Float Therapy

Floating is a practice where you enter into a  tank (also called an isolation tank or sensory deprivation tank) which is an enclosed tub filled with 10″ of water that has 800 lbs. of dissolved Epsom salts in it. The density of the salt solution removes approximately 80% of the gravity usually affecting the body. You lie down in the water and float effortlessly - completely buoyant! The water is heated to the same temperature as the surface of your skin, approximately 93 degrees, so that when the water settles and you remain relaxed and still, you do not feel the water. The tank is without light, sound-proof and has a neutral smell.

 

All forces of gravity on the musculoskeletal system and nervous system are eliminated from the extreme buoyancy; so imagine a space where you don’t feel, see or hear anything. The tank’s extremely unique environment is designed to minimize the amount of sensory input; directly affecting your nervous system. This environment then has so many benefits and applications for health, personal development, spirituality, and well-being.

Floating for Relaxation

Most floaters enjoy the tank for the ease that they can reach deep levels of relaxation. Part of this is due to the increased Theta brain waves that are activated with deep relaxation - these are the same brain waves found when a practioner is in deep meditation, or in REM sleep. This is a profoundly healing place for your brain and body to reside.   While you feel like you're lightly napping your body is actually working to heal and rest.

Samahdi Float Tank

Floating for Pain Relief

Take the gravity off your joints, muscles and skeletal system and see the benefit of floating for pain relief. The deep state of relaxation you enter releases endorphins which are the body's natural pain relievers and the improved circulation helps bring oxygen and nutrients to heal nagging injuries. 

Common ailments that floating can help include: Hypertension, Arthritis and Insomnia, Spinal Alignment, Structural Alignment, Fibromyalgia, Depression, Migraine or Tension Headaches, Autism, Jet Lag, Addiction, PMS, Scoliosis, Pregnancy Discomforts and so much more!

Both the magnesium and the relaxation help relax muscles - most importantly your heart! Float tanks have been proven to help lower blood pressure, pulse and heart rate. When your body isn't working so hard at basic functions, it can put more energy towards healing and immune support. Lowered levels of stress and stress relief techniques such as floating have been shown to help with ailments such as Hypertension, Coronary Heart Disease, Ulcers, Migraine or Tension Headaches, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis, Fertility Issues, Temporomandibular Syndrome (TMJ) 

Floating in Pregnancy

An often recommended supplement in pregnancy, magnesium, is key in promoting a comfortable, healthy pregnancy. Soaking in an Epsom salt solution is a wonderful way to help lower blood pressure, relax muscles and lower overall stress.

There is also the added benefit of connecting with your baby - some women can even hear the baby's heart beating. Enter a womb like tank and connect with your little one on a deeper level. 

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My first float was given to me from a friend. I love floating it is helping a lot of health issues I currently have! I have recommended this to all my friends! It is very calming and relaxing, I fall a sleep almost every float!.

Kathy Wilson

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I can't believe how much better my body feels after only a few weeks of breathing and stretching for no more than 20 minutes twice a day.  My energy has even increased!  I love it.  

Kirsten Gerrish

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Heirloom Wellness and Birth, LLC  is in network for BC/BS, Cigna & Tricare.  We accept, Medicare/Medicaid & Denali Kid Care.  Let us help you to get an out of network exception with your insurance if we aren't in network with them.    We are happy to bill your insurance for you and will work with you to set up a payment plan if you do not have any insurance.  

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