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Flotation therapy was discovered in 1954 by Dr. John C. Lilly who was a neuroscientist and writer who explored human consciousness. He was the inventor of the world’s first sensory deprivation tank to test what would happen if the brain was deprived of all the sensory information. His studies showed that participants who came out his floating chambers felt the sense of relieve, the sense as they unplugged from a physical world and felt completely calm and relaxed. Some of them even felt epiphanies of personal discovery and self-realization.

At T-Float, we provide two exceptional floating experiences: the Orion Suite and the DreamPod.

The Orion Suite offers a spacious and serene float cabin experience, allowing clients to immerse themselves in 1500 pounds of magnesium salts. It's designed for those seeking an extended relaxation journey and can be customized for float durations ranging from 60 to 90 minutes, with the option to extend as needed.

For a more futuristic and sensory-deprivation experience, our DreamPod offers a cocoon-like environment filled with Epsom salt-infused water. It's a unique way to disconnect from the world and achieve deep relaxation, and clients can also choose their preferred floating duration within the 60 to 90-minute range.


Both experiences offer numerous benefits, including stress reduction, pain relief, and a profound sense of relaxation. The choice of duration allows clients to tailor their float therapy session to their specific needs and preferences, ensuring they leave our facility feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.


Floating has so many benefits that we don't know were to begin. Lets start with number one problems that many of us are dealing: STRESS, DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, PAIN, MUSCLE TENSION, MAGNESIUM DEFICIENCY, INSOMNIA, FIBROMYALGIA and many more. Floating provides significant reduction to all those problems and also increases feelings of relaxation, well-being, energy, focus, inspiration, performance and self-awareness.

Joe Rogan's Experience on Floating

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