What is floating?

Floating combines 10 inches of water saturated with over 1,000lbs of Epsom salt, heated to the body’s temperature in a float tank or float pod or float room to create an environment where the user can basically experience nothing at all.

Floating has been around for a long time and is often referred to as isolation tanks, sensory deprivation, floatation therapy, R.E.S.T (Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy),  hippie bullshit, and many other things too. But thanks to the pioneering spirit of those in the float industry and the general public’s eagerness to improve and embrace mindfulness, floating is making a tremendous resurgence back to the mainstream. It also doesn’t hurt that pro athletes like Steph Curry, Tom Brady, JJ Watt, and the Chicago Cubs float.By reducing all external stimuli, the act of floating allows the mind and body to rest, recover, and re-energize in a genuinely meditative state.

 

Floatation is a zero gravity environment provided by the buoyancy created by the super saturated salty water. Floating on the water is completely effortless, kinda like resting on a cloud. Floatation provides many benefits like stress reduction, pain relieve, faster healing and recovery times, improved relaxation, and you’ll enjoy significantly improved sleep. The more you float, the more the benefits of floating will ensue.

 

Easy Float custom float rooms make it super easy to get in and out, and provide enough room to stand all the way up inside, very roomy without losing the important rest attributes of floating.

 

 

 

 

At Easy Float, the base float time is 90-minutes. The 90-minute float ensures incredible benefits that last. It can take little bit to turn off and unwind before the effects of floating begin to take place. You by no means have to float for the full 90 minutes though.

 

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