"FLOATING" is a wellness practice.

Floating was invented in 1954 by a neuroscientist.

The rise of podcasting, social media, and modern float tank design have brought floating into "mainstream" cultural awareness.  

You lie down in 10 inches or so of epsom salt solution at skin-temperature in a space (a tank, pod, or room) designed to minimize sound and light, and relax for a while. 

You control the entire experience. 

(You can leave the lights/music on and keep the door open if you prefer.)

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FLOATING RELAXES BOTH BODY AND MIND.

Reducing sensory stresses while being suspended from gravity in warm salt water sounds simple, but can have profound effects. 

Most people don't know what to expect of their first float, but come to realize it's something special after 2-5 floats.  There's a ton of science about how and why floating is great, but two things are clear:

People float for all sorts of reasons, 

(relief from pain, reduced stress, meditation etc.)

 

AND EXPERIENCED FLOATERS AGREE:

THE MORE YOU FLOAT, THE BETTER IT GETS.