Who Uses Floatation Therapy
Our Client base uses the floatation tanks for vastly different purposes, including relaxation, eradicating stress, pain relief, aiding recovering from injury, enhancing creativity and optimizing performance. Explore who else uses floatation therapy and how it benefits them;
If you are a first-time floater, please arrive 15 minutes early for The New England Patriots in the USA introduced floatation therapy, or sensory-depravation therapy, to their players back in 2014. They now have two tanks sitting in tiled rooms at their Gillette Stadium facilities, and Edelman has come around. An avid floater, the 30-year-old wideout popped in three or four times a week during the season. And he’s far from the only one in the Patriots locker room who believes in the benefits of floating.
Tom Brady is a proponent and reportedly keeps a float tank of his own at home to help him remain atop his game as he nears 40. Chris Hogan has become a regular in the tanks this year after hearing Edelman and Brady rave about them. Matthew Slater has made floating for about an hour part of his weekly routine, and Dont’a Hightower has become so fond of it that he recently purchased passes for his mother and sister to float back in his home state of Tennessee.
But here’s the good news…..Floatation Therapy can ease most pregnancy-related gripes and leave you feeling amazingly relaxed & rejuvenated, giving your entire body a sense of total weightlessness. But it’s not all about us even if we think it should be 😉 If we feel fantastic and calm it can also enhance the bonding process for Dad-To-Be too.
93% of our communication is non-verbal and we pick up on the energies of those we spend time around. If you’re feeling great so will Dad & Baby, if you’re feeling worried or stressed, Dad & Baby will feel it too, so Floatation therapy really can provide marvellous extended results.
It is a commonly known fact that one of the most stressful environments to work in is the Corporate business sector. With so many KPI’s, targets and deadlines to meet along with the people you need to impress, naturally, this can place an enormous amount of mental & emotional pressure which then manifests itself in many physical forms. If you can identify with any of the examples below or just feel your stress is work-related, then Floatation Therapy could have phenomenal results for you. Floatation Therapy can help with:
Exhaustion & Headaches,
upset stomach, aches, pains and tense muscles,
Chest pain & rapid heartbeat,
frequent colds and infections,
High blood pressure and many more associated ailments.
Firstly, the anti-gravity aspect of floating in a warm solution means that for the first time, you are totally weightless and your muscles and soft tissues have the ability to expand to their fullest capacity. This then has a ricochet effect on the rest of your body which allows greater oxygen & blood flow and releases tension in areas compressed by gravity.
Secondly, Epsom Salts are and have been hailed as one of the most effective healing & anti-inflammatory properties for as long as we can remember. It soothes aching muscles, creates the buoyancy to support your full weight and it was recently confirmed, that the best way to gain a transfusion of Magnesium Sulphate is in fact through the skin. How many boxes does that tick already?
We’ve put a little list together of examples of common ailments which Floatation Therapy is really beneficial to:
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (also known as ME)
Eradicating Toxins from the body
Relieve stress & anxiety which accompanies pain
Reduce the effects of Whip Lash, Arthritis & Fibromyalgia