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Floatation therapy

What is floatation?

“No gravity, no touch, no sound, no disturbance – this is how floating can be described in short.”

No gravity, no touch, no sound and no disturbance – this is how floating, or floating therapy, can be described in short.

Formerly it was known as sensory deprivation, and now as REST – Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy.

Whatever name you use, it is just an amazing way to relax, regenerate the body and soothe pain. This is the only environment in which you can break away from all stimuli and achieve physical and mental balance.

 

Only WE, Our Body and Thoughts!

How does it work?

Imagine you are taking your body to one of the most relaxing places on the planet. Go there, lie down, close your eyes and enjoy a blissful moment of relaxation! During a floating session, you enter a cabin which is filled with 30 cm of water highly saturated with specialized EPSOM salt, heated to the temperature of the skin. This way, your body is drifting on the water surface as if in the Dead Sea, and you feel like you’re hovering or levitating.

“Floating – purify your body and mind”.

The floating therapy incredibly affects the body, mind and soul. In the cabin, you are cut off from any external stimuli, which allows the body to relax completely and achieve a state of deep relaxation. Your body unwinds; it is released from all muscle tension and stress, and pain relief and regeneration follows. Under such conditions, the brain releases huge amounts of endorphins and begins to balance both hemispheres. The mind not only relaxes, but also becomes more creative. It is interesting to note that during a 60-minute floating session we rest as during four hours of deep sleep. Moreover, the brain switches from ordinary alpha waves into theta waves, which means it reaches a state that Buddhists try to achieve during meditation. Already after your first visit, you will feel the incredible effects of the REST therapy; however, to gain the most effective benefits of floating, regular visits are recommended.

Try it! You have nothing to lose, apart from excess stress and muscle tension!

The most important benefits for your mind:

  1. deep relaxation and calmness;
  2. releasing from stress and nervous tension caused by professional and private duties;
  3. eliminating fatigue – 1 hr of a floating session affects our bodies like 4-5 hrs of deep sleep;
  4. reducing and eliminating symptoms of depression, neurosis, anxiety, compulsions and addictions;
  5. boosting self-confidence;
  6. achieving the theta, or even delta, brain wave frequency, which is responsible for the state of deep relaxation, calmness and, in advanced cases, meditation;
  7. enhancing creativity and problem-solving skills;
  8. enhancing concentration, memory and mental clarity;
  9. accelerating the acquisition of knowledge;
  10. releasing from negative beliefs and emotions;
  11. improving the quality of sleep and supporting the treatment of insomnia;
  12. increasing the brain potential by synchronizing both cerebral hemispheres.

 

The most important benefits for your body:

  1. alleviating and eliminating various types of back and muscle pains and rheumatic pains;
  2. alleviating and eliminating inflammatory conditions of joints and tendons, injuries and bruises;
  3. significantly reducing symptoms of chronic pain (e.g. migraine); reducing the use of analgesics;
  4. treating fibromyalgia;
  5. boosting energy levels, enthusiasm and willingness to act;
  6. shortening the rehabilitation and recuperation time;
  7. raising the organism immunity;
  8. lowering blood pressure and normalising the heart rate;
  9. improving circulation;
  10. alleviating symptoms of respiratory diseases;
  11. treating arthritis, rheumatism, and swelling of the limbs;
  12. enhancing athletic performance;
  13. increased the production of endorphins;
  14. boosting metabolism;
  15. purifying the organism from toxins;
  16. improving the condition of hair, skin, and nails.

Sportsmen

It reduces post-effort regeneration time, enhances performance, and enables concentrated sports visualization. It reduces the production of lactic acid in muscles and improves circulation.
It reduces post-effort regeneration time, enhances performance, and enables concentrated sports visualization. It reduces the production of lactic acid in muscles and improves circulation.

Businessmen / office workers

It enhances creativity and problem-solving skills. It lowers cortisol levels, thus reducing stress. It relieves headaches and spinal aches associated with working at the computer.
It enhances creativity and problem-solving skills. It lowers cortisol levels, thus reducing stress. It relieves headaches and spinal aches associated with working at the computer.

Pregnant women

It allows you to feel the child's presence. It provides physical relief thanks to zero gravity environment. It reduces feeling of stress.
It allows you to feel the child's presence. It provides physical relief thanks to zero gravity environment. It reduces feeling of stress.

