Do acupuncture and floating go together? It’s not an either/or, but a complimentary practice. The President of DC’s Acupuncture society tries SOULEX for the first time to see if sensory deprivation will work for her.Read More
Can floating just once relieve stress? How many times do you need to float to see lasting, long-term benefits?
We looked at the scientific literature and clinical, peer-reviewed studies to help you determine if floating is right for you as a one-time thing, or a practice done over a period of time.
Are you one of those people who doesn’t like the feeling of being confined? Well no worries, let us tell you about a float room.
It’s is big enough to stand and walk around in. Lights on? Lights Off? It’s your choice, you are in control of your float experience.Read More
This is a place to nourish and balance the mind, body, and spirit. If you face work stress or any kind of crisis in your life then a state of deep relaxation (theta) will be a welcome change. Or if things are overall going well for you, by you wish to stretch out the highest feelings of mental well-being then this relaxed state can do it for you.Read More
Before I had kids, I would dream of vacationing in exotic places. Now, I dream about a few hours of alone time with no one asking me questions or calling Mommy, Mommy or requesting to make them food. What used to seem like a really boring way to spend time alone in a quiet place now seems like a luxury or a dream vacation to me!Read More
By definition a flotation tub is a lightproof, soundproof tank of salt water in which a person floats as a form of deep relaxation. The water is kept at skin-temperature, making it imperceptible, and because the tank is lightproof and soundproof, the tub creates a place for our bodies to be free from gravity and all stimulation from the outside world.Read More
In today’s fast paced world, it is very easy to neglect our health by letting our bodies fall victim to the excessive stress we face daily. Stress is a constant for many of us because of the overstimulation of the modern world. Stress can harm your physical and mental being by leading to addictions, blood pressure problems, chest pain, eating disorders, fatigue, headaches & migraines, increased heart rate, insomnia, muscle tension, nervousness, anxiety, problems with concentration among a plethora of other issues.Read More
The water and the tub for a flotation experience are extremely clean. The water is drained after each use, much like when you get a pedicure. The drained water goes to a reservoir which filters and sanitizes. And, of course, the tub is cleaned before the next use.Read More
Expecting Mothers particularly benefit from floating and are often our most satisfied floaters. The extreme buoyancy of the floatation tub removes all forces of gravity on the musculoskeletal and nervous systems, an extreme relief during this taxing time on the body, in addition to providing other mental and physical benefits.Read More
There are no typical flotation tub users. People of all ages and walks of life enjoy the experience of floating- including children. Children are permitted to use Soulex’s flotation tubs and experience many of the same physical and mental benefits of adults. While some parents worry that their children may experience fear or claustrophobia within the flotation tub, there are no reports of such episodes. In fact, children often report that the darkness in the tub is calm and peaceful as opposed to the scary darkness of their bedrooms at night.Read More