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Used for stress and pain relief, float therapy is the act of floating in warm water super-saturated with 1,000 pounds of Epsom salt, allowing you to become weightless and calm. Sanctuary Float Spa's spacious float rooms are custom designed with glass doors, tall ceilings, and wide pools to ensure accessibility for all and maximum comfort.

We offer five private float rooms, each equipped with individual showers and separate dressing stations with complimentary spa amenities. During the float therapy session, you have full control over the float environment with light, audio and temperature controls always within arms reach.

Developed by prominent neuroscientist Dr. John Lilly in the 1950s, float therapy creates a sensory-free environment that reduces the central nervous system's workload by as much as 90%.

This reduction draws a person's energy inward and promotes relaxation--also known as the parasympathetic response.

The parasympathetic response is the mechanism by which the body naturally regenerates itself and maintains chemical and metabolic balance. Old wounds and injuries are allowed to heal faster. T-cell production strengthens the immune system.

This deep level of relaxation also benefits the cardiovascular system. While floating, your body experiences the vasodilatory effect, an increase in circulation that lowers blood pressure and improves oxygen levels.

The anti-gravity environment removes weight and tension from muscles and joints, proving particularly beneficial for people suffering from musculoskeletal and rheumatic conditions.