Floatation Therapy Helps Veterans In Many Ways

Content provided by our partner, True Rest Float Spa ~

Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering and honoring persons who have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces.  What can we do to repay them?

Many veterans are using the therapeutic method of floating to help them calm the effects of PTSD. When they get into the tank they understand it’s a calm environment where nothing can hurt them. According to Air Force veteran Trey Hearn, “They feel calm in the tank. They feel like it’s secure, and they’re safe, and they can approach the traumatic events in more of an internal counseling session with themselves.”

Floating doesn’t cure PTSD, but it does quiet the body and mind in a way veterans need. Additionally, float therapy can help veterans who experience physical symptoms. Combat often leads to serious wounds which can result in further trauma, physical pain, muscle weakness, atrophy, and other problems. Floatation therapy helps your muscles relax and releases endorphins, which act like natural painkillers.

TrueREST has taken this therapeutic modality and woven it into an experience which is truly spa like that’s approachable and affordable by making it a membership service. Our 2500 sq. ft. True REST Float Spa in Brick includes 5 pods, featuring ADA compliant suites. These suites have ample room for wheelchair access and ADA compliant showers.

If you know a veteran that could benefit from floatation therapy, please contact True Rest Spa in Brick and ask how you can gift a session to that vet. What can we do to repay them?

We are located in the Town Hall Shoppes of Brick at 990 Cedar Bridge Ave., Suite 13B, Brick, N.J.        732-477-1515

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