SENSORY DEPRIVATION FLOAT TANKS
Sauna Zen has been selling float tanks to companies and businesses like professional sports teams, health spas and wellness centers for years. Our latest version of the Spiritual Quest Float Tank comes in two sizes, will fit through any standard door and is now attractively priced for home use.
INCLUDES MASTER CONTROLLER HOLDING TANK
Sauna Zen’s sensory deprivation float tanks come with a stand-alone master controller holding tank which filters and sterilizes the super saturated Epsom salt and water floating solution between uses. The master controller is also designed to keep the floating solution at the recommended 98.6° F temperature (body temperature) between uses. This allows you to clean your float tank in between float sessions and ensures your float solution is always sanitary and ready to go when you want to float.
FLOAT THERAPY BENEFITS
Float tanks provide the ultimate “unplugged” experience—an hour-long float session free of sound, sight, gravity and other external distractions, lets the brain and body naturally “rewire” themselves.
Today, more than ever, we are bombarded by an onslaught of sounds, images, and electronic waves that are unrelenting in the toll they take on the mind and body. A University of Southern California Brain and Creativity Institute study confirms that 21st Century living puts “our primitive grey matter under such stress that we can no longer think wisely or empathize with others.” Float therapy is a practical and effective solution to these increased stress levels. Benefits of float therapy include:
- Decreased stress and anxiety
- Decrease in feelings of depression
- Reduced pain levels
- Improvement in positive attitudes
- Increased energy levels
- Improved quality of sleep
- Improved creative thought processes
- Improved concentration and focus
- Improved recovery time in athletes
- Increased overall well-being
For years, Sauna Zen has been selling float tanks to companies and businesses like professional sports teams, health spas and wellness centers. Our latest version of the Sauna Zen Sensory Deprivation Float Tank comes in two sizes, will fit through any standard door and is now attractively priced for home use.
WHY YOU SHOULD BUY YOUR OWN FLOAT TANK
What makes Sauna Zen sensory deprivation float tanks special is they have been designed specifically for in-home use. By making the top of the float tank detachable, the design of Sauna Zen’s float tank allows it to fit through a standard home door. Power usage by float tanks is considerable—Sauna Zen’s float tanks are designed to run on 220 volt AC current—the same as an electric stove. If the room you want to install your Sauna Zen sensory deprivation float tank in is not already equipped with a 220 volt outlet, any competent electrician can install one.
There are two major reasons to buy a float tank for personal, at-home use. The first reason is convenience. When you book a float session at your “local” float therapy center you have to accommodate their schedule and their business hours. You also have to drive to and from the “local” float therapy center. Not only can this take up a chunk of time, dealing with traffic while driving home after a float session is definitely not the best way to maximize the benefits of a float session. Just think, if you owned your own float tank you could enjoy your float session at your convenience and in the comfort of your own home.
The second reason to purchase your own float tank is cleanliness. When you use a float tank at the “local” float therapy center you’ll never know the last time they cleaned the water or the float tank itself. You’ll also have no idea who used it just before your float session. Sensory deprivation is great, but there are some things the senses just can’t ignore.
Sauna Zen sensory deprivation float tanks come with a stand-alone Master Controller unit that stores the water between sessions. In between float sessions it cleans and purifies the water (which is actually a saturated water and Epsom salt solution), keeps it at your preferred floating temperature, and allows you to clean your empty float tank in between sessions.
Obviously, buying a float tank is a commitment. Aside from financial considerations, you need to have the necessary space in your home for it that is accessible to 220 Volt power. This means hiring an electrician to help with the installation. For convenience, you may also wish to hire a plumber to hook up your salt tank to your water and drainage system although this is not necessary. The best way to look at this is as an investment in yourself—are you worth investing in a float tank to reduce your stress, gain peace and wellness, and generally enjoy life more?