Float Tank

Float Tank2020-05-19T13:21:27+00:00


Located conveniently in St. Paul and Hudson Wisconsin

Awaken For Wellness is your Home for Floating

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Floating is a perfect environment to relax and take a step away

from your busy life while exploring your consciousness.

The tank is an enclosed tub filled with 10 inches of water that has 1000 lbs.

of dissolved Epsom salts in it.

The water is heated to the same temperature as the surface of your skin.

Two Locations, 1 Room, 1 Pod at each location.

Finally! You asked for it! Now Floating has come to Saint Paul!

In celebration of Saint Paul Native John C. Lilly’s 100th birthday and his invention of the Float Tank, we have opened Minnesota’s Premier Float Center equipped with dual float chambers.

Floating is a therapy for body and mind. Float therapy is experiencing a rebirth into independent and integrated health care, becoming a large part of many people’s health and wellness regimens around the globe. We are excited to bring this floating renaissance here to St. Paul and now in Hudson!

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What to expect

How often should I float to get the benefits?2020-05-19T01:31:06+00:00

Single and first floats can often be profound. However, there can be a bit of a learning curve requiring a few floats to feel totally comfortable. Also, floating has powerful cumulative effects and is becoming recognized as an essential part of an optimal ongoing wellness practice. Basically, floating once a week will supercharge your long term physical, mental, and spiritual health.

What if I fall asleep while floating?2020-05-19T01:30:24+00:00

Many guests love to fall asleep in the relaxing environment of a float tank. In fact, 1 hour of rest in the tank is anecdotally reported as the equivalent of 4 hours of deep restful sleep. Also, because of the high salt content, you will float completely safely whether you’re awake or asleep.

Can I float with someone?2020-05-19T01:29:36+00:00

Though the float tanks are spacious, they’re only meant for a single person to fully stretch out. Each float session is a completely private session. You can always schedule a float session with someone at the same time but in separate float rooms. 

When should I arrive?2020-05-19T01:26:11+00:00

First-time floaters with us will need to read and sign a waiver and watch a brief introductory video. Our staff would like to have time to answer your questions and concerns, and most people like to visit the restroom before heading into the tank. We want you to enjoy your full time of floating, so we encourage you to come 15 minutes early

Optimize your first float

•Refrain from drinking your morning cup of joe or any energy drink. This will increase your heart rate and potentially increase the opportunity for Restlessness instead of relaxation.

•If you have a lot of energy, engage in some light excercise prior to your float.

•Refrain from shaving 12 hours prior to your float. This will prevent discomfort from the Epsom salt coming in contact with your freshly shaved skin.
•Stick with a light meal an hour prior to floating you don’t want a stuffed tummy, nor a tummy grumbling for food; This could be highly distracting!
Prepare for your first float.
Float Frequency

We recommend 2-3 session within a month to Fully experience the benefits. After your third float we recommend 1-2 times a month. Floating is a very personal experience so you may find it best to float once a week or once a month.

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