Saltwater allows for a buoyant and relaxing float in a meditative environment to relieve stress
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Inside a private and quiet room, guests relax with a shower before stepping into the REST (Restricted Environmental Stimulus Therapy) pod. Guests then float for 60 minutes atop 10 inches of warm, highly buoyant Epsom salt water while the surrounding pod blocks out all outside noise and light. The water maintains the same temperature as the body, giving the impression of floating on air. The salt can help to improve skin conditions and boost blood circulation. Guests remain in complete control during each float and can customize the experience with light and music if desired. The pod filters for 30 minutes between each client, catching particles as small as 1/100th of a human hair, ensuring that it is thoroughly sanitized for each guest.
- Learn how float pod works and why you should try it.
- Click here for answers to frequently asked questions about float sessions.
- Amenities: towels, complimentary flip-flops, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lotion, q-tips, and blow dryers.
Choose from 3 available locations:
- South Austin - 2919 Menchaca Road, Austin
- North Austin - 10717 Research Boulevard, Austin
- Cedar Park - 1335 East Whitestone Boulevard, Cedar Park
About True REST Float Spas
True REST Float Spas strive to find the most effective modes of helping clients naturally achieve blissful states. In addition to the relaxing properties of flotation therapy, the staff also believes in its rejuvenating properties. An internal study with clients who had minor to moderate muscle strains, pulls, and tears showed a 20–50% reduction in pain with regular sessions. The decrease in sensory information is also purported to help diminish depression, anxiety, and allodoxaphobia.
The spas oversee more than clients drifting inside the flotation therapy pods. Its oxygen bar fills lungs and saturates bloodstreams with oxygen-rich air, working to heighten awareness and relaxation and enhance the mood. NASA-created filters screen out nitrogen, argon, and other trace gasses from the air, leaving air four to five times more oxygenated.