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What is “sensory deprivation therapy”?
Sensory deprivation therapy
(or float therapy) is a tested and proven rehabilitation treatment that suspends patients in warm, dark floatation tanks (or pods) for one-hour increments. Repeated use yields several benefits, including wellness, relaxation, pain relief, and better sleep.
How does isolation therapy work?
Our spa tanks contain over 1,000lb of epsom salt and are warmed to skin temperature, 93.5°F. On average, patients report feelings of weightlessness and euphoria. The spine decompresses, and the mind is allowed to operate separately from the body, with no distractions.
To float, simply lie in the pod, relax, and let your mind drift away.
And don’t worry. You won’t drown, and you won’t get claustrophobic. We promise.
You can even fall asleep if you like.
Is floating sanitary?
Yes. The pod filters water eight times between each session--well beyond Florida Health Department standards. Simply put, the tanks in our spa are at least ten times cleaner than a public pool.
Contrary to popular belief, floating is not new.
Dr. John C. Lilly, a neuroscientist at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), developed the first isolation pod in 1954, with the intent to separate the brain from external stimulation. His findings were conclusive, and his research has been used for therapeutic purposes for over sixty years.