General well-being

 

• Promotes total calm and peaceful relaxation

 

• Eliminates fatigue and jet lag

 

• Improves sleep

 

• Alleviates stress

(mental and physical)

 

• Energises, rejuvenates and revitalises

 

• Increases motivation, diminishes depression, anxiety and fear

 

• Facilitates freedom from habits, phobias and addictions

Mental benefits of floatation

 

• Creates mental clarity, alertness

Increases creativity, problem solving

 

• Heightens visualisation

 

• Deepens meditation

Physical benefits of floatation

 

• Decreases the production of cortisol, lactic acid and adrenaline

 

• Increases production of endorphins

 

• Speeds up rehabilitation and recovery

 

• Relieves pain (arthritis, migraines, injuries and so on)

 

• Boosts immune function

 

• Improves circulation and distribution of oxygen and nutrients

 

• Reduces blood pressure, pulse, heart

rate and oxygen consumption

 

• Improves athletic performance

 

• Helps prevent sports injuries, speeds healing process

Conditions helped by Floatation

 

Below are just a few examples of conditions, which scientific research has shown to be improved through the use of floatation sessions:

 

Burn-out syndrome

 

Chronic Headaches and Migraines

 

Chronic Lower Back Pain

 

Stress-related disorders such as anxiety and PTSD

 

Depression

 

Fibromyalgia

 

Rheumatoid Arthritis

 

Pre-Menstrual Syndrome

 

Hypertension

Medical

 

Floating takes the pressure of gravity off joints and muscles and your body is put in to a high state of physical relaxation. Blood pressure and oxygen intake reduce but at the same time blood flow and the distribution of red blood cells increases.

 

This speeds recovery from injury and helps flush any lactate, cortisone and adrenaline that may have built up through training or performance.

 

Floating has been shown to loosen the muscles and give more control over your nervous system. This reduces the risk of injury during training or competition. Floating not only accelerates the recovery process, but releases vast quantities of endorphins, the body’s natural painkiller.

 

Modern training methods focus on helping the athlete to master the ‘inner game’ to develop the perfect synchronicity between mind, body and emotion, which is the hallmark of a champion. In the tank the athlete can reach the level of concentration necessary for visualisation to have a quantifiable impact on his or her performance.

 

Physical exercise can cause a build of lactic acid, which is often experienced as pain and a cramping of the muscles. It has also been linked with feelings of depression known as ‘post-game let down’ which can also affect part-time joggers. Floating resets the body’s chemical and metabolic balance, reducing the risk of over training.