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In recent years, a unique wellness trend has been making waves in the realm of relaxation and stress relief.
Dry floatation, also known as floatation therapy or sensory deprivation, has emerged as a popular method for achieving deep relaxation and rejuvenation and we’ve embraced it here at Unique Day Spa in Dublin, meaning both local guests and tourists and enjoy the experience.
Below we’ll delve into what dry floatation entails and explore the benefits it offers to both the mind and body.
Dry floatation involves the use of a specialised floatation bed with a dry membrane, creating an environment that allows individuals to experience a feeling of weightlessness, and float without the need for a traditional water tank.
The bed is designed to provide the same sensory deprivation experience by minimising outside feelings and senses. This state of weightlessness, combined with reduced sensory input, helps promote relaxation which in turn can alleviate stress and physical pains.
Obviously alongside all of this is the simple fact that Dry Floatation Therapy is…dry!
Unlike other forms of Floatation Therapy, this doesn’t involve entering a tank of water and as a result you can enjoy the sensation without the added hassle of drying off afterwards.
Alongside that, the Dry Floatation bed is perfect for those wanting to experience the sensation without risking feelings of claustrophobia within a tank.
Dry floatation, with its unique blend of weightlessness and sensory deprivation, offers a range of benefits for both the body and mind. From stress relief and pain management to enhanced mental clarity and improved sleep quality, floatation therapy has garnered attention as an effective holistic approach to wellness.
You can find out more about Dry Floatation in Dublin here.
If you’d like to book in to our day spa, or chat to our team, click here.