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The science of floatation therapy simulates zero gravity to help rejuvenate the body.

A sensory deprivation tank, also known as an isolation tank or float tank, creates an ideal environment for relaxation and renewal. The pitch-black, soundproof chamber blocks noise and distractions. The tank is filled with water that is warmed to the average external temperature of the human body and mixed with over 800 pounds of Epsom salt; the ratio of water and salt provides the perfect solution to allow the body to float on the surface. Epsom salt is actually magnesium sulfate. Magnesium sulfate is known for many benefits, such as cleansing and detoxifying the body, as well as softening the skin and hair.

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Benefits of Gravity Reduction

  • Pain relief
  • Boosts inspiration
  • Helps to lessen insomnia
  • Reduces stress and anxiety
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Enhances athletic performance
  • Decreases recovery time from some injuries

WHAT ARE THEY SAYING ABOUT US?

“Sacred Floats & Gems is perfect in every way possible. It embodies a place of relaxation and self discovery. The inside was hand built by the owner, Jared, who adds to the experience with a hospitable demeanor and a kind personality. It was on my top 10 experiences of all time. I highly highly recommend it to everyone.” Yusuf Varzideh

“I’ve done it and I loved it. Can’t wait to do it again. It took meditation to another level.” Capoeira

“These guys ROCK I can’t wait to fly down from NYC and get my float on!” C.W. Wing

“I was fortunate to float @ Sacred Floats & Gems within the first two weeks of its opening. Booking was smooth and the staff who greeted me for my appointment was friendly and attentive. I mostly knew the routine having floated before. The overall experience was terrific and my float was fantastic. I recommend floating to almost everyone. It’s really something that has to be experienced.” Robert J.

“Super relaxing and peaceful experience. I enjoyed my first float and look forward to my next!” L. Lynn

What is Floatation Therapy?

Floatation therapy is a natural treatment used to help heal the body and mind through sensory deprivation.  Floatation tanks, also known as sensory deprivation tanks, create a zero-gravity environment emulating floating in space. Scientific research has recognized the therapeutic benefits achieved from this deep relaxation state, including a strengthened immune system, whole brain thinking, and relief from pain, stress, and insomnia. In fact, one hour of floating has the restorative effects of 4 hours sleep.

WHY FLOAT ?

Athletes

  • Enhances athletic performance
  • Accelerates healing of injuries
  • Deep muscular relaxation

Business Executives

  • Reduces stress and anxiety
  • Rejuvenates energy levels
  • Lowers blood pressure

Students and Educators

  • Lessens insomnia
  • Aids accelerated learning
  • Improves concentration

Writers and Artists

  • Promotes clarity and focus
  • Stimulates creativity
  • Boosts inspiration

There isn’t a stereotypical float tank user, almost everyone can benefit from floatation therapy. Clients use the sensory deprivation tank for various reasons, such as, health and wellness, personal growth, stress management, and pain relief. The tank has proven highly beneficial for sufferers of back pain, depression, chronic fatigue syndrome, and fibromyalgia. The effects of floating are collective, the more frequent you float, the greater the benefits.

Won’t meditation give you the same results? It would take a long period of time and practice to reach the deep levels of relaxation acquired through floatation therapy. The tank creates an environment that is similar to the Dead Sea and transports the user into an experience of total weightlessness; every muscle is able to relax. The solitude of the pitch-black, soundproof tank eliminates outside stimuli and allows the user to encounter a deep relaxation state without effort.

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