The Science of Feeling Great®
By harnessing the power of weightlessness and Epsom Salts together, floating is commonly utilized as a pain management technique. Whether a health condition, serious injury, or long days at the office are a pain in your neck (or shoulders, back, and feet), flotation therapy is a top natural solution. Regular floaters have experienced success alleviating chronic pain and improving spinal misalignment issues. Studies show that floating has been shown to ease pain from chronic conditions, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia.
Former Marine Finds Relief In Floating
Of course, pain isn’t always just physical. Ever feel like your brain’s on overdrive? It probably is. Just as you wouldn’t run a computer 24/7 without restarting, our minds need to shut down from the stress of day-to-day life.
The lack of external stimuli experienced during flotation therapy is extremely rare in modern society. Without the constant hustle and bustle of the world around them, people experience a profound calmness of mind, resulting in improved stress management and feelings of inner peace.
With all of the elements of floating working together to recharge both the mind and the body, flotation therapy is a great tool for anybody that’s looking for a naturally healthy lifestyle. But yogis aren’t the only ones booking appointments at the spa - elite athletes have been floating their way to greatness for decades, citing both physical and mental benefits. The Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry and Harrison Barnes famously float once a week, telling ESPN that the therapy is “an opportunity to just relax,” as well as a recovery tool for sore muscles during the grueling NBA season.
Floating with Stephen Curry & Harrison Barnes