Floatation Therapy:

Achieve Deep Relaxation With Floating

Experience the ultimate relaxation with floatation therapy, also known as floating. This unique treatment involves relaxing in a super saturated Epsom salt solution that enables you to lay back and float effortlessly on the surface of the water. By being completely free from the forces of gravity, every single muscle in the body is allowed to totally relax without the usual strain of gravity on the body’s postural alignment.

At our Wellness Centre in Exeter, we have a specially designed floatation room filled to a depth of 25cm (10″) and carefully heated to the temperature of 35.5̊c, which is correct for maintaining the body’s natural temperature without muscular action. This profound state of relaxation increases the secretion of endorphins into the body, creating powerful effects on all levels of your being: physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual. It provides your body with the opportunity to use its amazing powers of recuperation.

Floatation therapy is an amazing way to attain the deepest relaxation known to mankind. In fact, within a few minutes, it is possible to achieve a level of relaxation that takes many years to attain by classic meditation techniques. Book your floatation therapy session today at our Wellness Centre in Exeter and experience the transformative power of floating.

Would like to learn more about some of the research done into the benefits of floatation therapy?

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“Whilst going through an extremely traumatic and emotional stage of my life my friend gave me a voucher for the floatation room. I can quite honestly say that it was a truly amazing experience. I’ve had lots of relaxation therapies over the years but none of them beat this. I would highly recommend this. The lady who greeted me was lovely. I can’t wait for my next session.”

We’ve answered some commonly asked questions about floatation therapy below:

What do I bring?

Just an open mind, a towel and a tired body! We also have a hair dryer should you require the use of one. In order to do our bit for the environment and keep the price of floatation as low as possible we do ask that you bring your own towel. You may use one of our towels at the cost of £3 if you forget to bring your own one.

I’m claustrophobic, will I enjoy it?

Our floatation rooms are surprisingly spacious and airy, so there is no feeling of being confined in a tight space. The underwater and twinkling star lights in the 2m high ceiling have a soothing effect, designed to create a deeply relaxing environment. The floatation room is also easy to get in and out of because it does not have a hatch like float pods, but rather a normal side door.

Is it private?

Yes, the float room is contained within the floatation suite which has a lockable door and is for your exclusive use for the duration of your session. There is also a shower and changing area within your private floatation suite.

How is water hygiene maintained?

Our floatation rooms comply with stringent health and safety regulations. The water in the flotation room is naturally sterile due to its high salt content, so no harmful viruses or bacteria can live in the water. The floatation room filters the water three times after every floatation session and we also test the water on a regular basis, adding a limited amount of sterilising agent where necessary.

I’m pregnant. Can floating harm my baby?

Absolutely not! In fact heavily pregnant women probably get more relief from the float room than anyone else. Just lying on a bed can be extremely uncomfortable for women in the later stages of pregnancy due to massive gravitational strain placed on the body. The float room is a wonderful haven to which pregnant women can escape. Pregnancy and Birth magazine gave floatation 10 out of 10 as a useful pregnancy therapy!

What is the salt in the water?

The soft silky water is created by using large amounts of the purest quality Epsom Salts (Magnesium Sulphate), which is found naturally in many spa waters. Our tank holds 750kg of salt in the water. It is very different from sea salt or table salt which is mainly Sodium Chloride. Epsom Salt has been used for centuries to treat numerous ailments and is commonly used as a medicine to correct common deficiencies and skin complaints. The salty solution is non-toxic, it won’t harm you if you swallow some, but try not to as it has a really strong salty taste. We use Epsom salts for two main reasons, because it raises the density of the water by 25% making it much easier to float and for the wide range of benefits associated with Magnesium Sulphate. CLICK HERE to learn more about Epsom salts.

If you still haven’t found the answer you were looking for, then take a look at our in-depth floatation therapy FAQ page.

At County Chiropractic Wellness Centre in Exeter we often recommend you have Floatation Therapy to compliment your Chiropractic or Massage Therapy treatments.

To find out more information about our current special offer CLICK HERE

You can book your floatation therapy session with us through the Mindbody App, where you will also be able to check the availability of all our chiropractors and massage therapists. To download the app, simply click the Mindbody button on the right, and then search for County Chiropractic & Wellness Centre.

You can also find us on the Mindbody App which you can use to book in with us. The app is also fully accurate with all of our Chiropractors, Massage Therapists and Floatation Therapy availability. To get the App click the Mindbody botton on the right. Once you have the App just search for County Chiropractic & Wellness Centre and use the same login for this website if you are going to create one.