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November 3, 2022 29 min

Amy sat down with her friend, Meredith Lile, to talk about the benefits of float therapy. Meredith first started floating to help with her anxiety and she loved it so much that she decided to open two studios of her own in the Nashville area: Pure Sweat + Float Brentwood and Pure Sweat + Float Cool Springs.

 

Meredith explains what float therapy is and the benefits (sleep being one of them because of all the magnesium that’s in the float tub!!) She also shares 4 things she’s thankful for (one of the things being her husband’s sobriety…which is such a blessing!) 

 

FLOAT THERAPY BENEFITS:

The buoyancy and healing effects created by the dense Epsom salt solution removes the feeling of gravity on the body, relieves all pressure and stress that gravity normally places on one’s muscles and joints, aiding in pain relief. The reduction of environmental stimulation - such as sight, talk, interruption and noise - enables the mind to become tranquil and clear. 

 

Provides Deep Relaxation

Lowers Blood Pressure + Heart Rate

Reduces Stress on Spine, Hips + Joints

Relieves Pain + Muscle Soreness

Boosts Hair + Skin Health

Restores Magnesium + Sulfate

Lowers Cortisol, Acth, Lactic Acid + Adrenaline

Improves Circulation

Distributes Oxygen + Nutrients

Increases Endorphins

Aids in Visualization + Creativity

Boosts Performance

Relieves Insomnia, Fatigue + Jet Lag

 

PS+FS Brentwood: https://www.puresweatfloatstudio.com/brentwood 

 

PS+FS CoolSprings: https://www.puresweatfloatstudio.com/coolsprings 

 

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