Floatation Tank

By: Back on Trak Health  30-Oct-2010
Keywords: Health, Stress, Floating


*  A float tank is a large covered bath with a sliding door.

*   The tank has a soft light inside and is quite roomy.

*  The water solution in each tank is heated to skin temperature and saturated with 350kg of soothing epsom salts. (This gives you the buoyancy, you can't sink).

*  Lie back and relax into the nice warm water.

*  The water in the tank is hygienic as it is filtered after each session.



The following benefits:

Deep and Profound Relaxation

Relief from painful muscular conditions

Relief from PMT/PMS

Relieves Joint Stiffness and Pain

Enhances Sleep Patterns

Increases Muscle Regeneration (Magnesium)

Normalises Blood Pressure

Enhances Immune System

Ideal Environment for Speed Learning (audio/visual)

Ideal for Neuromuscular Programming

Great for pregnant women (throughout the pregnancy)


Keywords: Floatation Tanks, Floating, Health, Stress

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