Float therapy is most commonly referred to as sensory deprivation therapy because it allows all five senses to rest. We simply call it floating! At our studio we put you in control of your session. We don’t believe you have to remove all sensory inputs entirely to experience benefits. This may mean you like to have the pool lights on or off, ceiling lights on or off, or just go for it and be in pure darkness!
We make the question of music or no music easy because in our experience people do best with no music. We also are licensed to have 2 people per tank, so you may float with a partner, if that is what make you feel most comfortable. We just want you to develop your float practice.