Flotation Therapy FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is flotation therapy?

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Flotation Therapy, also known as REST (Reduced Environmental Stimulation Therapy) reduces sensory input to the nervous system through the act of floating supine in a pool of water saturated with Epsom salt. Flotation therapy improves blood circulation and the distribution of oxygen and nutrients, it reduces blood pressure and the heart rate, which provides the body with a natural way to release stress.  

Flotation Therapy offers immediate stress relief, deep relaxation and meditation, and is the ultimate way to push the mute button on the demands of a busy modern world. Flotation Therapy can refresh your mind and body and revitalise your soul.

What is a Float Tank?

Flotation tanks are a light and sound-free environments containing twelve inches of water with 550kg of Epsom salt (Magnesium Sulphate) dissolved inside. The water is heated to skin temperature, so that once you are settled in the tank, the sensation of water on your skin will slowly fade away.

The water in a sensory deprivation tank is heated to skin temperature and nearly saturated with Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate), providing buoyancy so you float more easily. You enter the tank nude and are cut off from all outside stimulation, including sound, sight, and gravity when the tank's lid or door is closed.

Modern floatation tanks boast sophisticated designs, and are built with luxury and comfort in mind. With their organic and smooth shape, and spacious interior, our Float Tanks exude a safe and welcoming presence.

Float tanks have been around for over 50 years. The first float tank was actually developed in 1954 by John C Lily. That tank involved full submersion in water and a breathing apparatus that completely covered your face. The first lay down, commercial tanks were invented in the early 70’s and they developed in to the modern advanced luxury tanks we use today.

In the 1970s Flotation Therapy also became known as REST, or Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy.

What is the purpose of a float tank?

Flotation Therapy offers a way of achieving deep relaxation. Spending an hour in a dark, soundproof tank, suspended in a warm solution of Epsom salt heated to skin temperature, provides proven muscle relaxation, better sleep, decrease in pain, and decreased stress and anxiety.

what is epsom salt?

Epsom Salt is not actually salt but a naturally occurring pure mineral compound of magnesium and sulfate. Epsom salt is often referred to as magnesium sulfate.

Epsom salt is a mineral compound technically referred to as magnesium sulfate. Most people are deficient in this mineral for several reasons, including higher consumption rates of processed foods, overuse of prescription medications, and overdevelopment of agricultural lands that depletes essential minerals from the soil. Many of us would highly benefit from absorption or consumption of this nutrient.

What are the benefits of floating in Epsom salts?

The effects of epsom salt on the body are incredible, with the mineral compound known to relieve stress by boosting the production of serotonin, and reducing the effects of adrenaline. Epsom Salt has long ben known as a natural remedy with numerous health benefits as well as many beauty, household, and gardening-related uses.

Floating in Epsom salt has many benefits such as improving your circulation, improve your body's ability to use insulin, ease muscle pain, regulate electrolytes, and relieve stress. Epsom salt have been well known for hundreds of years and, unlike other salts, has beneficial properties that can soothe the body, mind, and soul.undefined

The Epsom salt solution used in our float tanks that is more buoyant than the Dead Sea, and this floatation means your muscles, bones and joints can experience deep relief.

The float Tank Experience

Flotation tanks create an experience as though the outside world has quietly faded away, leaving you in your own space for relaxation. The buoyancy created by the dense Epsom-salt solution effectively removes the feeling of gravity on the body, bringing you close to an experience of total weightlessness.

What are the benefits of float therapy?

Flotation Therapy can refresh your mind and body, revitalise your soul, connect with your inner self and allow you embark on a journey of self-discovery.

Flotation therapy removes the feeling of gravity on the body, bringing you close to an experience of total weightless. Flotation therapy offers the deepest state of relaxation possible.

The benefits of float therapy include pain relief, improved injury-recovery time, assistance with injury rehabilitation, stress relief, profound relaxation, deep meditation, enhanced creativity and focus, mental and physical revitalisation, assistance with anxiety or depression and help with addictive behaviours.

Floating reduces stress on the back, hips and joints, which is also beneficial to people with very sore muscles, muscle aches, back pain, migraines, insomnia and much more. Flotation therapy promotes total mental and physical calmness Float pods also improves blood circulation and the distribution of oxygen and nutrients. Reduces blood pressure and heart rate, giving the body a natural way to release stress.

