Floating

The Importance of Water

Water is an ancestral, magical, earth-living spirit, which in silence, and as a conscious organ,
vibrates in harmony with its water resources, to endow our entire existence with life, growth, and evolution
Water is harmony, health, cleanliness, transportation, ritual, and nourishment.
Water is relaxation. Water transports, cleans and heals, nourishes and hydrates, and conducts energy.
WATER IS ENERGY.
Water is not only necessary; WATER IS VITAL.

Floating

At Vital Float Centre, our floating services can help you to unlock incredible mental, physical, and performance benefits that might help you to feel calmer, more creative, and more productive. Floating may also support the strengthening of your immune system, reduce inflammation in the body, and help you to sleep better.

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What is Floating?

Floating is the process of entering a tub that contains a saturated solution of Epsom salt that allows a person to float effortlessly without external stimuli (unless requested). Floating therapy can be used for many different purposes, including meditation, exploration, relaxation, and physical therapy, boosting creativity and supporting pain management. Sessions are conducted in one-hour intervals.


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Float Rooms are also known as floatation tanks, float pods, float spas, float chambers, isolation tanks, sensory deprivation tanks, and other related terms.

Benefits of Floating

Floating is beneficial for athletes, those interested in wellness and self-care, the injured, those battling chronic pain, and alternative care users. Below are some ways floating may improve your quality of life:

Watch this amazing video about floating and the brain by Dr. Justin Feinstein, Director of the Float Clinic & Research Center at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research.

What to Expect

Floating is a transformative experience that benefits the body, mind, and soul. Below are a few things you can expect from a sensory deprivation float session:
Please note that a standard Float session, though physically and mentally beneficial, does not involve any practitioner and it is not covered by most insurance plans in Canada.