As they drift in a floatation tank, the clients can experience deep relaxation and reduced anxiety
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- Tank features: fans
- Amenities: liquid bandage or vaseline to cover small cuts/wounds
- 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.
- Click here for answers to frequently asked questions about floatation tanks
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About Zen in Kent
Tucked away beneath Red Roof Ranch, Zen in Kent's updated spa studio brings modern relaxation to the countryside atmosphere. Here, owner Jeanna Liess shares her favorite spa experience—the float tank—with others, hoping to help clients relax in a setting removed from the stress and anxiety of everyday life. Jeanna's float tanks are filled with a thousand pounds of Epsom salt before float sessions, where each guest is removed from stimuli and allowed to "float" free from sensory interaction. In addition to their signature float tanks, Jeanna's spa also offers Infrared saunas and a Reiki, or energy healing, practice.