We think floating is a wonderful experience that everyone should try but then we are a little biased and bound to say that!

Floating has historically appealed to the wellbeing market but with so many health benefits we feel sure in time it will become more mainstream in the UK as it has across the pond. A little closer to home the Swedes have embraced floatation therapy. In 2017, the Telegraph reported that Sweden had more than 120 float centres and patients can actually be referred to a float tank centre by their GP or employer. There are more tanks per person there than anywhere else in the world and treatment costs are covered by their health service.

We’ve compiled some links to some great articles on floating for you to look at. It’s always interesting to hear about different peoples’ experiences of floating and what prompted them to try it in the first place.

What is it really like to try float therapy?



Why do people use floatation tanks?


How professional athletes use float tanks


Floatation therapy – a cure for Jet Lag


Float therapy loved by celebrities