Would you like to:
- Feel more alert?
- Sleep better?
- Be more focused?
- Be more patient?
- Manage anxiety?
Step into Relaxation
Achieve total relief during a 60- or 90-minute float session. Your flotation pod or WAVE float room is located inside a fully-equipped relaxation suite, which includes a private changing area, shower with shampoo and body wash, as well as a heated towel rack. Choose to float with lights and music on or – for the ultimate sensory deprivation experience – turn it all off. The water is heated to near skin temperature and 800 pounds of Epsom salt dissolved in the water allows for complete weightlessness. You’ll float on top of the water with no effort at all, allowing you to be transported to euphoric bliss.
Added Bonus: Your skin will feel amazing!
Many claustrophobics deny themselves the benefits of flotation therapy because they fear the enclosed space of the REST pod. Our pod and WAVE float rooms are designed to be used with the door closed or open – eliminating the enclosed space many people fear.
Your health and safety is our top priority. Once you exit the REST pod & WAVE float rooms, our purification systems immediately begin sanitizing the water, leaving it pristine for the next guest.
Taking an hour of alone time (meditation), will decrease the production of cortisone, a stress hormone, leaving you feeling refreshed and serene after the float. While floating, the brain enters an elusive theta brain-wave state, associated with deep sleep and dreaming.
Consequences of unchecked stress:
Depleted energy Ulcers Hypertension
Depression Increased Risk for Addiction Neurological disorders
Irregular menstrual cycles Sleep disorders
The longer you remain stressed, the longer cortisol and ephinephrine levels continue to rise in your body leaving destruction in their path. The good news is that you can reverse this process by mitigating the stress in your life. While we may not always be able to control the stressful events in our life, we can take steps to manage it.
The Role of Magnesium
Most Americans (as many as 80%) don’t get enough magnesium.
That’s bad news considering the list of critical roles magnesium plays in the human body. Your body needs magnesium to help your cells make energy and keep your bones healthy. It’s also useful for reducing the symptoms of depression.