Relax and recharge in a Float Tank, a unique sensory experience balancing your body and resetting your mind, unlocking a long-lasting sense of well-being.
Our centre has recently upgraded our float tank rooms in line with advancements in this type of therapy. Our float tanks are now state-of-the-art open style float tanks that look like a small rectangular shallow plunge pool with no lid and rather a ceiling that is 1.6m high, giving a sense of space while keeping things cosy. Each float tank contains a dense Epsom salt and water solution which is 30cm shallow and set at skin temperature (35.5C). Because of the high ratio of salt to water, you’ll float effortlessly, horizontal, facing up. Your body will be buoyant, with a sense of weightlessness, like in the Dead Sea. Float tanks are hygienic because the high saltwater solution is naturally sterile. The tanks are also filtered daily.
Our float tanks are unique and are not like any other wellness centre you may find in the Sydney area. Besides being an open style tank, our float rooms also have star lights. The idea of floating is to be in total darkness but the extra feature of star lights is an added attraction and rounds off your floating experience. As you finish your float you can emerge from your relaxed state, staring at the stars for a few minutes as the music plays at the end.
Our centre has two float rooms, each with a shower. The first room has one double size float tank where either just one person can float or you can choose to float with a partner or friend in the same tank. The Couples Float Tank option is priced at $109 for 1 hour. We also have another float room with two single tanks where you can also float with a friend or partner but each in your own tank, priced at $120 for the room for 1 hour. If you choose to float alone in a room, it’s $79 for 1 hour. When booking your float with our centre, please specify your type of booking and which room you’d like to book.
Floating has become increasingly popular as it moves into mainstream culture. From elite athletes, to celebrities, to around the corner, float tank therapy is an accessible, easy and time-efficient way to achieve clarity, reduce stress and enhance performance. The silence, safety and warmth of the environment is naturally conducive to stillness, relaxation and peace-of-mind. Without outside distractions your body and mind can combine to achieve a deep and restful state – one hour of floating can amount to six hours of extra sleep.
For floating fans and to enjoy discounts on floating, stay tuned for our Float Memberships coming in February…
Regular floating can strengthen the body's ‘relaxation response', helping to reduce the chances of stress-related illness now or later in life. Floating is effortless and the benefits are immediate and profound. Scientific tests have shown that floating reduces stress and anxiety, reduces heart rate and blood pressure, reduces muscle tension, reduces back pain and greatly assists in the healing process. It also stimulates endorphin production (providing relief from chronic pain), stimulates Alpha brain waves (relaxation) and Theta brain waves (associated with creative insights and meditative states). In a state of stillness, your body can truly relax, restoring mind-body balance, harmony and creativity.
If you’re a first time floater, here’s what you can expect. You’ll step into the float tank and lie on your back, partially submerged in skin-temperature dense salt water solution. The sterile water is usually 30cm deep. Your float tank session lasts between 30 and 60 minutes. You can wear earplugs for comfort if preferred, and can stretch your arms and legs to almost touch the sides of the tank. You’ll float effortlessly because there are 300kg of magnesium sulphate (also known as Epsom salts) in just 30cm of water.
Without any sensory input, your stresses, worries, pain, and fatigue disappear and what occurs is a unique sense of peace and harmony. Blood flow is stimulated through all the tissues, natural endorphins are released, and the brain produces alpha and theta waves associated with relaxation and meditation.
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