Floatation therapy takes place in a floatation tank (also called a sensory deprivation tank or isolation tank) containing 10 inches of super-concentrated Epsom salt & water solution. Our floatation cabins contain 270 gallons of water and 1,000 pounds of Epsom salt each. The density of the water makes it possible to effortlessly float on the water's surface and achieve complete weightlessness.
The water inside the tank is self-regulated to be 93.5 degrees Fahrenheit, the skin temperature that the brain perceives as neutral, resulting in a reduction in tactile stimulation of the skin. In addition, floaters have the option to reduce the amount of visual and auditory sensory input as much as desired. This ranges from total sensory deprivation, with no light and no sound, to a floatation experience accompanied by soft colored lighting and music. We have various musical selections ranging from ultra-relaxing new age vibrational healing frequencies to downtempo electronic to classic rock, and offer floaters the option of bringing their own playlist on an mp3 player.
Chair massage & reflexology by Boma Kalio available with at least one day advanced notice of appointments. Massage and reflexology sessions are 30 minutes and take place after the floatation session. Call for more details, pricing, or to make an appointment!
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