Experience the healing benefits of float therapy and infrared sauna in Las Vegas.
First-time floaters can try floating for only $65 at IMR Float.
Floating, also known as sensory deprivation, is a therapeutic experience that allows the body to heal and the mind to recharge with renewed perspective and energy.
The density of the water enables the body to float effortlessly allowing every muscle to fully relax. The float tank is filled with 11 inches of water and 1000+ pounds of Epsom salt. The water and air are heated to the same temperature as your skin creating the sensation that the body and water are one.
You may experience restlessness in the tank on your first float, until your body and mind settle into sensory deprivation.
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Come experience float therapy and infrared sauna in our brand new elite float center!
We have two large float cabins, an open float room, and one spacious infrared sauna.
Pushing limits doesn’t end in the gym. Waller brings that same tenacity into his recovery. This is not about finding practices that make him comfortable, but rather finding ways to get back in the game faster. These days, the routine entails a weekly visit to IMR Float, a recovery center in Henderson, NV. There, he sits in a sauna at 150 degrees, being led through a meditation by one of the guides. Once he’s spent about five minutes sweating, he passes under a cold shower before plunging into a cold tub set around 50 degrees.
“Floating” as it is known, is IMR’s speciality and Waller loves it. The concept is simple enough– you float in a small tub filled with salt water, shrouded in complete darkness. You cannot hear, see, or feel anything. The goal, as described by IMR, is to provide “a therapeutic experience that allows the body to heal and the mind to recharge with renewed perspective and energy.” Waller says he floats regularly to work on his mental health and release himself from the daily worries, both those typical of a professional athlete and the kind we all deal with in different ways.