PureRest Float

Floatation Therapy

What is Float Therapy?

Floating is a method of attaining the deepest rest that humankind has ever experienced.

Whether you’re seeking next level wellness in your body, mind and spirit, or you just need some time to yourself to de-stress, float therapy has the ability to cover all of those bases and then some…

Years of well documented testing and research reveal that floating can help to relieve pain and tension in the body, lessen anxiety, improve concentration and creativity.

How does float therapy work?

Inside our expansive Ocean Float Room (8’x7’x5′) you will float effortlessly in a warm and dense solution of epsom salt, about 10 inches deep for about an hour. The water and air in the tank is kept at 93.5 degrees fahrenheit which is skin receptor neutral. This causes you lose track of where your body ends and the water begins once you’re settled.

Your ears stay just below the water and the tanks are insulated against ambient sound, so after you shut the door and turn off the light, you’ll float in total darkness and silence for an hour (you may choose to leave the lights and music on) without forces of gravity, light, ambient sound, or tactile sensations.

Without any external stimuli, your awareness and focus will shift inward helping to reduce stress and pain, improve concentration and creativity, and bring you to a deepened state of relaxation.

When you’re not constantly taking in information, your mind, body and spirit are free to focus on what’s important. Your body pumps out dopamine and endorphins for deeper rest and healing.

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

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About Us

One morning, when Gregor Samsa woke from troubled dreams, he found himself transformed in his bed into a horrible vermin. He lay on his armour-like back, and if he lifted his head a little he could see his brown belly, slightly

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