What is Floatation?
Good question! It’s not the easiest one to explain because it’s different things to different people. In essence though it’s a form of sensory deprivation.
Floatation attempts to take away as many of the bodies stimuli as possible to trigger you into a very deep state of relaxation.
This is done by allowing you to float in a room with no light, no sound and where water and air are the same temperature as you.
The floatating is made incredibly easy because we add huge quantities of Epsom salts (which have many additional health benefits) to the water. The salt adds weight to the water, increasing its density such that the water becomes much heavier than you... so you float rather than sink. In case you have ever been there: It's the same reason you float in the Dead Sea but with Epsom’s salts instead of sea salt.
Here at Back in Action we believe that flotation is an excellent way to achieve deep relaxation, promoting stress relief and recovery from a variety of injuries. As well as assisting healing, promoting general well-being and self-improvement.
Why Epsom salt rather than sea salt?
Well becasue Epsom salts work best because there are many secondary health benefits to such a high Epsom salts exposure. Especially for those with joint pain or high stress levels meaning that sensory deprivation isn’t the only benefit of floatation.
Is there anything else in the water?
Apart from a small amount of chlorine there really is nothing else in the water... and you really can’t sink. It’s pretty special. We feel its worth a try at least once, even if only to explore the lucid dream state that many are able to achieve (you know, that bit between sleeping and being awake?)
For even more information on Floatation and our Bristol Floatation Centre, Click HERE to visit our dedicated floatation website
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Our friendly staff will introduce you to both the Mobiliser and floatation experience. At just £5 it a really wonderful add on to your floatation experience.
A Mobiliser session is 15 minutes and is usually taken at the start of your floatation session.
Movement is absolutely essential to maintain a healthy spine, and it's considered to be a major factor in recovering from spinal injuries.
By combining our Spinal Mobiliser System with on-line interactive consultancy and our expert advice and guidance (The Mobiliser System™) we've helped thousands to improve their well-being and to improve their quality of life.
Read more at: https://www.backinaction.co.uk/mobiliser
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