing and spacious float experience.

Schedule your first float today!

Come visit us today at our Melbourne Florida location We are open seven days a week from 8am to 9pm.

1694-A West Hibiscus Blvd

Melbourne, Florida

(321) 591-9005

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