Float Tanks for pain and stress.
Salt Room for respiratory health.

 
 
 
attempt at cool image2.jpg

Let us float into your Instagram feed. 

blue100.jpg
Man_enjoying_float.jpg

Float Therapy 

What is Floating? 

Inside the float tank, eight hundred pounds of pharmaceutical-grade Epsom salt is dissolved in ten inches of water warmed to skin temperature. Like the Dead Sea, this extremely dense solution enables people of all body types to float effortlessly.  

The float tank is dark and quiet, greatly reducing sensory stimulation.  This unique environment frees the brain from the bulk of its processing duties and prompts the production of theta waves.

The nearly universal response to floating is one of profound relaxation and a sense of well-being, even joy.   

Why Float?

The float tank offers a safe haven in which to escape from the buzz of everyday life, focus on healing and explore different states of consciousness.  Floating has many applications: 

  • pain management, including back and neck aches, migraines, muscle and joint soreness 

  • stress management, recovery from addiction, and PTSD

  • athletic recovery and performance visualization

  • relief from discomforts of pregnancy

  • help with sleep disorders

  • spiritual discovery and meditation

  • enhanced creativity and super-learning.

Salt Therapy

Salt therapy is a safe and deeply relaxing way to address many respiratory ailments such as:

  • seasonal allergies

  • asthma

  • bronchitis

  • sinusitis

  • cystic fibrosis.

Salt is a powerful sterilizer and anti-inflammatory agent. These characteristics are the basis of folk remedies such as gargling with salt water, the use of neti-pots, visiting salt caves and spending time by the sea.

How Does it Work?

Salt Therapy is like a neti-pot for your lungs. Our state-of-the-art generator grinds pharmaceutical-grade sodium chloride into micro-particles from 1 to 10 micrometers in size and disperses them into the air.  Although nothing is felt, particles bigger than 5 micrometers remain in the nose and throat, and smaller particles settle deep into the lungs. Salt has both anti-inflammatory and sterilizing properties.  It kills bacteria and draws moisture from the bronchioles. Mucous thins, sinuses drain and breathing becomes easier.  

saltvidcap.jpg

Our 600+ ★★★★★ ratings are nice, but what
our floaters have to say is more important!

All around an amazing experience. Staff are very friendly and supportive and it’s a very relaxing atmosphere. The service and amenities are extremely well kept and I recommend this place to everyone. Will be sure to come again!
— Jared, Yelp Reviewer
This place is awesome on so many levels. I can go here and meditate in a way unachievable even in the most peaceful of places. My wife uses it for healing of the mind and body and pain relief. An incredible experience.
— Macluvva, Google Reviewer
A last minute appointment was made today for a Salt Session, Much needed with the cold season. The customer service was outstanding-beyond friendly, accommodating and serene. Thank you...
— Christy, Facebook Reviewer
blue100.jpg
Dramatic Cathedral Pool - Copy (4).JPG

Float Therapy Pricing

Solo Float: $65

Couple’s Float: $95

Member Float: $35-$45

Discounts for Student, Military, and Members.

Salt Room Pricing

Single Session: $30

Add-on to a float session: $15

5-Session Package (sharable): $100

Discounts for Student, Military, and Members.

Two Gorgeous Locations

Our Rochester center is located on Park Ave, in the heart of the City!

Our Syracuse center is conveniently located on Erie Blvd E.

 

Located in the Heart of Rochester!

622-2 Park Avenue,

Rochester, NY 14607

info@BodymindFloatCenter.com

(585) 413-0616

Open every day 9:30am-9pm

 

Located Conveniently in Syracuse!

2949 Erie Blvd East,

Syracuse, New York, 13224

info@BodymindFloatCenter.com

(315) 992-8656

Open 9:30am-9pm every day but Wednesday

 

Still have questions? Send us a note or call us at:
(585) 413-0616  - Rochester
(315) 992-8656 - Syracuse

Name *
Name
Checkbox
Are You Asking About:
 
blue100.jpg