Created to help achieve a feeling of sensory deprivation, floating sessions aim to deeply relax and soothe the body and mind
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- Amenities: spa sandals, towels, shampoo, conditioner, body wash and a prep room with blow dryers, lotions, q-tips, and Vaseline to protect any small cuts and grazes from stinging
- 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.
- Learn how float tanks work and why you should try it.
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About True REST Float Spa
True REST Float Spa strives to find the most effective modes of helping clients naturally achieve blissful states. Their True REST (Restricted Environmental Stimulus Therapy) sessions, for example, are done in an isolated anti-gravity environment, allowing visitors to relax without any distractions. Clients feel as if they are resting on air as a specialized solution of saline water and 1,000 pounds of Epsom salt provide buoyancy.
In addition to the relaxing properties of flotation therapy, the staff believes in its rejuvenating properties as well. An internal study with clients who had minor to moderate muscle strains, pulls, and tears showed a 20–50% reduction in pain with regular sessions. The decrease in sensory information is also purported to help diminish depression, anxiety, and allodoxaphobia.