SO WHO FLOATS?
Pretty much anyone! Because the benefits of floating covers such a wide variety of health benefits, you will find that this is a treatment so many people are adding to their lives. here is who we’ve discovered gets their float on!!
JOE ROGAN on floating:
STEPHEN CURRY and HARRISON BARNES floating:
ABC NEWS: PROJECT WELLNESS – FLOTATION THERAPY
Iconic Singer/Songwriter John Lennon credited the use of floatation tank in helping him kick a debilitating heroin habit in 1979. He reportedly felt as healthy as he’d ever felt in the weeks before his untimely death from the use of a float tank filled with a warm saline solution for up to an hour at a time. The sensation reminded him of getting high without any of the dangerous or detrimental effects.
This Olympic Gold Medalist, used extensive in-tank visualization techniques in preparation for his gold medal winning performances at the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games. In recent Olympics, there have been many articles on the Olympians resorting to this amazing treatment for their athletic successes.
Entrepreneur & New York Times Best Selling Author has experimented with floatation as an accelerated means to learn new languages in addition to enjoying the reduction in stress and anxiety. He says, “I found it to be one of the most anxiety reducing experiences Ive ever had.”
JULIAN EDELMAN, TOM BRADY, MATTHEW SLATER
Faster recovery from an injury or prevention of injury is one of the many reasons professional athletes float. Edelman, Brady and many other NFL Athletes soak in the benefits of floating, as it decreases lactic acid in the muscles, enhances muscle tone stimulation, minimizes muscle or body pain, and more. Tom Brady owns his own floatation tank, and the Patriots have private float tanks in their training facilities (the SAME ones manufactured as London Float has, might we add).
TOM WATSON, JENS PULVER
UFC Fighters utilize this amazing treatment for the physical and mental aspects. “Sometimes the benefits are mental, and I’m more alert and less burned out, and sometimes the benefits are physical, and I’m feeling refreshed and ready to train again. But either way, it’s like a reset button, and that’s critical when you’re pushing hard for a fight.” -Tom Watson
Rugby players put their bodies through some intense training and the game itself is as physically demanding as it gets. Mason says his time in the float tank is a powerful recovery tool. Many of the other players from his team also float. “It’s so crazy – you need to try it to believe! It’s the best recovery treatment I’ve had in my career. It’s keeping this old body going!”
The Australian model reportedly floated throughout her career. In addition to the relaxation benefits, the magnesium sulphate provided amazing skin care benefits. This model loved floating so much, she owned her own tank.
Manchester United Footballer Wayne Rooney owns his own float tank and spent up to 10 hours a week floating while recovering from injuries. He credits his time in the float tank in allowing him to recover quicker and be back on the field well before expected.
and so many more…
PREGNANT WOMEN & FLOATING
Floating while pregnant is indeed better than floating when you are not pregnant for one reason massive reason. You need it more than everybody else. Absolutely you will get the benefits that everyone else receives when they float, the dopamine and endorphin release, the mental clarity and calmness, the ability to meditate without the distractions of the senses, but you will also benefit from a unique oneness with your baby (some women can even hear their babies heartbeat), relief from the additional kilos that you are carrying around, and the ability to be comfortable while laying down.