What does sensory deprivation do?

Flotation tanks are a zero stimulation environment, and can trigger some pretty profound physical and mental effects. The epson water solution is at optimal temperature for our bodily systems. Our brains aren't required to constantly process input. And we are no longer doing any work against the pull of gravity. The result is that our blood pressure is reduced, stress hormone levels fall and our bodies release endorphins. The combination creates an immensely pleasurable experience.

What does sensory deprivation do to the brain?

Sensory deprivation, also known as Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy (REST), is a technique where sensory input (sound, light, smell, etc.) is minimised. With an absence of sensory input you can enter a super-relaxed theta brainwave (lucid dream/meditation) state where the concept of time vanishes.

Have you ever experienced that deep feeling of calm just before you drift off to sleep? During this dream like state of total relaxation the brain emits theta waves which can be measured by a machine called an EEG.

Along with measuring theta waves in our near sleep state scientists have also observed theta waves during the zen meditation of very experienced Buddhist monks and in regular people during a session in a float pod. It’s even been said that an hour in the pod is equivalent to 4 hours of sleep.

What are the effects of sensory deprivation?

Float to enhance your creativity, improve your focus and to revitalise your mind, body and soul. Inside the gentle solitude and serenity of the float pod we can truly allow the distractions of the world around us to melt away. With the mind at peace, free from the usual overload of sensory information to process we can achieve higher levels of consciousness, expanded learning potential, visualise our inner creativity and find unprecedented levels of mental focus.

Can float tanks help anxiety?

Dr. Justin Feinstein, a clinical neuro psychologist at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research whose preliminary studies have shown that flotation therapy has the same effect on the brain as some anti-anxiety drugs. Studies have also shown significantly reduced levels of depression after just a handful of sessions in a float pod.

Are float tanks good for your skin?

Here's something else to consider: Most people try floating to reduce stress, and research has shown that flare-ups of eczema and psoriasis are directly correlated with stress levels. Theoretically, regular floating could help prevent further flare-ups. Let's not forget the powerful effect of epsom salt on your hair.

Are float tanks good for psoriasis?

Here's something else to consider: Most people try floating to reduce stress, and research has shown that flare-ups of eczema and psoriasis are directly correlated with stress levels. Theoretically, regular floating could help prevent further flare-ups. Let's not forget the powerful effect of epsom salt on your hair.

Does float therapy help weight loss?

Like Dr. Justin Feinstein, a clinical neuro psychologist at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research whose preliminary studies have shown that flotation therapy has the same effect on the brain as some anti-anxiety drugs.

Will my skin wrinkle after an hour in the float tank?

Like Dr. Justin Feinstein, a clinical neuro psychologist at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research whose preliminary studies have shown that flotation therapy has the same effect on the brain as some anti-anxiety drugs.

How long has floating been around?

Float tanks have been around for over 50 years. The first float tank was actually developed in 1954. That tank involved full submersion in water and a breathing apparatus that completely covered your face. The first lay down, commercial tanks were invented in the early 70’s and they developed in to the modern advanced luxury tanks we use today.

A Journey of self-discovery

If you wish to connect with your inner self on a journey of self-discovery or just to push the mute button on the demands of a busy modern world then flotation therapy for stress relief, deep relaxation or meditation could be what you’re looking for. Flotation Therapy can refresh your mind and body and revitalise your soul.

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float tanks questions and answers

float tanks In Practice

Flotation tanks offer Sensory isolation and a proven method for inducing deep relaxation and subsequent positive health effects.

What Can I Expect?

Floating does come with a learning curve, so it's important to establish realistic expectations. Beginners may experience an incredible first float, but for many it takes 3-5 sessions to really get a feel for floating's potential, get physically comfortable within the new environment, and to be able to quiet your thoughts. The experience will be different for you than it is for anyone else, and it will be different each time.

Do you have to rinse off after an Epsom salt bath?

I personally never rinse off and seem to get the benefits. When you start epsom salt baths you may feel a bit light headed and hot after the bath and want to lay down right away, so just towel dry off and relax. If you have the energy for a rinse, then rinse. It's all about listening to your body.

Is there anything I should or shouldn’t do before I float?

