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Floatation therapy is all the rage these days, and for a good reason! This relaxation technique involves lying in a pool of water filled with Epsom salt, which allows you to effortlessly float. It’s like taking a mini-vacation from the world, and who doesn’t need that these days?
But here’s the thing: if you want to get the most out of floatation therapy, you need to commit to at least three sessions. Yeah, I know, commitment is hard. But trust me, it’s worth it!
During your first float session, you might be a bit nervous or feel a little claustrophobic. The idea of being alone in complete darkness and silence can be intimidating. But don’t worry, it’s completely normal to feel this way. By your second session, you’ll be more comfortable with the experience, and by your third session, you’ll be a pro.
Here’s why it’s important to get used to the experience: during your first float session, your mind might be all over the place. You might be thinking about work, your to-do list, or that embarrassing thing you said at the party last weekend. But by your third session, your mind has had a chance to wander, and you can finally get into that deep, meditative state that everyone raves about.
Not only that, but floatation therapy is cumulative. The more sessions you have, the more benefits you’ll experience. Your body will become more relaxed, and you’ll notice a significant improvement in your sleep quality and mental clarity. Plus, if you’re dealing with chronic pain or fibromyalgia, regular float sessions can help alleviate those symptoms.
So, if you’re ready to take the plunge (literally), make sure to book at least three float sessions. It might seem like a commitment, but trust me, it’s worth it. Think of it as an investment in your mental and physical well-being.
Contact our friendly team on 8578 6544 to find out about our Intro to Floating Pack (3 x 60 min Floats $160 – Save up to $80)