Are you overstimulated?
Escape the external stimuli and return to your true self.
90% of the central nervous system’s workload is related to gravity, light, sound, and touch. Without sensory input, the left brain goes to sleep, and the right brain is activated; thus increasing the ability to visualize, create, dream, imagine, and problem solve. People report spontaneous reduction in or elimination of unhealthy attitudes, behaviors, and addictions from smoking, alcohol consumption, and pain-killers with regular floating. Many people experience a deep state of peace and tranquility near the end of their session. You may even fall into a deep sleep.
The benefits of floating can be profound physically, emotionally, intellectually and spiritually uplifting. Reduction of stress and anxiety from everyday life is usually felt soon after stepping into the tank. First developed by John C. Lily in 1954, floating is becoming a wildly popular way to decompress.
• “Super-learning”- retention, comprehension, and original thinking
• Brain releases endorphins and dopamine creating feelings of wellbeing
• After about 40 minutes of floating the brain turns from alpha waves to theta state. Theta state is the meditative state between waking and sleeping
• Improves heart and overall circulatory health
• Improves cellular oxygen utilization
• Reduces frequency of migraines
• Reduces inflammation and relieves muscle cramps
• Gives the skin and hair a renewed glow
• Helps maintain ideal calcium balance
• Regulates electrolytes
• Helps regulate insulin
• Flushes heavy metals and toxins from the cells
Optimize Athletic Performance
• Peak performance enhancement by Optimizing mental clarity and motivation.
• Reduce lactic acid levels in the body
• Recovery from stress of peak output and virtual elimination of fatigue and “post-race letdown”
• Relief from Jet Lag