We recommend that you don’t drink coffee for several hours before a session (it can make it hard for your body to relax). Also, we suggest you don’t shave or wax right before a float as the salt water can irritate the sensitive skin.

How do you prepare for float therapy?

Eating a light meal about 60 to 90 minutes prior to a session in the pod can stop your stomach from growling while you float. Other than these suggestions, there’s really no preparation needed.

Do you wear bathers in a float tank?

Most people don't wear anything during a float – however you can of course wear a swimsuit if you prefer.

Do I need to bring anything?

If you have longer hair you may want to bring your comb or brush. However, we do provide disposable combs if you need one. Also any make up you may wish to apply after your float and something to put your contact lenses into while you’re in the tank if required. Other than that, we will provide everything you need (towels, robes, earplugs, body wash/shampoo etc).

Are the float rooms private?

Each room is fully private including shower, and you go into the tanks naked so a swim suit is not required. If you prefer to wear a swim suit you're welcome to do so we just don’t recommend it as it can take away from the experience.

Can more than one person float in a tank at a time?

We can only allow one person per tank. Double-wide or twin tanks do exist but we believe that they take away from the whole ‘sensory deprivation’ experience.

Do I have to stay in the whole session?

Of course not, your free to get out anytime you please. That said, the 60-minutes usually goes by a lot faster than you’d expect (many floaters say it feels like 20-30 minutes or that they lose their grasp on the concept of time).

Will my skin wrinkle after an hour in the float tank?

Your skin won’t even prune up or turn wrinkled, but instead will be silky soft afterwards.

Are float tanks bad for your hair?

Epsom salt is a great for hair, adding volume to your hair, leaving it silky smooth.

Can I float if I've just dyed my hair?

As we can’t guarantee that the salt won’t remove some colour from your hair we suggest that you check if the water running through your hair in the shower at home is fully clear. If there is still some colour coming out you should wait a couple of more days/showers.

How often should you float therapy?

Floating has been shown to lower stress levels and increase endorphins in the body. As it's easy for stress to build up and accumulate with all the demands of everyday life, so regularly floatation can be used as a preventive health-care intervention.

Is more often is better?

How often should I float? While you can float every day without harm, we find that the relaxing effects of a one-hour float typically last beyond that day. For best results, we recommend regular sessions, and many clients find that floating once or twice a week provides the most benefits.

dream like state

Have you ever experienced that deep feeling of calm just before you drift off to sleep? During this dream like state of total relaxation the brain emits theta waves which can be measured by a machine called an EEG.

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Refresh your mind and body

flotation benefits

Flotation therapy improves blood circulation and the distribution of oxygen and nutrients, it reduces blood pressure and the heart rate, which provides the body with a natural way to release stress.

What are the benefits of float therapy?

Flotation therapy removes the feeling of gravity on the body, bringing you close to an experience of total weightless. Flotation therapy offers the deepest state of relaxation possible.

The benefits of float therapy include pain relief, improved injury-recovery time, assistance with injury rehabilitation, stress relief, profound relaxation, deep meditation, enhanced creativity and focus, mental and physical revitalisation, assistance with anxiety or depression and help with addictive behaviours.

Floating reduces stress on the back, hips and joints, which is also beneficial to people with very sore muscles, muscle aches, back pain, migraines, insomnia and much more. Flotation therapy promotes total mental and physical calmness. Float pods also improves blood circulation and the distribution of oxygen and nutrients. Floating reduces blood pressure and heart rate, giving the body a natural way to release stress.

What is a Float Tank?

Floatation tanks are a light and sound-free environments containing twelve inches of water with 550kg of Epsom salt (Magnesium Sulphate) dissolved inside. The water is heated to skin temperature, so that once you are settled in the tank, the sensation of water on your skin will slowly fade away.

Floatation tanks create an experience as though the outside world has quietly faded away, leaving you in your own space for relaxation. The buoyancy created by the dense Epsom-salt solution effectively removes the feeling of gravity on the body, bringing you close to an experience of total weightlessness.

Modern floatation tanks boast sophisticated designs, and are built with luxury and comfort in mind. With their organic and smooth shape, and spacious interior, our Float Tanks exude a safe and welcoming presence.

Float tanks have been around for over 50 years. The first float tank was actually developed in 1954 by John C Lily. That tank involved full submersion in water and a breathing apparatus that completely covered your face. The first lay down, commercial tanks were invented in the early 70’s and they developed in to the modern advanced luxury tanks we use today.