Artists

It improves concentration and clarifies the mind. It encourages more creative thinking patterns. It synchronizes the left and the right hemisphere.
It improves concentration and clarifies the mind. It encourages more creative thinking patterns. It synchronizes the left and the right hemisphere.

Meditation enthusiasts

It easily allows you to reach the state of meditation and transition to theta brainwaves. It provides the freedom of contemplative thoughts. It guarantees new experiences and perspectives.
It easily allows you to reach the state of meditation and transition to theta brainwaves. It provides the freedom of contemplative thoughts. It guarantees new experiences and perspectives.

People suffering from insomnia

It reduces the feeling of stress and anxiety. It enhances sleep quality and eliminates drowsiness during the day. One hour of sleep in the cabin is equivalent to 4 hours of deep sleep.
It reduces the feeling of stress and anxiety. It enhances sleep quality and eliminates drowsiness during the day. One hour of sleep in the cabin is equivalent to 4 hours of deep sleep.

People suffering from depression

It reduces chronic stress, helping to treat depression. It stimulates the production of endorphins and produces positive emotions and euphoria. It increases energy and optimism levels. It lowers anxiety and restlessness levels
It reduces chronic stress, helping to treat depression. It stimulates the production of endorphins and produces positive emotions and euphoria. It increases energy and optimism levels. It lowers anxiety and restlessness levels

People struggling with addiction problems

It supports overcoming addictions. It helps achieving abstinence. It adds energy and perseverance in overcoming addictions.
It supports overcoming addictions. It helps achieving abstinence. It adds energy and perseverance in overcoming addictions.

Convalescents

It reduces treatment time and accelerates recovery. It helps to heal wounds after fractures, injuries and surgical procedures and relieves postoperative pain. It increases the range of motion in joints.
It reduces treatment time and accelerates recovery. It helps to heal wounds after fractures, injuries and surgical procedures and relieves postoperative pain. It increases the range of motion in joints.

Burned out employees

It reduces the level of cortisol responsible for stress. It increases the level of endorphins and gives energy and enthusiasm to work. It changes the physical and emotional response to stress. It stimulates creative thinking and opens the mind to new ideas.
It reduces the level of cortisol responsible for stress. It increases the level of endorphins and gives energy and enthusiasm to work. It changes the physical and emotional response to stress. It stimulates creative thinking and opens the mind to new ideas.

People suffering from chronic pain syndrome

It releases endorphins in the body, which affects the reduction of pain. It replaces pharmacological painkillers. It lowers blood pressure, reducing hypertensive pain. It relieves sore spine, joints and muscles.
It releases endorphins in the body, which affects the reduction of pain. It replaces pharmacological painkillers. It lowers blood pressure, reducing hypertensive pain. It relieves sore spine, joints and muscles.

Famous people using floating

Sportsmen

The peak of athletic achievements depends on the coordination of physical, mental and emotional skills. Modern training methods focus on helping athletes master the “inner game”, developing this superb synchronization of mind, body and emotion, which is a champion’s trademark. Visualization is the most powerful psychological technique to build skills and confidence at the same time. In a deprivation cabin, an athlete can reach a level of concentration necessary for visualization to have a strong impact on the athletic achievement. This is one of the most exciting new events in sports science.

Floating maximizes the benefits of weight training. The high intensity of exercise stimulates muscles to grow, but the actual growth and strengthening takes place at rest – usually 30–40 hours after training. Deep relaxation during floating improves circulation and accelerates growth and regeneration of the muscle tissue. Extreme physical exercise can cause rapid concentration of lactic acid in muscles, which is a toxic by-product of anaerobic glycolysis. We feel it as fatigue, pain and cramps that can last for many days. Floating is a method of reducing the level of lactic acid and removing other metabolic products from the body. This reduces a risk of overtraining and injuries.

