Floatation Therapy is lying on your back peacefully in a floatation spa with a shallow, silky solution of water and Epsom salt that allows your body to float totally free from gravity. Floatation Therapy has also been shown to have several health benefits including:
- Enhances deep relaxation of mind and body
- Reduces the effects of PTSD
- Relieves back pain and other chronic aches and pains
- Prevention and ease from conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia and migraines
- Promotes sound sleep and relief from insomnia
- Diminishes depression, anxiety and fears
- Dramatic improvement in athletic performance
- Greater powers of focus and concentration to achieve goals.
We provide time in the current most advanced model of Samadhi Tanks, designed by peers of John C Lily, the original designer of isolation tanks. Our tank is like a bathtub with 10 inches of sterile water, the same temperature as your skin, and 850 lbs of pharmaceutical grade Epsom salt.
We also have an infrared/chromotherapy sauna. To get the full effect at Floatique Spa, we recommend a 45 minute infrared/chromotherapy session followed by a shower, and then into the tank. We have two separate private rooms, each connected directly to a restroom. You are more than welcome to just use the sauna or the tank when you visit!
We are here for your convenience and your support. Our goal is to do our part in spreading health and friendship to the community of Watertown.
What is Floating Like?
Floating is about everything you won't be doing. Because the water is kept at skin temperature, you lose track of where your body ends and the water begins, you won't be fighting gravity. After you shut the door and turn off the light, you float in darkness. Floating is believed to stimulate dopamine and endorphin activities providing your body rest, de-stress and healing. This may be the most relaxing thing you have ever done.
Floatique Spa is located along Highway 20 at 323 10th St NW.
What is Floating Like, watch Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry and his floating experience.