Bodymind Float Center Syracuse
2949 Erie Blvd E. Suite 101, Syracuse, New York 13224
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Thursday-Tuesdays 9:30am-9pm. Last sessions start at 7:30pm. Closed Wednesdays.
Syracuse’s only float center, Bodymind offers four private rooms each with a float tank and amenities. One of our rooms houses an open float pool for those who prefer not to be in an enclosed tank. We’re located centrally on Erie Blvd E off I-690’s Thompson Road exit. There’s ample free parking in front of our plaza.
"It's kind of like floating in a bottle."
-Daniel J. Sobon CN
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More about Bodymind Float Center SyracuseBusiness Type: Commercial / OfficeNumber of float tanks: 4Styles of float tanks:
- Cabin / Room,
- Traditional (Rectangular Tank)
- Other: Escape Tank, Samadhi, Floataway
- Hydrogen Peroxide,
Where to Float in Syracuse, New York
Bodymind Float Center Syracuse offers sensory deprivation / float tank therapy in the Syracuse, New York area. They will help you get the most from your float tank experience. Contact Bodymind Float Center Syracuse now to schedule a float.
Float tank locations in New York
Are you considering trying floating in Syracuse? Bodymind Float Center Syracuse has a float tank available for your use. Come try out floating in a sensory deprivation tank to see and experience the benefits of floating for yourself.
The sensory deprivation tank 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 float tank experience in Syracuse, New York today with Bodymind Float Center Syracuse
Call Bodymind Float Center Syracuse at 1-315-992-8656 or stop by to set up your first float in Syracuse.Tweet