Floatation therapy has been used for years as a way to reduce stress, pain, and anxiety. However, float therapy can be used as an alternative medicine to help with a number of physical ailments and diseases. Lyme disease is one such illness in which float therapy can be extremely beneficial.
Like chips and salsa, yoga and float therapy are a match made in heaven. Floating and yoga promote natural wellness and provide an opportunity to focus on your individual practice and leave all distractions at the door. The rise in alternative health practices have people looking inward for stress relief and relaxation. So how does float therapy and yoga compliment each other so well?
Our most commonly asked question is “"How often do you recommend floating?". The real answer is, it depends. Based on your needs and intentions of floating, the answer can vary from person to person.
Float Therapy is a practice. The more you float, the deeper your experience, and the easier it becomes. Like yoga or meditation, you can not do it once and achieve all of your goals or become Yoda. Each time you float, your practice deepens, your mind and body become acclimated to the environment, and letting go becomes a lot easier.
Have you ever spent a day floating around in the pool? Do you recall being calm or serene? You probably do because floating can be a very calming experience. Floating is no doubt relaxing, but have you ever wondered why? Recent scientific research may shed some light on why floating is so relaxing and it all comes down to how it affects the brain.