Combining Fire & Ice, Float with A Massage
To enhance your float session and to get the greatest relaxation benefits possible we recommend adding a massage to your float session!
Whether to have a massage before or after your float is personal preference.
The body requires magnesium for the muscles to relax. Soaking in a float room prior to a massage provides the added benefit of the muscles getting to that state of relaxation before the massage even begins. With your muscles relaxed, your massage therapist will be able to access the layers of tension more quickly and can work deeper, with less effort, producing significant changes and longer lasting results to your body.
A float after a massage, will allow you to relax more quickly into the float room environment. Floating after a massage has the benefit of soothing sore muscles that have been worked on, helping reduce the level of tenderness muscles sometimes feel following a massage treatment. Floating also draws out toxins that are released during the massage. Your skin is highly porous and soaking in the float room actually pulls salt out of the body taking harmful toxins along with it.
A massage/float combination is an amazingly relaxing & rejuvenating experience. You will leave feeling extremely relaxed and peaceful. You may find that this could possibly be one of the most relaxing experiences you will ever have!
FIRE & ICE, FLOAT + MASSAGE THERAPY
Hibernation Fire & Ice,Float + Massage
(60 mins. Fire & Ice, 60 mins. Float + 60 mins. Massage)
Combining Fire & Ice, float with a Massage
Hibernation for 3 hours
The Fire and Ice room contains a private infrared sauna and unlimited cold plunging. Contrast therapy (Hot/Cold therapy) strengthens the tubes in the muscles, arteries and veins, increasing their efficiency in moving blood to the extremities and back to the vital organs. This increases both oxygen circulation and nutrient absorption in the body. While expereincing the deep heat of the sauna, blood is pumped away from the core to the extremities, causing the blood vessels to open. Immesion in the cold plunge, causes the tubes in the muscles, arteries and veins to flex, in order to draw the blood back to the core and vital organs.