LOCKED INSIDE A SENSORY DEPRIVATION TANK?

Locked inside a Sensory Deprivation Tank, Claustrophobic? Float without fear ……… of getting trapped inside. Some people are afraid of getting trapped inside a float pod or tank. Sensory deprivation, sometimes, is mistakenly confused with the image of a dark and scary place; as a result, there is a generalized misconception that the only way to achieve sensory deprivation is locking yourself in a box or tank. However, that can’t be further from the truth. As any other industry, floating has evolved, and without losing its essence, today float pods are user friendly and provide a very pleasant experience.

When we opened in White Rock, we were determined to provide sensory deprivation to the local area floater in state of the Art Float Pods where hydraulic arms, inside handles, pod inside lights, balance assist bars and non-slip bottoms ensure a relaxing experience.

Hydraulic Arms

Equipped with hydraulic arms, the top lid of the float pods at SensaFloat Spa easily open  using just 2 fingers. No need to struggle with a heavy door, no awkward movements. Just softly push up the lid and the top will smoothly start opening until it is totally open.

If You Choose to Float with the Top Close

If you chose to float with the top close, float without fear of getting trapped inside. There are no locks or latches risking that could malfunction and leave you locked inside. The pod has 2 parts, a top and a bottom. The top simply rests on top of the bottom. Both parts are connected at the back just like a sea shell. You will never be trapped inside, the door will never slam or shut close on you. The hydraulic arms support the weight ensuring a smooth and effortless closure.

locked inside a sensory deprivation tank

Float with the top completely closed

Locked inside a sensory deprivation tank

Easy to open / close top with hydraulic arms and handle

Inside Handle

Our pods have an inside handle in the top to give you extra grip and control over the top so you can open and/or close the lid by just pushing or pulling this handle. You can leave your top half way open too if you so desire.

It doesn’t make much sense to struggle opening or closing a heavy door after or during a relaxing float; It defeats the purpose.

Many people don’t even want to try floating for the first time because they are afraid of getting locked inside a sensory deprivation tank. At SensaFloat Spa we have easy to operate pods that allow you to safely and easily open and close the top. The hydraulic arms and the inside handle in our pods provide our clients added comfort and safety; as a result, You will never be locked inside a sensory deprivation tank at SensaFloat Spa.

FLOAT WITHOUT FEAR

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