Floatation Therapy Burton upon Trent
Visit our Floatation Pod covering the Burton upon Trent area
We serve Floatation Therapy in the Burton upon Trent area. Floatation therapy has a stream of benefits for physical and mental wellbeing, try our sensory deprivation pods/tanks to tap into many of the benefits that they hold. Are you suffering from PTSD, Fibromyalgia, Muscle Pain, Stress then try Floatation Therapy might be for you.
Looking for Floatation Pods in the Burton upon Trent area? We offer easy access to our floatation therapy centre where we have two state of the art floatation pods . Floating is scientifically proven to increase our mental and physical wellbeing in as little as an hour.
It can leave us feeling more happy and relaxed, with fewer aches and pains, and confident of a better night’s sleep. Now we have regular visitors from Burton upon Trent for floatation therapy that have discovered many benefits such as PTSD, Fibromyalgia, Stress Relief, Muscle Recovery, Athlete Recovery .
Professional sportsmen in Burton upon Trent can use floatation tanks to enhance performance, aid in speed healing and recovery from physical activity and injury.
Floating for athletic performance will result not only in the breakdown of the build-up of lactic acid and for the muscles to start the recovery process much quicker, but to help facilitate exceptional muscle recovery.
The effects can last anywhere from a few hours to a few days – it keeps them “on top of their game”.
Why not try Floatation Therapy if you are living with Fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is a condition that causes widespread pain and extreme tiredness. Symptoms of fibromyalgia vary from person to person, but the acknowledged main symptom is pain all over your body.
Whilst there is no known cure for fibromyalgia , there has been some spectacularly good outcomes from floatation, especially here at Time To Float we have seen almost 100% improvement on NRS score on pain levels.
We offer Athlete recovery for the Burton upon Trent area and this can be achieved with flotation therapy. Creating weightlessness gives every single muscle and joint in your body a chance to completely relax.
By creating no pressure points to the body blood flow become greater, tension dissolves and your body relaxes, which aides muscle recovery. Sensory deprivation tanks enhances focus by removing all external distractions.
By being free from sound, physical awareness and all your day to day thoughts are replaced by clear, calm focus which increases problem solving skills and helps to think more clearly.
Sensory Deprivation Tank
Are you wanting to try a sensory deprivation pod in the Burton upon Trent area? Our sensory deprivation pods will give you the ailment you needed, visit our floatation therapy centre today and experience the benefits.
Sensory deprivation pods enhance focus by removing all external distractions. By being free from sound, physical awareness and all your day to day thoughts are replaced by clear, calm focus which increases problem solving skills and helps to think more clearly.
The science behind sensory deprivation is known as Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy which has shown evidence of physical benefits including reduced blood pressure and improvements to blood flow .
Are you needing Muscle Recovery in the Lichfield area? Try our sensory deprivation pods and experience true floatation therapy recovery .
Floating in a weightless state and immersed in Epsom salts is a perfect solution for modern-day athletes who need to keep their workouts and recovery safe, in order to go back to their next routine stress and pain-free .
Recovery in the form of floating will ensure that your muscles and your nervous system are up to the task at hand, whatever it may be. The floatation tank environment causes a person’s brainwaves to change from a ‘beta’ state (wide awake and alert) to ‘alpha’ and finally to ‘theta’ state, which is associated with vivid imagery , even though you are awake.
The float tank provides a reliable means to achieve and sustain this beneficial state without the years of practice that is normally required by advanced meditators to achieve ‘theta’ state at will.