What is Floating?

Floatation-REST (Reduced Environmental Stimulation Therapy) or Floating involves lying on the surface of 10 inches of epsom salt water, inside of a float tank. It is a spacious environment (8' Long x 4' Wide x 4' High) where you can be free from the daily overload of external stimulation. There is no gravity, touch, light, or sound. 


Free from gravity

Each tank is filled with 10 inches of water & 800lbs 

(1600 cups) of epsom salts

Lying down on your back, the epsom salt-water supports and disperses your weight, allowing you to float on the surface, experiencing weightlessness.  


Free from touch

The water is kept at 34.1 degrees 

(skin receptor neutral) 

which means you can no longer tell where your body ends and the water begins.  


Free from sound

The tanks are insulated against sound, and with your ears just below the water, noise from the outside is unable to reach you. 


Free from sight

After you shut the door, you float in total darkness. Completing your external stimuli free environment. 

It is however optional to close the door. You can always float with the door open or propped open just slightly. 

Why Float?

During your float the outside world is gone and amazing things happen. It turns out that when you’re not fighting gravity or constantly taking in information your body has a lot of extra resources at its disposal. Your mind is free to navigate without distraction, your brain pumps out dopamine and endorphins, and you body gets to rest, de-stress and heal. 

It’s likely to be the most relaxing thing you’ve ever experienced.

People from all walks of life float for different reasons, be it for physical therapy, relaxation, meditation, visualization or for its many more uses benefits. Find out why you'll love Floating!​

Sounds Like Fun

It is not only fun but also very good for you. Floatings mental and physical therapy has a profound affect on many people lives

A Wellness Practice

What’s truly impressive about float tanks is that almost every one of its benefits lasts for several days past the float itself. The longer and the more often the float tank is used the stronger the effects become, the longer they last, and the better off someone is when they come in to float again. This creates a positive spiral of recovery and health that simply works to reinforce itself, giving people a path and a means towards a better life.