A holistic healing modality, a portal of self-discovery, and a catalyst of transformation.
REST: Your Portal to True North
Discover the magic of REST – Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy, more commonly known as floating.
Our state-of-the-art float tanks provide the perfect environment to escape the chaos and stresses of the world, recover and recharge, access creativity and inspiration, and re-center and align to your True North.
Explore the Benefits of REST
The benefits of just one float are immediate, but if you establish a regular float practice, you will discover the transformational effects of REST.
Our float tanks offer a sensory deprivation experience that can help you disconnect from the stressors of daily life and enter a deeply relaxed state, leading to an amazing nights sleep. This relaxation can help reduce stress, anxiety, and depression.
The buoyancy of the float tank can help reduce pressure on your joints and muscles, while the magnesium-rich Epsom salt solution can soothe tension, pain, and inflammation. Top athletes like Steph Curry and Tom Brady use floating to recover from physical exertion and heal injuries.
The float tank is the perfect environment to consciously connect to breath, activate the parasympathetic nervous system (rest and digest), and let the natural healing intelligence of the body go to work. We all have an inner physician capable of healing, and the float tank is the perfect place to begin your regenerative journey.
Without screens, quick dopamine hits, and distractions, the float environment improves concentration and focus. We are free to be as we are, free to think what we want, free to express our deepest desires. On the other side of boredom, is freedom. Take back your attention span.
The float tank is a gateway to unexplored inner realms, the frontier of conscioussness. With a renewed curiosity, we can connect to the void – the endless possibility space that precedes creation. The mental clarity found in the tank can help you discover new insights, ideas, and perspectives. Calling all artists!
Floating is an ideal environment for your meditation or mindfulness practice, as it can help quiet the mind and evoke stillness and presence. The sensory deprivation tank has been known to elicit profound meditative insights.
Deep truths are both rationalized and felt. The float tank is the ideal environment to tune into your emotions, reconnect to your gut and your heart, and simply feel. This primal intuitive sensemaking is a vital component of our inner compass, bringing our desires into clear focus.
Our deepest desires inspire us to act. This inspiration is woven into our daily lives with intention. Intention takes us from mere imagination, to manifestation.
A regular float practice interupts the inertia of society and allows us to create and maintain our own momentum. By regularly coming back to center, we can keep our heading, re-orienting when the world blows us off course. With the compass of intuition, the rudder of intention, and inspiration in our sails, we transform our lives and manifest our deepest desires – our True North.
First Time Floater
Watch our First Time Floater video to get up to speed.
Please arrive 15 minutes early for your first float so our team can get you oriented and ensure you have the best experience.
Book your float therapy session today to experience an environment like no other!
Top 5 Questions About Floatation Therapy
Floatation therapy, also known as restricted environmental stimulation therapy (REST) or sensory deprivation, involves floating in a tank or pool filled with skin temperature water and Epsom salt. The environment is dark, quiet, and serene.
Floatation therapy can help reduce stress, anxiety, depression, pain, and muscle tension, while improving relaxation, sleep, physical recovery, mental clarity, and creativity.
Floatation therapy works by creating an environment free from most external stimulation. This is accomplished by filling a large tank with 12 inches of water, adding over 1000 pounds of epsom salt, and heating the solution to skin temperature. We also build out a lightproof and soundproof environment for the float tank, allowing you to float weightlessly and peacefully in the void.
Yes, floatation therapy is safe for most people. However, if you suffer from epilepsy, have open sores, or have recently dyed your hair or gotten a tattoo, you shouldn’t float. If you have any severe health concerns, consult with your healthcare provider before trying float therapy.
During a floatation therapy session, you will enter a float tank or pool filled with warm water and Epsom salt. You will be able to control the lighting and sound in the tank, and you can choose to float with or without earplugs. We provide showers, shower products, towels, and everything you need for your float session. Watch our First Time Floater video to prepare for your first session.
Unlock your potential with the float tank. Our expert team creates a safe and welcoming space so you can embark on your healing journey, unleash your creativity, and transform towards True North.