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Floatation is a method of regenerating body and mind. Its benefits cover different aspects of our daily life, from the treatment of insomnia to the one of chronic pain, from cognitive enhancement to athletic recovery after injury.

While floating, some specific brain areas are activated, stimulating a physiological response opposite to stress, with an improvement in mental performances. Meanwhile, the absence of points of contact has a beneficial effect on the body.


Body regeneration

Muscle and joint pain relief
Spinal tension release
Improved blood circulation
Muscle recovery for athletes and sport people


Stress and anxiety killer
Mood enhancer
Improved sleep quality and reduced insomnia
Better focus and concentration

What does science say?

Zerobody is healthy

Stress Level

Not everybody knows that stress can be quantified by measuring the Cortisol in the blood. Floatation reduces its levels by half compared to a traditional relax bed.

Turner, J. and Fine, T. (1983). Effects of relaxation associated with brief restricted environmental stimulation therapy (REST) on plasma cortisol, ACTH, and LH. Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, 8(1), pp.115-126.


Mood parameters

A float session puts you in a good mood and favours the production of serotonin – the “happy hormone” – as a matter of fact.

Kjellgren, A., Sundequist, U., Norlander, T. and Archer, T. (2001). Effects of Flotation-REST on Muscle Tension Pain. Pain Research and Management, 6(4), pp.181-189.


Sleep quality

Sleep issues? Floatation positively affects sleep quality, with effective and lasting results.

Kjellgren, A. and Westman, J. (2014). Beneficial effects of treatment with sensory isolation in flotation-tank as a preventive health-care intervention – a randomized controlled pilot trial. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 14(1).


Muscle recovery

After just one single float session, muscle pain can be considerably reduced, thus ensuring quicker energy level recovery and faster tissue regeneration.

Driller, M. and Argus, C. (2016). Flotation restricted environmental stimulation therapy and napping on mood state and muscle soreness in elite athletes: A novel recovery strategy?.Performance Enhancement & Health, 5(2), pp.60-65