Content provided by our partner Scott DeLorenzo, True Rest Float Spas ~
You may be considering a float session to help relieve some of your stress but may be unclear as to how we sanitize our spas after every visit.
Steps To Cleanliness
Here at True Rest, we use 1000 pounds of Epsom salt in our tanks because it is inhospitable for bacteria and viruses. This large amount of salt in a small amount of water makes our float tanks very inhospitable to germs.
After each float, our process of water sanitation begins with active cleaning agents added directly into the water. This does not harm your skin or hair. Then in between every float, our water filtration pumps move the float solution and activate the cleaning agents. Any loose particles are captured in the filter
Why floatation tanks use Epsom salts
Epsom salt floatation tanks are an excellent way of combating stress, alleviating muscular aches and pains, and for reaching Zen-like states of relaxation. The buoyancy in a float tank is provided by creating a supersaturated mixture of Epsom salts (Magnesium Sulphate) and water which allows the user to float effortlessly on top of the skin temperature solution.
Excess adrenaline and stress are believed to drain magnesium, a natural stress reliever, from the body. Magnesium is necessary for the body to bind adequate amounts of serotonin, a mood-elevating chemical within the brain that creates a feeling of well-being and relaxation.
True REST has taken this therapeutic modality and woven it into an experience that is truly spa-like that’s approachable and affordable by making it a membership service.
Still not intrigued? Read this testimonial from one of our clients from a sister True REST Float Spa: “Ten years of chronic, constant pain and in one hour I finally got relief! Each time I’ve come back my pain levels are lower than the time previous and the relief lasts longer after each float. Every time I come out of the REST Pod my pain levels return to zero or near zero! WOW! Thank you True REST.”
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