float Tank Adelaide
The Ultimate Float Therapy Experience
At The Recovery Hub, we offer you a calm space to relax and unwind. Enjoy the feeling of tranquillity and utter weightlessness while floating in our luxury tanks filled with fresh water. It is your safe space where you can fully rest and eliminate stress. While you are floating in a water tank, there are no external disturbances, which means you can rest and enjoy perfect peace and quiet. Whether you are tired, stressed or feel any kind of tension in your mind or body, float therapy is just what you need to restore balance!
Float Therapy Adelaide
Float therapy eliminates external stimuli to calm your body and soul!
Our floatation tanks provide a safe and tranquil environment where you can disconnect and relax. There is nothing to trigger anxiety or stimulate your mind, you can calm your body and quiet your thoughts. You will enter a parasympathetic state which is ideal for relaxation as it lets your body and soul recuperate. The key benefits include
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What is Float Therapy?
Immerse yourself in a tranquil pool and experience utter relaxation! The Recovery Hub offers Float Therapy tubs designed to put you in a meditative state as you will be protected from all the sensory stimulations and distractions. The goal is to trigger the healing processes in your body while calming your mind and reducing stress or anxiety. Step inside the optimally heated water enriched with 400kg of Epsom salts and slowly drift away into the theta state of mind. This healing technique will put your brain on autopilot and rejuvenate your body.
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Why Float at The Recovery Hub?
Floating therapy can help you reduce stress, minimise pain, stimulate creativity and make you feel happier. This popular wellness treatment was invented back in 1954 by American neuroscientist John C. Lilly who studied the effects of sensory deprivation on the brain. The basic design stayed the same: a fibreglass bathtub is filled with about 11 inches of warm, salty water. The idea is to deprive your mind and body of outside sensations and float to reach a meditative healing state.
Floating tanks have become very popular, especially among those suffering from stress, and anxiety. This technique can help with many other mental problems such as lack of focus, insomnia or depressive thoughts, but it is also efficient in battling chronic pain and injuries.
ADELAIDE FLOAT TANK BENEFITS
Benefits of Float Therapy
Improves Mental Health & Wellbeing
Helps with Chronic Fatigue and Insomnia
Reduces Pain & Inflammations
A Boost for Creativity, Positivity & Mindfulness
FLOAT TANK PREPARATION
What You Need To Know For Float Tank Experience At The Recovery Hub
Keep in mind: we recommend that you book a minimum of three sessions to experience the full range of benefits of our float therapy. Just like with plain exercise, meditation or yoga, the effects of float therapy will show after a while.
Frequently asked questions about Float Tank Therapy
We compiled the most important information you need to know before you book your first session at The Recovery Hub.
- Privacy of isolated rooms equipped with showers.
- Earplugs to enhance your floating experience.
- Body wash and toiletries
- Shampoo and conditioner
- Comfortable clothes to wear after the session
- Hairbrush and special products you use after bathing
- It is not recommended to treat your hair with a boxed dye for two weeks before the session
- Don’t use fake tan at least six days before your session
- Avoid shaving for about 12 hours before the appointment
- Stay away from alcohol, caffeine and other stimulants for at least 5 hours before your float therapy session.
Float therapy has many benefits, including pain relief, stress management, improved sleep quality, sharpened focus, and elevated wellbeing. After one hour of floating at The Recovery Hub, you will feel like you had a 4-8 hours of sleep. Whether you suffer from stress and anxiety or need to unwind after a long week, float therapy will help you relax, unwind, and rejuvenate your body and soul.
Float therapy at The Recovery Hub can help you battle Rheumatoid arthritis and Joint pain, Fibromyalgia, Anxiety and PTSD, Depression, and Insomnia.
Nothing! A swimsuit can limit the experience of being fully deprived of sensory distractions. We have private tank rooms where you will be left in peace.
There are no age restrictions for float therapy. For our underage clients, we require parental permission and supervision. Couples’ floating sessions are restricted to clients at or above the ages of consent. According to the Australian Regulation of Minimum Age of Consent,
The Recovery Hub adheres to the Australian regulations, minimum age of Consent in QLD, NSW, VIC, WA, NT and ACT is 16. In SA and TAS, it is 17.
At The Recovery Hub, our float tanks are only suitable for one person at a time..
You can have as many floating sessions as you like because it is a perfectly safe, natural, and harmless process like swimming in the sea. However, we recommend a minimum of three sessions if you want to experience therapeutic effects. For chronic injuries, it is ideal to book a session once every three days. Consistent weekly appointments can help you deal with mental health issues.
Float therapy can help pregnant women with many issues including stress, insomnia, and back pain. However, you should speak with your GP before you book an appointment with us.
If you are menstruating, we will ask you to reschedule and pick another appointment. This is not due to the negative effects on your health, but purely because of hygiene reasons.
At The Recovery Hub, we take hygiene seriously! Each appointment lasts for an hour, but we allocate 90-minute time slots so that we can thoroughly clean the tanks and showers. We use high-quality pool filters that are good enough to purify 10,000 litres of water, while we keep only 1000 litres in each tank. High quantities of salt (approximately 400Kg per session) minimise the chances of bacteria survival. Additionally, we encourage our clients to shower before the session.
No! The water is very dense due to high levels of salt, which means that you will stay afloat even if you fall asleep.
Yes, but make sure you are neither too full nor too hungry. Anything that could distract you while relaxing in a floating tank might jeopardise your experience. We recommend that you avoid alcohol, energy drinks and caffeine.
No. Epsom salts in the water are rich in magnesium, allowing you to spend a longer time in the water. Your skin will feel smooth and won’t be prune-like in a regular swimming pool.
Call us or visit your local Recovery Hub! Our friendly staff will provide all the additional information you may need and show you our fantastic floating pools. Scroll down to see the prices and check out all our locations.