Yoga and floating go perfectly together! They both drive you to be aware of yourself, and the present. Both have mental and physical benefits that can be translated to the other discipline. Floating helps you get more out of yoga, and vice versa. Applying yoga techniques to floating, and vice versa, can help you get the most out of both – combining the two sequentially can take you to whole new levels.
Pain can manifest itself in many ways and can often be a sign from the mind and body that something is out of balance. Due to the weightlessness and sensory restriction experienced in the float tank, floatation therapy can aid with relief of pain associated with many chronic pain conditions. Floating helps to stimulate the body’s own natural power of healing and regeneration.
In today’s fast-paced world it’s common for many of us to feel anxious or depressed. If you suffer from anxiety or depression, floatation therapy can be a helpful treatment for you. Float therapy has had proven effects when it comes to elevating people’s moods and relieving anxiety, helping people feel better and think more clearly since its development for general use in the 1950s. But how?