Why Float?


  • Stress Reduction: Floating induces a deep state of relaxation, which helps to reduce stress levels. The weightlessness and sensory deprivation experienced in the floatation tank promote the release of stress hormones, such as cortisol, while increasing the production of endorphins, the body’s natural feel-good chemicals. This can lead to improved mental and physical well-being.
  • Pain relief: Floating can provide relief from various types of physical pain, including chronic pain, muscle tension, and joint discomfort. The buoyancy of the water relieves pressure on the muscles and joints, allowing for deep relaxation and pain reduction. The experience of weightlessness also helps to promote blood circulation and can alleviate inflammation.
  • Muscle recovery & relaxation: The Epsom salt solution used in floatation tanks contains magnesium, which is known for its muscle-relaxing properties. Floating in this solution can help ease muscle soreness, speed up recovery after physical exertion or injury, and promote overall relaxation.
  • Improved sleep quality: Floating has been shown to improve the quality of sleep. The deep relaxation experienced during a float session can help regulate sleep patterns, reduce insomnia, and promote a more restful and rejuvenating sleep. Better sleep has numerous physical benefits, including enhanced immune function, increased energy levels, and improved overall health.
  • Enhanced physical performance: Floating can be beneficial for athletes and individuals engaged in physical activities. It aids in muscle recovery, reduces inflammation, and helps prevent injuries. Additionally, the mental clarity and relaxation gained from floating can improve focus, concentration, and overall performance.
  • Blood pressure regulation: Floating has been found to help regulate blood pressure levels. The relaxation response induced by floating can contribute to lower blood pressure, reducing the risk of cardiovascular issues.
It’s important to note that while floating offers physical benefits, it should not be considered for medical treatment or advice. If you have any specific physical conditions or concerns, it’s always recommended to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new therapy or practice.


  • Deep relaxation & mindfulness: The sensory deprivation environment of a floatation tank allows you to disconnect from external stimuli and enter a state of deep relaxation. This relaxation can facilitate mindfulness and introspection, enabling you to explore your inner self, thoughts, and emotions on a deeper level.
  • Heightened self-awareness: Floating provides a unique opportunity to tune into your own body and mind. Without the usual distractions of the outside world, you can become more attuned to your thoughts, feelings, and sensations. This increased self-awareness can lead to a greater understanding of your spiritual beliefs, values and purpose.
  • Expanded consciousness: Many people report having profound experiences of expanded consciousness during floatation therapy. The weightlessness and sensory deprivation can help transcend the physical body and access altered states of consciousness. These altered states can open up spiritual insights, connections, and experiences.
  •  Connection to present movement: Floatation therapy can help you cultivate a deep sense of presence an connection to the present moment. This mindful state can allow you to experience a spiritual connection with yourself, nature, or a higher power, depending on your personal beliefs.
  • Emotional release & healing: Floatation therapy can create a safe space for emotional release and healing. By letting go of tension, stress, and emotional burdens, you may experience a sense of spiritual cleansing and renewal. This process can help foster spiritual growth and deep connection to yourself and others.
It’s important to remember that spirituality is a personal and subjective experience. Floating, like any other spiritual practice, can vary in its effects from person to person. It’s always helpful to approach it with an open mind and a willingness to explore your own unique journey. 


  • Improved Concentration: Floatation therapy provides an environment free from external distractions. With no sensory input to process, your brain can redirect its energy towards concentration and learning. This can be particularly helpful for individuals who struggle with attention or have difficulty staying focused.
  •  Heightened creativity: The sensory deprivation aspect of floatation therapy encourages a state of introspection and introspective thinking. This can often lead to enhanced creativity and problem solving abilities. Many people report having breakthrough ideas or gaining new perspectives during or after a float session.
  • Enhanced mindfulness: Floating in a quiet and serene environment can help you cultivate a sense of mindfulness. This increased mindfulness can improve your ability to stay present and fully engage in the learning process. It allows you to absorb information more effectively and make connections between different concepts.
  • Stress reduction: Floatation therapy has been shown to reduce stress levels by lowering cortisol, the stress hormone. When you are less stressed, your cognitive function improves, making it easier to learn and absorb new information.

Remember, while floatation therapy can be a helpful tool for learning, it’s always essential to combine it with other effective learning strategies such as active studying, creating a conducive learning environment, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.