Feel your tension drift away with this floatation therapy session.
Everyone knows how easy it is to float in the Dead Sea. Floatation is the best method of attaining the deepest rest that is humanly possible to experience. It consists of floating for an hour or more in a 10" deep solution of Epsom salts, in a specially designed room that eliminates all outside distractions.
The solution is constantly maintained at the average body temperature of 98.6 degrees. The buoyancy of the salts solution allows your body to be supported on the surface of the water, giving the impression of zero gravity.
The floating experience is not just an alternative form of rest; it creates a depth of relaxation not found in any other form of therapy. Even after just a few minutes of floating, you feel the wonderful effects. An hour long session is enough to emerge refreshed physically and mentally.
Your session will be in a private lockable room equipped with a shower. The door and lighting can be controlled from inside the room. Please note that only one person is allowed in the flotation room at any one time.
If pregnant you should consult your doctor. It is advisable to avoid shaving or waxing before floating. This is not suitable for epileptics or those suffering from schizophrenia, an infectious skin disorder or a current ear infection.
The minimum age for this experience is 16 years old. This experience is available Monday to Sunday througout the year, subject to availability.
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