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Still Point Wellness

81-B Central Ave, Asheville, North Carolina 28801
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828-348-5372

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Mon-Wed 8am - 8pm, Thurs-Sat 8am - midnight, Sun 8am-10pm

About

Enjoy an inner adventure at Asheville’s premier Salt Water Floatation Spa featuring a state-of-the-art Float Lab tank. Additional services to compliment your float include world-class Esalen Massage, a far infrared sauna, Migun massage bed, somatic psychology and cranial sacral therapy. Memberships and packages available.

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More about Still Point Wellness

Business Type: Commercial / Office
Number of float tanks: 1
Style of float tank(s):
  •     Cabin / Room
Brand of float tank(s):
  •     Float Lab
Disinfecting processes used:
  •     Ozone,
  •     UV

Where to Float in Asheville, North Carolina

Still Point Wellness offers sensory deprivation / float tank therapy in the Asheville, North Carolina area. They will help you get the most from your isolation tank experience. Contact Still Point Wellness now to schedule a float.

Floatation tank locations in North Carolina

Are you considering floating in Asheville? Still Point Wellness 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 Asheville, North Carolina today with Still Point Wellness

Call Still Point Wellness at 828-348-5372 • Check out their website or stop by to set up your first float in Asheville.