Still Waters Float Spa
About Still Waters Float Spa
Still Waters float spa was created to ensure complete comfort for the floater. The float spa looks similar to a sauna with rustic cedar paneling covering insulated walls. The spacious spa base is 8 x 4 ft. and the room is tall enough so you can enter or exit the float spa standing. The float room is designed so that it is not airtight; an air circulation system brings fresh air in. Soft lights and music are available at your fingertips while in R.E.S.T. In the float spa there are 750lbs of Epsom salts dissolved into ten inches of water. When you lie back in this mineral bath you will float as easily as a cork. Your whole body becomes buoyant and fully supported so you’ll be able to let go and deeply relax. In the R.E.S.T. environment harmony of mind and body will be easily restored within you.
Major intersection is at Goret Rd and Silverbell Rd
Still Waters Float Spa, 3233 W. Ruthann Road, Tucson, AZ 85745 United States
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Where to Float in Tucson, AZ
Still Waters Float Spa offers sensory deprivation / float tank therapy in the Tucson, AZ area. They will help you get the most from your isolation tank experience. Contact Still Waters Float Spa now to schedule a float.
Floatation tank locations in AZ
Are you considering floating in Tucson? Still Waters Float Spa has a float tank available for your use. Come try out floating in an isolation tank to see and experience the benefits of floating for yourself.
The sensory deprivation chamber creates an environment free of distractions enabling the body to truly relax. In this deepened relaxed state the body’s natural abilities to heal, focus, and harness creativity are heightened. This makes floating a powerful learning tool for students, artists, or anyone looking to get the most out of their profession.
Schedule your isolation tank experience in Tucson, AZ today with Still Waters Float Spa
See the address listed above or call Still Waters Float Spa at (520)-777-4842 or stop by to set up your first float in Tucson.Tweet