This content contains affiliate links. If you use these links to purchase something, we may earn a commission. Thanks.
Can floatation therapy improve not just your body, but your brain?
Floatation therapy, or sensory deprivation, isn’t something we’ve talked about a lot on this show. But research indicates that it has some incredible benefits for your body and brain. It can help alleviate chronic pain, lower stress and anxiety, stimulate creativity, deepen meditation, and improve cognitive functionality.
I’m excited to welcome Max Casa to our show today. Max is a martial artist, instructor, biohacker, and performance coach. As the founder of Vitality Floats, he’s an expert on float therapy and he’s here to take you through what float therapy is and why you should use it.
There is power in silence and solitude. And float therapy taps into this by removing all external sensory stimulation which allows your mind and body the rest and rejuvenation it needs. If you’ve been curious about how sensory deprivation works and want to know how it can take your performance to the next level, this episode is for you.