Floatation Therapy In The News

 Check out our gallery of news stories to learn more about this incredible therapy that is making headlines 


"Sensory deprivation chamber is the most important tool for developing my mind"

Joe Rogan takes the words out of our mouths - this is an *UNCENSORED* version of his life changing experiences in sensory deprivation tanks.


Why NBA star Steph Curry uses a sensory-deprivation tank to recharge every 2 weeks

For Curry, it's all about creating space for reflection and solitude.  According to Curry, "It's refreshing to process what I thought about over an hour of floating, which are probably the most important things that are going on right now in your life," he says. "I have a very clear head when it's done, and it shows in the days after floating. It gives me a nice boost of focus and perspective. The more I do it, the more I get from it." - By Drake Baer, Tech Insider, Business Insider, Feb 4, 2016


8 Things to Know About Tom Brady's Favorite Self-Care Ritual: Floatation Therapy

As Tom Brady prepares to face the Atlanta Falcons in the Super Bowl, one part of his self-care routine may include floating in total darkness and silence in his own private floatation device.Brady supposedly keeps one in his Boston home.   -Bea McMonagle, Forbes.com, January 30, 2017


Gaining Happiness By Loosing Yourself

A dissolution of body boundaries during meditation leads to greater happiness, says a new study. The results provide evidence that techniques that foster the loss of sense of body boundary can help in the treatment of mood disorders - Marc Whittmann, Psychology Today, October 9, 2016