What is Floating – Just Float, The World’s Largest Float Therapy Center
Yesterday I had a pretty remarkable experience, floating for an hour in a room devoid of light and external noise. The 1,000 pounds of Epsom salt which saturated the pleasant, tepid water caused my body to float effortlessly. Since I meditate daily, I welcomed the release that came with being untethered by my senses, gently hovering in a state of incredible relaxation.
For those of you who are wondering what the process is, you shower before entering the chamber to remove oils, lotions and pollutants from your skin and hair. Then you step into the tub which is softly illuminated. Once you lie in the water and adjust to your body’s buoyancy, you can turn off the lights and allow the soothing music to lull you into a state of stillness. The music fades away, leaving your breathing as the only steady sound.
At the end of your session, the music and lights slowly return. You exit the tub and rinse off the salty water.
Forty dollars (intro price) and an hour later, I definitely think the experience was well worth it.
If you are in the Los Angeles area, and you would like to try floating, please click on this link: http://justfloat.com/