What is Float Therapy?
Float Therapy is a highly effective technique for improving physical and mental health. Placed in suspended gravity, protected from light, noise and sensory inputs, float therapy provides complete relaxation of the body and mind to aid in a variety of healing processes.
Floating weightless in warm, salty water frees the mind from distraction and elicits a deep relaxation response that accelerates the body’s own healing and recovery processes.
If you have sports injuries, chronic pain, anxiety or depression, or just want to relax, we encourage you to try float therapy.
Peak Performance Float welcomes youth ages 14 and up, young adults, adults, and active seniors. Children ages 8 to 14 are welcome with a parent
Floating helps reduce levels of stress related hormones such as cortisol, ACT-H and epinephrine. Studies confirm that flotation is more effective at reducing stress than other popular methods such as relaxation exercises, biofeedback or relaxing on the couch.
Blood pressure decreases and remains reduced after repeated sessions. Muscle relaxation occurs, joint swelling is reduced, blood flow increases and the body’s immune system is enhanced.
Floating is helpful to those affected by sports injuries, muscle soreness, chronic pain, depression and anxiety, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, autism, post traumatic stress disorder, and many other conditions.
Research has shown that floating can be used to aid in weight reduction, smoking cessation, and recovering from addictions.
Learn More About Floating
Watch Peak Performance Float Owner, Rebecca Sgambati, present the benefits of float therapy to a professional business organization.
Flotation therapy is gaining global attention as a remedy for a myriad of physical and mental issues including stress relief, pain relief and improved sleep. Floating can also counter muscle soreness, sports injuries, anxiety, depression, sleep disorders, PTSD, and more.
Some call it the ultimate mood regulator, encouraging a deep meditative state that decreases cortisol levels and encourages the release of endorphins. Others consider it to be the most effective way possible to achieve complete focus, boosting concentration, creativity and problem solving skills.
Like a shortcut to a distant place, floating provides a path to a deep meditative state that opens the door to numerous mental and physical benefits.
Enhance Athletic PeRformance
Floating has proven to be so beneficial for athletes that top sports organizations like the New England Patriots and World Champion Chicago Cubs have added float tanks to their locker rooms.
- Alleviate Sore Muscles & Joints
- Remove Lactic Acid Quickly
- Enhance Ability to Visualize
- Improve Athletic Performance
- Prevent Injury
Here’s a closer look at some teams using float therapy on a regular basis to improve their game!
Floating can help you live your best life!
- Lower Stress
- Alleviate Back & Joint Pain
- Reduce Insomnia
- Elevate Mood
- Fight Inflammation
- Detoxify the Body
- Stimulate Creativity & Innovation
Floating has been proved to improve a number of physical conditions.
- Pain Relief (Muscular Pain, Joint Pain, Back Pain)
- High Blood Pressure
- Migraine Headache
- Jet Lag
- Lyme Disease
- Pre-menstrual Tension
- Post-partum Depression
Floating is on the cutting edge of helping people take their performance to the next level. The popularity of float therapy has grown exponentially over the past five years. Floating has become a mainstay among professional athletes, Hollywood sensations, and many more.
Some famous floaters that have publicly shared their practice of floating:
- Golden State Warriors – Stephen Curry
- New England Patriots – Tom Brady
- Houston Texans – JJ Watt
- Seattle Seahawks – Russell Wilson
- Oakland Raiders – Tyrell Adams
- Manchester United – Wayne Rooney
- Olympic Gold Medalist – Carl Lewis
- Comedian & UFC Commentator – Joe Rogan
- Actress – Kristen Wiig
First Time Floater?
Watch this interview with owner, Rebecca Sgambati, to learn the more about float therapy at Peak Performance Float.