4 Reasons Float Therapy Help Working Professionals
Roll call for my working people. Doctors, lawyers, nurses, baristas, admin support, web designers, cooks, I’m talking to all of you guys! In my opinion any who works is a working professional, so yes ’m talking to you too! All jobs have their pros and cons, but burnout and and fatigue can happen regardless if you love your job or hate it. If you stare at a screen, juggle serval orders, or work a physically demanding job, chances are you would greatly benefit from float therapy or “floating” inside a sensory deprivation tank also known as an isolation chamber. Float Therapy is floating effortlessly in 12 inches of skin temperature water; 94-95°, 1,000 lbs of dissolved Epsom salt in the absence of light and sound. Here are a few ways float therapy can improve your work life balance and help prevent burnout.
Float Therapy is more than isolating the senses, and reseting the mind, its a chance to heal our bodies through the benefits of floating/soaking in a large quantities of Epsom salt. If you ever twisted your ankle, chances are you have been told to soak it in Epsom salt or take an Epsom salt bath to reduce inflammation and pain. The effects of epsom salt on the body are incredible and nonthreatening. Float spas use up to 1,200 lbs of dissolved therapy grade epsom salt for each float tank, and are maintained to clean and sanitize the water as well as the salt for each client. Discover the 9 most useful benefits of soaking in epsom salt inside a floatation tank.
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.
Do you or someone that you love suffer from PTSD? Do you know a veteran who is working to overcome this frightening, life-crippling condition? If so, you may want to consider float therapy to assist with reducing the symptoms of PTSD.
Float therapy has been around for many years, but recently the sensory deprivation technique has grown in popularity. Float therapy has a number of benefits, such as improving circulation and reducing stress. However, one of the main benefits of float therapy is often overlooked – aiding meditation. When done properly, a float therapy session can be transformed into an eye-opening, enlightening experience by simply meditating. So, how do you turn a float therapy session into meditation time? Here are 10 tips for using float therapy for meditation.