Floating in a pod filled with water and Epsom salt helps reduce stress, detoxify the body, sharpen focus, and relieve headaches
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- Floaters drift into a deeply relaxing dream-like state in an enclosed tank filled with warm water and epsom salt that blocks external stimuli. Sessions are designed to help clear the mind, relax muscles, and relieve stress.
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- Pod features: The pod is filled with highly sterile salt water which is fully filtered four times and sanitized with a UV system and Hydrogen Peroxide between every floating session.
- Amenities: shower, towels, and products to use before and after the float
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About Neighborhood Float
Neighborhood Float would like to be a home away from home for clients—even though it has no kids, chores, or pets for them to fret over. Far from it, the business offers guests the healing solitude of thoroughly relaxing hourlong float sessions.
In pods about as long and wide as a queen-size bed, visitors effortlessly float in 10 inches of UV-sanitized and filtered salt water, which creates an almost meditative state of tranquility. And like a queen-size bed, the float pod might make them nod off from sheer relaxation, which only enhances the stress-relieving, centering effects of the treatment.