Salt cave therapy helps to combat seasonal allergies, migraines, and breathing ailments
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- From clearing the lungs to improving skin condition, salt caves can perk up the entire body. Read our guide to learn more.
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About Float State
Float State is the stop for therapeutic wellness through the facility's flotation tanks and healing spaces. The Open Float Room Space is a six foot wide by eight-foot long float pool in a private room, unlike many tank rooms that can feel claustrophobic. As guests float effortlessly in skin temperature Epsom Salt solution, they lose all senses of gravity and sensations, leaving room to relax and rejuvenate. Other services available here include:
Float Therapy: A flotation tank is pretty simple. It contains 10-12 inches of sterile water around body temperature (filtered and UV after every usage). In the water, there are over 1700 pounds of medical grade Epsom Salts to ensure that anyone can float. You simply rinse off, enter the tank, lie back, and relax. You will feel entirely weightless and free. Every single muscle in the body gets the rest it needs and the time to recover
Infrared Sauna: A sauna that uses infrared panels, rather than just heating the environment, to promote detoxification, relaxation, and weight-loss. Through the process of conversion, radiant heat is absorbed by the body and creates muscle relief and releases tension throughout the body
Halo Therapy: Halotherapy has helped many people get relief from asthma, allergies, sinusitis and sinus headache, COPD (Stage 3 and lower), cystic fibrosis, exposure to dust and pollution and other conditions that affect breathing. People with psoriasis, eczema and acne also visit salt rooms for relief from these common skin ailments. Halotherapy is simply a natural approach to wellness that’s helped people breathe better, feel better, sleep more soundly and experience a deep state of relaxation
Cryotherapy: Cryotherapy is a treatment that exposes your body to ultra-low temperatures that range between -200°F and -256 °F for three minutes. This environment tricks the brain into thinking the body is freezing which then sends it into fight or flight mode, causing blood to rush to your core. First utilized in Japan in 1978 it was designed to supplement health and wellness programs, without treating any medical diseases, disorders or illness. Clients who have undergone cryotherapy sessions say they experience a multitude of benefits, including “feeling rejuvenated”, “a feeling of wellbeing” “improvement in athletic performance” and “having more energy.