Wet Float Therapy

The DreamPod Floatation Tank is the ultimate indulgence and relaxation therapy. Immerse yourself in 1000 Litres of water infused with 500kg of Epsom salts creating a deep calming solution which is heated to 35.5 degrees C of warm water to perfectly match your skin temperature all while listening to gentle music.

The luxurious buoyancy created by the dense magnesium will let you effortlessly float while the salt solution removes the effects of gravity on the body. You’ll experience zero gravity relaxation and pure weightlessness as you drift away. While all can enjoy the lavishness of wet float therapy, it’s particularly popular during the later stages of pregnancy, long-haul travelers, sufferers of chronic back pain and migraines, and athletes and those recovering from injury.

Water hygiene is assured as the float pod is well equipped with several features to maintain its utmost cleanliness.
Just one session at our Sydney Float Room will give you a surreal experience of complete relaxation, while lowering the stress hormone Cortisol which will leave you to feel amazing.

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Body WRL Float Centre Sydney allows you to achieve a deep meditative state, relieving stress leaving you in a state of ultimate relaxation, perfect for overall wellness & mental wellbeing.

Wet floatation therapy commonly referred to as floating, is an incredibly relaxing unique experience that is perfect for everyone.

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Does it improve athletic performance?

Yes, a float tank can improve athletic performance.

One study showed that athletes who floated for 90 minutes before a competition had less muscle pain and inflammation and performed better than those who didn’t float.

Floating in a float tank can also help you relax and get rid of stress, which can also improve your performance. Stress hormones such as cortisol interfere with the body’s ability to use energy effectively, so by getting rid of stress you can perform better.

Do you have hallucinations in a floatation tank?

It’s possible, but it’s more likely that you will simply drift off to sleep if you’re relaxed and comfortable.

Some people do report experiencing hallucinations while floating in a sensory deprivation tank, but it’s not something that happens to everyone. It’s more likely that you’ll drift off to sleep if you’re feeling relaxed and comfortable.

The reason why some people experience hallucinations is because the lack of stimulation in the tank can cause the brain to start creating its own images. This is usually nothing to worry about, but if you experience any type of fear or anxiety while in a floatation tank, it’s best to get out immediately.

Can a float tank improve concentration and focus?

Yes, a float tank can improve concentration and focus.

The darkness, the quiet, and the elimination of all external stimuli allow your mind to completely relax and focus on the task at hand. Floating in salt water is also known to help reduce stress levels and promote a sense of calmness.

Can it improve cardiovascular health?

Flotation therapy may improve your cardiovascular health by inducing deep relaxation that reduces stress levels.

For example, one study found that regular floatation therapy improved blood pressure and arterial stiffness.

This is likely due to the fact that floating in a tank of Epsom salt water reduces stress levels and decreases inflammation. When cortisol (stress hormone) levels decrease and inflammation goes down, it’s good for cardiovascular health. Chronic stress has been linked to high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease.

Does floatation therapy treat anxiety?

Many people report experiencing reduced anxiety after floating.

If you suffer from anxiety, this may be worth trying as a way to reduce your symptoms. However, it’s important to consult with your doctor first to make sure that floating is safe for you and will not worsen your anxiety.

Does float therapy relieve pain?

There is some preliminary research that suggests floatation therapy may be helpful for relieving certain types of pain.

For example, one study found that people with chronic pain who underwent this type of therapy showed a significant reduction in pain intensity and anxiety levels. However, more research is needed to confirm these findings.

Wet float therapy benefits

Float Therapy Provides Stress Relief 

There are several psychological and medical benefits of our floating experience at Body WRL Rosebery, Sydney. Conditions such as anxiety disorders, stress, sore muscles and chronic pain can all be treated with one of our recovery services.

Daily stressors including family disputes, work problems, deadlines, taking on too many extracurricular activities, doing too much homework, and financial difficulties can really contribute to a wide range of illnesses that make us slower.

When you engage in a float session, everything outside is blocked out, which creates a more tranquil environment for deeper relaxation and allows the nervous system to unwind after being exposed to stress and anxiety on a regular basis.

What else is float therapy good for?

Our wet Float Rooms benefits in post injury recovery due to the release of endorphins like natural pain relievers and mood enhancers that promote a sense of well-being.

1 session in our Dream Pod will allow your body to absorb an abundance of minerals found in Epsom salts like magnesium and sulphates which means it’s great for your skin!

  • Reconnect
  • Calm your mind
  • Heal
  • Reverse the stressors of everyday life
  • Improve mental health
Reduced Foginess from Jet Lag & Shift Work

Floating can help you fast reset your sleep cycle if you have jet lag or have trouble sleeping as a result of your shift work schedule.

If you’ve been travelling, it also has the advantage of easing flight-related aches and pains, as well as lowering edoema and fluid retention.

Better sleep quality?

During their float session, many floaters enjoy great relaxation to the point where they fall asleep. According to some medical professionals, 4–8 hours of deep sleep are equivalent to 1 hour in a float tank. There are a lot of reasons why this is thought to be true, but these three are the main ones:

1. The floating effect is physiological; even if your mind and body are occupied, your body will react. The relaxation reaction is automatic, evolved in response to floating, and shared by all people. It will function even if your brain is still functioning during the float, which can happen occasionally. So, it functions in a variety of demanding circumstances.

2. Float treatment aids in mental relaxation. This facilitates the brain’s transition from theta waves to alpha waves. The body can enter the delta waves needed for REM thanks to theta waves.

3. The bodily rejuvenation brought about by the anti-gravity floating effect. Muscle relaxation at night is a challenge for many insomniacs. Gravity’s negative effects on the body are eliminated while floating, allowing for profound muscle relaxation. This is especially helpful for people with neck and back discomfort.

Relieves the symptoms of anxiety, depression and stress

Enhances your mood and promotes the creation of serotonin, the happy hormone

Improves fatigue, Insomnia and sleep quality from Jet Lag Improves blood circulation for high blood pressure

Aids in muscle recovery, tissue regeneration and reduces symptoms of fibromyalgia & arthritis

Relieves muscle tension and pain relief from headaches, back pain & other chronic pain

The magnesium can remove harmful substances like free radicals from your body

Important Things to Note

It is advised that you eat something about 30 minutes before your session in order to help you unwind and make the most of it. Caffeine should be avoided for four hours prior to the event.

For first time floaters, you will be given ear plugs . Customers can wear their own swimwear or the throwaway clothing we provide.

For pregnant women, floating is safe to do and has several of advantages for both the mother and the unborn child.

We give you access to a private shower.

If you’d like, you can have a light meal around 90 minutes prior to your session to prevent stomach aches from interfering with your focus. Simply avoid entering on an empty stomach.

To avoid feeling jittery throughout your session, skip the coffee at least four hours beforehand.

When you’ve just waxed or shaved, try to avoid scheduling an appointment because the salt water may irritate your skin.

If you have uncontrolled epilepsy, you should not use a float tank.

If you have an infectious ailment or open wounds, avoid using a flotation tank.

If you have consumed alcohol or drugs, avoid using float tanks as there is a high risk of drowning.

  • Take off every piece of jewellery and clothing.
  • Before entering, take a shower.
  • Close the lid or door after entering the pod.
  • Lay back comfortably and use the water’s buoyancy to keep you afloat.
  • At the beginning of your session, music is played for 10 minutes to assist you unwind.
  • For an hour, float.
  • The final five minutes of your session are filled with music.
  • Once your therapy is over, exit.
  • Refresh with a shower, then dress.