This float tank is designed for use in commercial facilities such as wellness centers and float spas.
Imagine where your mind could go, how healing would come if you could completely quiet your body. In a Royal Spa Float Tank, you’re treated to an amazing weightless experience.
Learn how to relax in the deepest sense of the word—weightless, silent, peaceful.
In water temperatures that match your body’s own internal temperature, you float, suspended in a bath of Epsom salt or magnesium sulfate—a mineral of which nearly every person on the planet is deficient.
As you float you absorb and increase magnesium and sulfate levels, calming your nervous system and enhancing your body's natural ability to heal. Aches, pains and stress fade away. Vitality is renewed. You emerge like a new person.
Enjoy this extraordinary feeling of deep relaxation and renewal any time you want in your own Royal Spa Float Tank.
Flotation therapy is proven beneficial for:
- Migraine relief
- Sleep improvement
- Anti-inflammatory muscle relief
- Relief from fibromyalgia and other disorders of the muscles and joints
- Reverses the effects of arthritis
- Improves digestion
- Reduces tendency toward diabetes
- Autism therapy
- Doubles rate of healing in contusional and muscle strains
- Theta wave healing
- Relief for pregnancy symptoms—relieves pressure from feet and back; also, creates symbiotic sense of connection with baby
Discover Royal Spa flotation tanks for residential, commercial and economy, and our exclusive float rooms.
Our open float tank is perfect for a creating a custom float room. The open design is becoming very popular.
This residential float tank uses our “pod” design and is similar to our commercial model. High-end design for your home.
Enjoy all the benefits of floating in the convenience of your own home at an economical price. This is the float tank the designer has at his own home.
This clinical model is designed for environments such as chiropractic or sports medicine offices where computer controls aren’t necessary and a manual control is preferred. Fewer requirements allow for ease of use with little to no technical knowledge.