Floating has become popular among many athletes and sports clubs all over the world. The beneficial effect of floating is used, among others, by:

  • Carl Lewis
  • Steven Carry
  • Michael Phelps
  • Shaquille O’Neal
  • Australian Institute of Sport
  • Olympic Institute of Sport in the UK
  • AC Milan – Football Club
  • Peter Reid
  • Pat Healy
  • Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys
  • Wayne Rooney
  • Jade Johnson
  • Seattle Seahawks
  • Tom Watson, JensPulver – UFC
  • Willie Mason – rugby

Actors and artists

Floating also influences the development of creativity, stimulates enthusiasm and acts de-stressingly. Artists are a professional group that is also exposed to burnout, depression, or addiction. Sessions in a floating cabin give these persons an opportunity to work on their minds and consciousness. A session also allows focusing on the current task, role in a film, script or just on their private lives. Many of these people have become ambassadors of floating, promoting this type of therapy around the world.

Below is a list of show business celebrities who can boast great results thanks to using sessions in a floating cabin:

  • Joe Rogan
  • John Lennon
  • Tim Ferris
  • Daniel Craig
  • Robert Downey Jr.
  • Nicolas Cage
  • Susan Sarandon
  • Peter Gabriel
  • Michael Crichton
  • Elle Macpherson

John C. Lilly – an American physician, neurobiologist, psychoanalyst, and a pioneer in the study of mental isolation.

Dr. John Lilly developed a sensory deprivation technique, and for this purpose in 1954 he constructed the first isolation tank – later named a floating tank.

The history of floatation began in the United States, in the mid-1950s, thanks to John C. Lilly, who was a doctor, a neurobiologist, a psychoanalyst, and a pioneer in research on mental isolation. Dr. John Lilly developed a sensory deprivation technique, and in 1954 he constructed a tank for isolation which was soundproofed, without daylight, and inside there was warm, salted water which helped the body float on the surface of the solution. In this way, the brain reaction was studied in conditions of silence and complete absence of thermal and tactile stimuli. Over time, the name “sensory deprivation” has evolved, and it began to be described as floating and the REST therapy (Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy) – a therapy by reducing environmental stimuli. Thanks to his experiments, Lilly proved that sensory isolation in a floating cabin stimulates certain brain functions, and the limitation of stimuli and information that our brain needs to process enables it to work with more intensity. He also proved that, thanks to a session of reducing environmental stimuli, creativity and thought processes could be improved.

Since the mid-1950s, floating was gaining a lot of popularity until the 1970s, when the industry was affected by a crisis, which temporarily slowed down the development of the market. At the beginning of the 21st century, the restricted environmental stimulation therapy gained momentum and began to spread all over the world. The dynamic development of new floating centres had its “boom” in 2009 and has continued to this day. Since the publication of the first research on sensory deprivation conducted by John Lilly, other scientists have also become interested in the research on the influence of floating on the human body and mind. Currently, research is conducted in the United States and Europe. In May 2009, the Laureate Institute for Brain Research was established in the USA, which is now developing new publications on the impact of floating on the physical and mental spheres of our body. In Europe, Karlstad University, Sweden, conducts research on the REST therapy and has been publishing study results since 2000. Other institutions involved in the research on the impact of floating on the human body and mind include, among others:

  • Medical College of Ohio, USA
  • Northern Illinois University, USA
  • University od British Columbia, Canada
  • Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra
  • Washington State University, USA
  • George Washington University , USA
  • Lincoln University, New Zealand
  • Harvard University, USA
  • Cambridge, UK.

We present a broad database of research on floating and its benefits:

Coping with stress

  1. K. Honnsson, A. Kjellgren (2016) Promising effects of treatment with flotation-REST (restricted environmental stimulation technique) as an intervention for generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
  2. A. Kjellgren, J. Westman (2014) Beneficial effects of treatment with sensory isolation in flotation-tank as a preventive health-care intervention. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
  3. A Kjellgren, F Lyden & T Norlander. (2008) Sensory Isolation in Flotation Tanks: Altered States of Consciousness and Effects on Well-being. Karlstad University, Karlstad, Sweden
  4. A. Kjellgren, J. Westman (2014) Beneficial effects of treatment with sensory isolation in flotation-tank as a preventive health-care intervention. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine,

Chronic Pain – Fibromyalgia

  1. Fibromyalgia Floatation Project – The International Floatation Research Group (Ongoing)
  2. Borrie R & Dr T Russell (2011) Floatation REST Therapy Results in Pain Relief and Relaxation for Fibromyalgia Patients. London, Berlin, Colleyville & Rotterdam.
    H Edebol, T Norlander, S A Bood (2008) Chronic Whiplash-Associated Disorders and Their Treatment Using Flotation-REST

