The secret to the amazing benefits felt by having regular float sessions comes largely from the fact that floating shifts your brain into lower, more relaxing frequency levels:

  • Beta (normal alert state for day to day tasks)

  • Alpha (relaxed but aware of our surroundings)

  • Theta (in between awake & sleep) – The Typical Float Level

  • Delta (deep sleep)

The Theta state is typically associated with advanced meditative techniques and provides an immense clarity of thought and an experience of the pure essence of being. Floatation is a tool which makes this state easily accessible to anyone.

The frequency shift made possible by floatation enables true mental and physical relaxation as well as opening up your mind's capacity for recovery, thought and creativity. See below for examples of the sorts of benefits reported as a result of floatation:

 Floatation is a great tool for reaching calm, meditative states

Floatation is a great tool for reaching calm, meditative states

 
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General Well-being

  • Evokes feelings of deep calm and relaxation
  • Increases flow of feel-good endorphins
  • Relieves stress (both mental and physical)
  • Refreshes and rejuvenates
  • Improves sleep patterns
  • Reduces feelings of depression, anxiety and fear
  • Assists with overcoming addictions, phobias and habits
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Mental Benefits

  • Improves clarity of thought and concentration
  • Encourages more creative thought patterns
  • Increases ability to solve problems
  • Facilitates deeper meditation
  • Synchronises left/right hemispheres of brain
  • Enables concentrated visualisation (good for professional sportsmen/women)

 

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Physical Benefits

  • Reduces rehabilitation and recovery time significantly (athletic and post-operative)
  • Relieves pain (chronic pain, arthritis, headaches etc.)
  • Improves blood circulation
  • Reduces blood pressure, heart rate and oxygen consumption
  • Improves physical/athletic performance
  • Decreases production of cortisol, lactic acid and adrenaline

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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
 Floatation can enhance your mood and help ease the burden of many physical conditions

Floatation can enhance your mood and help ease the burden of many physical conditions

Check out our History and Research page for the evidence of study findings and our blog which also discusses the benefits in more depth.