|About||The Philly area's largest Float Tank Center! Our custom-built Float Rooms are large enough to walk into & stand inside: a whole new level of relaxation!|
Never heard of Floatation Therapy? It's like the Dead Sea in your own private bath tub! Our Float Spa has been specially designed to bring the most modern and friendly Float experience to everyone! How so? Read on...
Floating is the ultimate relaxation experience, and although not that well-known around here yet, it's very popular in Europe, California, and everywhere that people are looking to reduce stress and pain, naturally. If you are familiar with it, you may have heard of it as being in an "isolation tank" or "sensory deprivation" - but our custom-built Float Rooms bring the most modern design to still provide all of the benefits without the claustrophobic feelings that you get from having to close a lid over top of you!
Floatation Therapy, also known by its clinical name: Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy, or REST, is a holistic health therapy backed by over 50 years of science proving it to be the most effective, natural method to relax, reduce stress by decreasing cortisol, adrenaline, and other stress hormones, and dramatically relieve chronic pain.
Floating is as simple and easy as it can be: your private Float Room is filled with 10 inches of water and super-saturated with 1000 lbs of Epsom and Dead Sea salts, allowing everyone to float effortlessly. Your body and mind quickly relax and slow down, leaving you profoundly relaxed like you have never felt before!
It's the ultimate experience in relaxation, natural healing, and the perfect mind/body treatment. Free from the effects of gravity, your body can heal itself, as your muscles and joints get a much-needed break from their regular stresses and strains. Without any noises or distractions from the outside world - no bright lights or noises - you can take the time to focus on healing your body and mind.
The lack of external stimuli makes it a serene and perfect setting for meditation, breath-work, and mindfulness practices. Your brain slows down to the Theta state, allowing even those