Athletic performance

  1. Morgan P.M (2013) The acute effects of flotation restricted environmental stimulation technique on recovery from maximal eccentric exercise. Northern Illinois University
  2. Oshin Vartanian, PhD & Peter Suedfeld, PhD. (2011) The Effect of the Flotation Version of Restricted Environmental Stimulation Technique (REST) on Jazz Improvisation. University of British Columbia, British Columbia, Canada
  3. Bayler D (2000) Effects of REST on improving golfing performance

Nutrition processes

  1. Barabasz M. (1993). REST : A Key Facilitator in the Treatment of Eating Disorders. Clinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives. pp.121-126. New York: Springer-VerlagNew York Inc.
  2. Dyer R., Barabasz A. & Barabasz M. (1993). Twenty-Four Hours of Chamber REST Produces Specific Food Aversions in Obese Females. Clinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives. pp.127-144. New York: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
  3. Borrie R.A. (1985). Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy used in Weight Reduction. First International Conference on REST and Self-Regulation. pp.144-151. Toledo, Ohio: IRIS Publications.

Premenstrual syndrome

  1. Jessen W. (1993). The Effects of Consecutive Floats and Their Timing on Premenstrual Syndrome. Clinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives. pp. 281-288. New York: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
  2. Goldstein D.D. & Jessen W.E. (1990). Flotation Effect on Premenstrual Syndrome. Restricted Environmental Stimulation: Research and Commentary. pp.260-266. Toledo, Ohio: Medical College of Ohio Press.

Autism in children

  1. Harrison J. & Barabasz A. (1993). REST as a Treatment for Children with Autism. Clinical and Experimental Restricted Environmental Stimulation: New Developments and Perspectives. pp. 269-280. New York: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
  2. Suedfeld P. & Schwartz G. (1980). Restricted Environmental Stimulation Therapy (REST) as a Treatment for Autistic Children. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Vol.4, #3, pp. 196-201. William & Wilkins Co.

Levelling anxiety and fear

  1. O’Toole P. & Barabasz M. (1997). Effects of Rational Emotive Therapy and REST on Social Anxiety. 6th International REST Conference. San Francisco.
  2. Pudvah M.B. & Rzewnicki R. (1990). Six Months in the Tank: The Long-Term Effects of Flotation Isolation on State Anxiety, Hostility, and Depression. Restricted Environmental Stimulation: Research and Commentary. pp.79-85. Toledo, Ohio: Medical College of Ohio Press.

Many people have concerns or fears of the first session. This often has to do with being in enclosed space, claustrophobia or the sense of lack of control. It should be remembered, however, that during a floating session you have full control of the situation. You can enter and leave the cabin at any time. Your session can take place with open or closed door of the tank. You can also decide on the intensity of light in the cabin or the volume of music. We primarily care about your comfort, so use your session to gain the highest level of relaxation. When you are already in the cabin, check how easy it is to open the door so you can do it effortlessly at any time of the session. The cabin provides the most comfortable water and air temperature (35ºC) and proper ventilation.

Course of the session:

  1. Make a reservation online, by phone or directly at our reception.
  2. If this is your first session, we recommend that you come 15 min before the beginning of the session to be properly introduced to floating.
  3. Before entering the cabin, you must take a mandatory shower, for which we allow additional 10 minutes.
  4. Use the toilet.
  5. Remove all jewellery and underwear. During the session, we are not wearing swimwear to eliminate stimuli. However, if you don’t feel comfortable naked, you can remain in your swimwear.
  6. Insert earplugs that we have prepared for you.
  7. During the first minutes you will be accompanied by music and soothing light.
  8. Remember that you must lie on your back during the session. You cannot dive and you should not immerse your entire face.
  9. Find the most comfortable position, experiment with placing your body, e.g. put your hands behind your head or along your body. If you feel tension in the neck, you can use our pillow for floating.
  10. Ensure that the salt does not get into your eyes.
  11. You can control the lighting in the cabin. However, we recommend that the light remains switched off during the session.
  12. You will be informed that the session is over by music that will be gaining volume and by red flashing light.
  13. After leaving the cabin, take a shower in order to wash the salt off.
  14. Relax at the reception with a cup of tea and a good press/book or talk to us about new experiences. Every session is a new experience!