What are the benefits of floating in Epsom salts?

The Epsom salt solution that is more buoyant than the Dead Sea, and this floatation means your muscles, bones and joints can experience deep relief.

What does sensory deprivation do?

Flotation tanks are a zero stimulation environment, and can trigger some pretty profound physical and mental effects. The epson water solution is at optimal temperature for our bodily systems. Our brains aren't required to constantly process input. And we are no longer doing any work against the pull of gravity. The result is that our blood pressure is reduced, stress hormone levels fall and our bodies release endorphins. The combination creates an immensely pleasurable experience.

What are the effects of sensory deprivation?

Float to enhance your creativity, improve your focus and to revitalise your mind, body and soul. Inside the gentle solitude and serenity of the float pod we can truly allow the distractions of the world around us to melt away. With the mind at peace, free from the usual overload of sensory information to process we can achieve higher levels of consciousness, expanded learning potential, visualise our inner creativity and find unprecedented levels of mental focus.

What does sensory deprivation do to the brain?

Sensory deprivation, also known as Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy (REST), is a technique where sensory input (sound, light, smell, etc.) is minimised. With an absence of sensory input you can enter a super-relaxed theta brainwave (lucid dream/meditation) state where the concept of time vanishes.

Have you ever experienced that deep feeling of calm just before you drift off to sleep? During this dream like state of total relaxation the brain emits theta waves which can be measured by a machine called an EEG.

Along with measuring theta waves in our near sleep state scientists have also observed theta waves during the zen meditation of very experienced Buddhist monks and in regular people during a session in a float pod. It’s even been said that an hour in the pod is equivalent to 4 hours of sleep.

Can float tanks help anxiety?

Dr. Justin Feinstein, a clinical neuro psychologist at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research whose preliminary studies have shown that flotation therapy has the same effect on the brain as some anti-anxiety drugs. Studies have also shown significantly reduced levels of depression after just a handful of sessions in a float pod.

Are float tanks good for your skin?

Here's something else to consider: Most people try floating to reduce stress, and research has shown that flare-ups of eczema and psoriasis are directly correlated with stress levels. Theoretically, regular floating could help prevent further flare-ups. Let's not forget the powerful effect of epsom salt on your hair.

Are float tanks good for psoriasis?

Here's something else to consider: Most people try floating to reduce stress, and research has shown that flare-ups of eczema and psoriasis are directly correlated with stress levels. Theoretically, regular floating could help prevent further flare-ups. Let's not forget the powerful effect of epsom salt on your hair.

Does float therapy help weight loss?

Like Dr. Justin Feinstein, a clinical neuro psychologist at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research whose preliminary studies have shown that flotation therapy has the same effect on the brain as some anti-anxiety drugs.

Will my skin wrinkle after an hour in the float tank?

Like Dr. Justin Feinstein, a clinical neuro psychologist at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research whose preliminary studies have shown that flotation therapy has the same effect on the brain as some anti-anxiety drugs.

Flotation Tanks are Safe

float tank Safety

The safety record of floatation therapy is indisputable. Thousands of people all over the world have enjoyed the benefits floating has to offer over the last 60+ years. To date, no sober floater has ever been seriously injured during a session.

Are Float Tanks Safe?

The safety record of floatation therapy is indisputable. Thousands of people all over the world have enjoyed the benefits floating has to offer over the last 60+ years. To date, no sober floater has ever been seriously injured during a session.

What if I’m claustrophobic?

With the lights out floating in a float pod is like floating in space.
Keep in mind you’re always in control of the pod and on the rare occasion that someone decides it’s not for them, then they are welcome to hop back out.
That said even people with extreme claustrophobia have reported having no problems with their session in the tank.

While some people naturally feel claustrophobic when considering a float tank for the first time. The single largest mis-conception about floatation is you can't if you are Claustrophobic. Most claustrophobic clients have found they prefer the door closed with the light off far more comforting than leaving the light on. However the float chamber itself is excellent method for calming the mind. Our float tanks allow you to float with the lid open and gradually reduce the amount of light as you become more comfortable with lower and lower

Can you sleep while floating in water?

