Float Tanks Vs Float Rooms; What's the Go?

Floating is a new concept to most, so many don't know that we offer Float Therapy in two forms; Float Rooms and Float Tanks. In this blog, we break down the two types of floating experiences we offer so you can decide what works best for you. 

What Is A Float Tank?

A float tank is a pod designed around sensory deprivation. The human body rarely to never feels the relief of its own senses. At City Cave on James Street we designed it just for you. Sight, sound, taste, smell and feel are always effective in some way. Removing this constant allows the mind and body to reach deep relaxation. The content of the water is so rich of Epsom Salt (350kg-400kg) that you float effortlessly. The room and water temperature are resting at 34.5 degrees which is similar to your skin so you can't feel where the water starts or finishes allowing your body to take away its final constant, Gravity.

 

What is a Float Room?

At City Cave we designed Float Rooms so people that feel claustrophobic can have the opportunity to feel the benefits of sensory deprivation. The experience of floatation therapy is much the same in the float tank as it is in the float room, achieving deep relaxation and the journey through floating is just as easy, and you will find yourself feeling refreshed and energized at the end of your session. We have 2 Float Rooms at James Street, and 4 at Paddington that you can book in today.

Find out more about the benefits of floating and couples float services on our website linked here. 

If you have any questions or concerns about floating, give us a call on 07 3368 2207 and our staff will be more than happy to assist.