How to prepare for a floating session?

  • Do not remove hair or shave before the session – salt can irritate the skin.
  • Do not drink coffee and stimulants before the session – this can impede full relaxation during the session.
  • Do not eat too much.
  • If you are menstruating, prepare yourself just as at the swimming pool.
  • Remove contact lenses before entering the cabin.

What to take to a floating session?

Nothing! Coming to FIVE SENSES for floating, you don’t need to worry about anything. We do our best to provide our guests with the greatest comfort, so you will find with us:

  • Towel
  • Disposable flip-flops
  • Earplugs
  • Shower gel
  • Make-up remover
  • Cotton pads
  • Cotton buds
  • Antiperspirant
  • Hairdryer
  • Body lotion

You can optionally take your own hairbrush or other private accessories.

Coming to the FIVE SENSES float spa, you don’t have to prepare for your visit. You can visit us immediately after work or workout, or just whenever you are in the neighbourhood.

 

Can pregnant women use floating?

Of course, and we highly recommend it! The exception is the first trimester of pregnancy, when floating cannot be used due to sensitivity of the foetus. After the first trimester, there are no contraindications, but we always recommend that you consult your obstetrician. Floating relieves lower spine pains, relaxes the body, unwinds and helps create a strong bond between the mother and the child. During a session, a woman can also feel her child’s heartbeat.

 

Contraindications:

  • Epilepsy
  • Open sores and lesions
  • Skin cancer
  • Alcohol and narcotic drug use

 

What is EPSOM salt??

Epsom salt, also known as bitter or English salt, is mined in Epsom, Surrey, England. In fact, it is not common salt, but a naturally occurring, pure mineral compound of magnesium and sulphate – MgSO4. Owing to its primary component, magnesium, it reduces the risk of heart attack and cardiovascular diseases, helps to reduce inflammation, joint pain and muscle cramps. Studies have shown that magnesium and sulphate are easily absorbed by the skin, which is why bathing in Epsom salts is an ideal way to enrich the body in these two minerals.

Magnesium plays a number of key roles in the body, among others, regulating the activity of more than 325 enzymes, reducing inflammation, aiding muscle and nerve activity and preventing the hardening of arteries. Additionally, magnesium ions help to relax and reduce irritability by lowering the adrenaline level. In turn, sulphates improve the absorption of nutrients by the body as well as help washing out toxins and alleviate headaches or migraines. Experts believe that bathing in Epsom salts at least three times a week helps improve physical appearance, affects well-being and provides additional energy reserves.

 

Health benefits of using EPSOM salts:

  • Relaxation of the nervous system;
  • Improved muscle and nerve function;
  • Treatment of skin conditions;
  • Alleviation of back pain and aching limbs;
  • Reducing muscle tension;
  • Alleviation of muscle pain and elimination of spasms;
  • Treating common cold;
  • Cleansing the body of toxins;
  • Production of serotonin – a substance that provides feelings of happiness and euphoria;
  • Increase in energy and endurance by increased ATP production (adenosine triphosphate), i.e. energy reserves in cells;
  • Improved sleep and concentration;
  • Alleviation of inflammatory conditions, bronchial asthma and migraine headaches;
  • Reduction of pain after childbirth;
  • Regulation of electrolytes in the body, ensuring proper functioning of muscles, nerves and enzymes;
  • Improvement in the proper use of calcium, which is the main conductor of electrical impulses in the body;
  • Prevention of arterial hardening and blood clots;
  • Improving the heart condition and preventing heart diseases and strokes by improving blood circulation, maintaining the flexibility of arteries, preventing blood clots and reducing the risk of sudden deaths due to heart attacks;
  • Effect on the efficiency of insulin;
  • Rinsing toxins and heavy metals from cells, thereby alleviating muscle pain and helping the body to eliminate harmful substances;
  • Improvement of reverse osmosis processes in the body.

