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Float Therapy business coming to Elk Grove

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  • #177209

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    This is a very interesting concept. Looks pretty cool. According to an article in the Sacramento Business Journal, a very different type of business is coming to the Elk Grove area. True Rest Float Spa.

    From their website:

    Imagine an environment free from gravity, strain, tension, or pain. Imagine if you could Float effortlessly without distractions or unwanted noise. YOU CAN!
    True REST® (Restricted Environmental Stimulus Therapy) is a zero gravity environment that allows the mind and body to truly rest. Flotation Therapy is a special solution of salinated water utilizing 1,000 pounds of Epsom salt. The buoyancy makes floating on water feel like floating on air. Without any effort you can relieve pain, heal faster, relax, de-stress, improve sleep and have fun in this unique state. The benefits are staggering; experience the Science of Feeling Great.

    A 60 minute float is $79. They have new member specials for $59. They also have several monthly packages. $59 a month for one float. $99 for 2 floats and $180 for 4 floats. You can also share them.

    The company is from Arizona and Elk Grove will be their 3 rd store. They currently have one in Roseville and another opening in Folsom on March 15.
    The Elk Grove location will be 9257 Laguna Springs Drive, near BJ’s restaurant. They are expected to open in May.

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    They should do fat testing at the same time. About the only place I know of to do that locally is CSUS.

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    To do fat testing you need more than 10 inches of water………..

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    MooseMom
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    OOOH, I want to do this!!!

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    Yes, but will you for $60-$70? Maybe in Roseville….maybe…….but these folks better get Doc working on some givewaways to get some people to try and review. I’m skeptical. Maybe I’m missing something but I won’t pay $60 to find out unless some trusted reviewers get pretty frothy about the experience.

    Edit: Looks like the pricing is teaser only.

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    I have a couple of friends in Las Vegas who swears by this! One suffers from Fibromyalgia and the other sits all day at work so his lower back hurts and his Sciatica acts up. They go for flotation therapy at least once a month.

  • #293029

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    Um, no. Maybe in LA or Orange County. I don’t think most EG residents have that kind of cash burning a whole in their pockets. Also, wouldn’t you rather havea massage for that kind of money?

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    I would definitely try it once and see.

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    I’m not seeing the value. $60 just to float in a big tub of salt water? The salt water makes you more buoyant because it’s denser, but you could just float in a pool for a lot less, and use a foam noodle under you knees for an added buoyancy kick if necessary.

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