Like Dr. Justin Feinstein, a clinical neuro psychologist at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research whose preliminary studies have shown that flotation therapy has the same effect on the brain as some anti-anxiety drugs.

Can you drown in float tank?

Float tanks contain a high concentration of salt, making it practically impossible to sink and drown. You would have exert a conscious effort to turn onto your side or attempt floating face-down.

What if you fall asleep in a float tank?

Like Dr. Justin Feinstein, a clinical neuro psychologist at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research whose preliminary studies have shown that flotation therapy has the same effect on the brain as some anti-anxiety drugs.

How long can you stay in a sensory deprivation tank?

No- your skin won’t even prune up or turn wrinkled, but it will be silky soft afterwards.

Can children use float tanks?

Though floating is safe for children it can require a certain level of maturity.
If you are under 18 years of age or have a child that you feel could benefit from float therapy please give us a ring or send us an email as such requests will be handled on a case by case basis.If you do plan on booking a session for a minor please bare in mind a parent or legal guardian will be required to sign a policy form on their behalf and will also have to remain at the centre for the duration of the session.

What does sensory deprivation do?

Like Dr. Justin Feinstein, a clinical neuro psychologist at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research whose preliminary studies have shown that flotation therapy has the same effect on the brain as some anti-anxiety drugs.

What are the effects of sensory deprivation?

Like Dr. Justin Feinstein, a clinical neuro psychologist at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research whose preliminary studies have shown that flotation therapy has the same effect on the brain as some anti-anxiety drugs.

Can you sleep while floating in water?

Like Dr. Justin Feinstein, a clinical neuro psychologist at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research whose preliminary studies have shown that flotation therapy has the same effect on the brain as some anti-anxiety drugs.

Is Floating good for anxiety?

Like Dr. Justin Feinstein, a clinical neuro psychologist at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research whose preliminary studies have shown that flotation therapy has the same effect on the brain as some anti-anxiety drugs.

Who Should Not float?

You should not float if any of the following conditions apply to you: recently coloured or permed hair in the last 7 days. nfectious skin conditions. High risk pregnancy. Open wounds (Including active haemorrhoid’s, the salt can sting). Respiratory conditions or disorders. Epilepsy. When in doubt about a condition, please consult your physician.

Is there anything I should or shouldn’t do before I float?

We recommend that you don’t drink coffee for several hours before a session (it can make it hard for your body to relax). Also, we suggest you don’t shave or wax right before a float as the salt water can irritate the sensitive skin. Eating a light meal about 60 to 90 minutes prior to a session in the pod can stop your stomach from growling while you float. Other than these suggestions, there’s really no preparation needed.

Can Children use Float Tanks?

Though floating is safe for children it can require a certain level of maturity. If you are under 18 years of age or have a child that you feel could benefit from float therapy please give us a ring or send us an email as such requests will be handled on a case by case basis.If you do plan on booking a session for a minor please bare in mind a parent or legal guardian will be required to sign a policy form on their behalf and will also have to remain at the centre for the duration of the session.

soothe the body, mind, and soul

Floating in Epsom salt has many benefits such as improving your circulation, improve your body's ability to use insulin, ease muscle pain, regulate electrolytes, and relieve stress. Epsom salt have been well known for hundreds of years and, unlike other salts, has beneficial properties that can soothe the body, mind, and soul.

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float tanks are hygienic

flotation tanks Hygiene

Rest assured the interior of a float tank is exceptionally sanitary and floating is 100% safe and the water is 100% sterile. With the disinfecting qualities of the Epsom salts and additional non-toxic disinfectants and you will be in the cleanest water available.

Are float tanks hygienic?

The water is completely filtered multiple times through a 1-10 micron filter, treated with a UV light and then a combination of chlorine and Hydrogen Peroxide. All this on top of the natural effects of 550kg of salt in the water!

Are float tanks clean?

The pods are cleaned between each and every float.

Do you wear bathers in a float tank?

Like Dr. Justin Feinstein, a clinical neuro psychologist at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research whose preliminary studies have shown that flotation therapy has the same effect on the brain as some anti-anxiety drugs.

Can I float on my period?

Yes. Just follow the same protocol as you would for a swimming pool.

Can I float if I’m pregnant?

Most certainly, floating can be great during pregnancy! The gravity defying properties of the float pod can take all the weight off the baby off of mother’s body for some much needed respite. If you are in your third trimester, or have any concerns, please speak with your doctor or physician before coming in for a session.