The water in the floating cabin is 100% sterile. It is our duty to comply with stringent health and safety regulations. For your comfort, we are committed to maintaining very high quality and cleanliness of water. Every day we control such parameters as pH, the level of active oxygen and the displacement level. Moreover, after each session the water in the cabin is filtered. In turn, replacing the whole water in the cabin takes place periodically depending on the frequency of its use. We can certainly say that water in the floating cabin is superior to the swimming pool or Jacuzzi water.

The FIVE SENSES float Spa uses as many as four methods of cleaning and disinfecting water!

Mechanical filter

After each session, the water completely passes through a system of mechanical filters. We use filters with very low permeability (1 micron). This allows the water to remain clear and to remove all physical pollutions (hair, cuticles, sand, etc.). The entire brine content is pumped four times within a 15-minute filtration process.

UV lamp

It eliminates all bacteria and viruses from the water and is one of the most effective methods of sterilizing water.

Ozonator

It is the most effective of the known disinfectants. For comparison, ozone bactericidal action is approximately 50 times more effective and 3 thousand times faster than chlorine.

Epsom salt

The water in the cabin is also disinfected thanks to very strong concentration of Epsom salts located in the water (500kg/500l). According to scientists, with such high concentration of salt in the solution, no microorganism can survive.

Active oxygen

We add a small number of special preparations based on active oxygen to the water that are intended for SPA centres and pools to treat water. This prevents the development of any pathogens.

 

Do I need to bring something with me?

No, just “take yourself.” You are naked in the cabin, so there is no need to take a swimsuit with you. Of course, if you want, you can use the cabin in your swimwear. Towels, bathrobes, cleaning agents, earplugs and everything you need during the session – is provided by us.

What if I suffer from claustrophobia?

People suffering from claustrophobia do not feel discomfort during the session. The floating cabin is spacious enough to move freely. In addition, if you feel any discomfort, you can take the session with the door open. In the cabin, you have complete control over what is going on. Inside there is also a lighting regulator and an alarm button with which you can call service at any time.

What if I fall asleep during the session?

Don’t worry; falling asleep during a session is completely normal. Many people fall asleep, thanks to which they go into even deeper states of relaxation. The water, thanks to its high salt content, has displacement able to lift your body on the surface. The only thing you should avoid is contact of eyes with the salt, e.g. by rubbing your eyes with your hands.

Is there fresh air in the cabin?

The tank is designed in a non-hermetic way, so you will have plenty of fresh air. In addition, the tank is equipped with the fresh air circulation system which constantly supplies additional air from the room.

Can anyone use floatation?

Yes, virtually anyone can use floating. The only contraindications concern those with epilepsy, severe depression, psychosis, thrombosis, inflammation of the ear and those with open sores, skin injuries and infections; and persons under the influence of alcohol or narcotic drugs.

What if I’m pregnant?

Pregnant women can certainly use floating, but after the first trimester of pregnancy. It is also worth consulting your doctor before visiting. Floating brings relief to the tired spine, and additionally provides emotional experiences associated with hearing your baby’s heartbeat. We highly recommend floating to future moms!

Can I use floatation during menstruation?

Yes. Just follow the same procedures as you would in a swimming pool or a Jacuzzi.

Can you drown in a floatation cabin?

No. If you follow the rules of using floating and you do not perform unnecessary movements turning onto your belly, then nothing wrong will ever happen to you.

How is the proper cleanliness of the cabins maintained?

The water in the cabin is fully sterile. Every day we control parameters such as: pH, water peroxide and salt concentration. Between each session, the water is triple-filtered by very small-permeability mechanical filters (1 micron) and two UV lamps which ensure that all bacteria and viruses are removed from the water. In addition, the salt itself is a kind of disinfectant. What’s more, if you’ve ever used a swimming pool or a Jacuzzi, you will find that the water standards in our cabins are much higher.

What if I can’t swim?

Never mind. You don’t have to be able to swim to float on the water. The depth of water in the tank is only 30 cm, and it is salty enough for your body to float on the surface.

Do I need a bathing cap?

You don’t need a cap. We even advise against putting it on, because it may be an additional stimulus distracting your attention and impeding relaxation. In addition, salt has a beneficial effect on hair – it strengthens and improves its condition.

Can I eat before the session?

A light meal is recommended before the session. If you are planning on a bigger meal, eat it for 2-3 hours before the session.

 

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