Every year more and more people are swearing by sensory deprivation tanks, also known as isolation tanks and flotation tanks. These dark, soundproof tanks are used for restricted environmental stimulation therapy (REST), which can help with mental health issues, increase your immune system, and so much more.
A sensory deprivation tank is completely soundproof, and consists of just one foot of water and over 1,200 lbs of dissolved Epsom salt. Once in the tank, you'll be able to float effortlessly in 93.5-degree water. You'll feel weightless, deprived of your senses in a way that is safe, relaxing, and profound to experience.
While floating in the tank, you'll feel as though you're actually floating, unable to determine where the water stops and the air begins. This sensation of sensory deprivation can be incredibly healing for the body, both mentally and physically. This has begun to attract more people to the activity over the past decade, with studies continually revealing the health benefits of REST.
People use isolation tanks for both mental and physical wellness reasons. The experience, mentally, has similar benefits to regular meditation, making it a popular self-care activity. Commonly experienced effects include:
The relaxing and meditative powers of these tanks pair nicely with their physical health benefits. Given that the process consists of floating in water and Epsom salt, there is absolutely zero pressure put onto any joints or muscles. The result? Your body can fully relax and release tension. Some of the physical benefits include:
You may have heard of sensory deprivation tanks before, but have always associated it with something done by mega-rich CEOs. You're not entirely wrong, as this practice is popular among CEOs, those in fast-paced jobs, and those looking for new ways to boost their creativity at work.
But we here at Float 207 believe that the wonders of sensory deprivation should be accessible to as many people as possible. That's why we have 90-minute sessions available for booking at our home base in Bangor, Maine.
Here at Bangor's first and only floatation therapy center, we have three float rooms and two infrared sauna rooms available for you to book on a one-time or regular basis. We want everyone to experience the benefits of sensory deprivation, so you can count on us to keep our prices affordable. Whether you're an athlete, an artist, someone recovering from an injury, or someone who just wants 90 minutes of total peace and relaxation, we're here for you.
Want to book a session in one of our isolation tanks? If you'd like to schedule a session or have any questions, please reach out to us by email at email@example.com, by phone at 207-605-0146, or by filling out our online form. We would be happy to tell you more about how sensory deprivation can change your life.
You're also welcome to stop by our location at 1723 Hammond St, Hermon, Maine. We're open all week from 8 am to 9 pm.
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