Flotation Videos

Videos About Float Therapy

The Pure Zen Flotation therapy centre is a custom designed facility purpose built to create and offer the perfect float experience.

What is Float Therapy?

A look at the The Pure Zen Flotation therapy centre.

Benefits Of Flotation Therapy

A 15 minute look at the history and benefits of float therapy.

Float Nation

People all across the globe are visiting float tank centers in hopes of reaching states of sensory deprivation. With decades of promising research, why is floating so unknown and underutilized? The result of a trip across the United States, Float Nation explores the resurging trend of floating, its many uses, and the reason for its disappearance.

What Is Floating?

This video gives a general overview of what floating in a sensory deprivation tank is all about. It highlights the various potential benefits and applications of this amazingly unique and powerful health and wellness tool.

Float Tanks – The Most Powerful Tool For Self Discovery (Joe Rogan)

Comedian, martial artist and MMA commentator Joe Rogan discusses the benefits and experience of float tanks for self discovery.

The Truth About Float Tanks

The Truth About Sensory Deprivation Chambers / Float Tanks - An honest explanation of my first time in a float tank.

News Report – PTSD And Float Pod Therapy

An interesting report out of the United States. A returned US soldier suffering from PTSD finds relief through float therapy.

Nine News Perth – Report On Flotation Therapy

Report on flotation therapy from channel Nine News in Perth. From miners to professional athletes and models people nationwide are discovering the benefits of float therapy.

Float Therapy Discussion With Joe Rogan

Joe Rogan discusses meditation verse float therapy, being inside the float pod and the amazing positives that can be achieved through the float experience.

Float Therapy On TV Show Today Tonight

TV Program “Today Tonight” takes a look at float therapy and its benefits.

Articles and Studies

Floating in the Media

The Pure Zen Flotation therapy centre is a custom designed facility purpose built to create and offer the perfect float experience.

OutInCanberra.com.au Road Test The Dream Pod at Pure Zen

Mr Nick Crowther from outincanberra.com.au dropped by for a float in the Dream Pod last week and wrote an amazing review about his Pure Zen experience.

Time Magazine – Michael Hardings Story

Australian soldier Michael Harding returned from Afghanistan with memories of an hours long siege where his second command was shot and killed. The experience left him with severe PTSD and anxiety. Sceptical at first Michael tried flotation therapy and it changed his life.

BBC News Magazine – Why Do People Use Float Tanks?

BBC News Magazine report on float therapy including interviews with regular floaters.

DR. OZ – Road Tests Float

Research demonstrates the many benefits of the "restricted environmental stimulation technique," or REST, a fancy name for the therapy to help people manage pain, battle anxiety and depression, quit smoking and lower blood pressure.

HerCanberra.com.au Road Test The Dream Pod At Pure Zen

The lovely Ashleigh Went from HerCanberra.com.au dropped by for a float last week and wrote an amazing review about the Pure Zen experience.

Health Insurance Company Medibank – What it’s really like to float in a sensory deprivation pod.

Health insurance company MediBank take a look at member Ellen’s first experience in a float pod. (Includes some tips for first time floaters)

Floating: It's For Real, It's Good For You, And It's Not Just For Hippies

A great article on the how floatation makes your brain happy and reduces stress all over your body.

Washington Post – Letting Stress Float Away

Washington Post journalist Justin Moyer tries floating for himself.

Vogue Magazine – Getting Tanked: One Writer’s 60 Minutes in Sensory Deprivation.

Vogue Magazine test drive float therapy.

Health.com – The Crazy Thing That Happened When I Tried Floating in a Soundproof, Lightproof Tank.

Health.com journalist Catherine DiBenedetto tries float therapy for herself.

Revitalise your mind, body and soul.

Experience flotation yourself

Experience the flotation therapy for yourself at Pure Zen flotation therapy centre now. Our private rooms have dimmed lighting, spacious sensory deprivation tanks, and in-room showers. Revitalise your mind body and soul.

With the mind at peace, free from the usual overload of sensory information to process we can achieve higher levels of consciousness, expanded learning potential, visualise our inner creativity and find unprecedented levels of mental focus. Refresh your mind and body. Revitalise your soul.

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