Float8 Wellness Lounge Announces Second Location
Coming Soon to Fort Lauderdale
Relax. Recover. Reset.
Deerfield Beach, FL – Float8 Wellness Lounge, South Florida’s premiere multi-tank float center, has announced plans for a second location in Fort Lauderdale opening in 2020.
Founded by husband and wife co-owners Matt and Destiny Beck, the couple opened the first Float8 Wellness Lounge two years ago in Deerfield Beach. “Floating has had such a positive impact on our lives that we decided to open our own center. It was a scary endeavor, but South Floridians have embraced floationaion therapy as a holistic treatment to feel less stressed, happier, and healthier both mentally and physically,” says Matt Beck.
Since inception, Float8 Deerfield Beach has floated almost 5,000 individuals nearly 10,000 times and has a thriving monthly membership program. “More and more people are looking for a way to unplug from our sensory overloaded society, and our float tanks offer the perfect opportunity to hit the reset button and disconnect,” said Destiny Beck. “It’s a cumulative practice that everyone can benefit from, not just for the body but for the mind and soul.”
Float8 will be located at 714 NE 13th Street in Fort Lauderdale. It’s an energetic and artsy developing neighborhood just north of Sunrise Boulevard tucked between Flagler Village, Victoria Park and Wilton Manors. Neighboring businesses include Warsaw Coffee Company, Milk Money Bar, LoveLee Bakeshop, Renzo Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, Gulf Stream Brewing Company, SoBar Juice & Brunch Bar, The Deck on 13, House of Art Gallery, Buck & Bear Barbershop and much more.
Floatation therapy is a holistic health and wellness treatment that reduces stress and offers pain relief by restricting sensory input to the brain. By removing light, sound, and the effects of gravity, floaters reach a deep level of mental and physical relaxation ideal for healing and meditation.
Each float tank holds 10” of a 30% Epsom salt solution (180 gallons of water supersaturated with 1,000 lbs of Epsom salt) more buoyant than the Dead Sea, allowing the body to float with zero effort. The solution is heated and maintained to the same temperature of the surface of the skin (95°F) dissolving the perception of where the body ends and the environment begins. The tank is also light proof and sound insulated creating a dark, quiet space. With external sensory input at a minimum, floaters have a profound relaxation response that carries a plethora of benefits.
Originally known as sensory deprivation in the 1950s, floatation has been on the rise in recent years due in part to the advocacy of comedian/social commentator Joe Rogan who speaks about it regularly on his popular podcast the Joe Rogan Experience. Floating not only aides in the recuperation of the body but offers better mental focus and clarity.
An ever-growing body of scientific research shows floating as a promising treatment for afflictions as wide-ranging as high blood pressure, insomnia, migraines, chronic pain/fibromyalgia, PTSD and addiction. It is also used by elite professional athletes and the military to aid physical recovery and increase focus allowing them to perform at their peak potential.
In addition to offering four private float rooms, Float8 has a comfortable lounge with a rotating selection of artwork, kombucha on tap, tea, and healthy snacks, as well as a meditation room and library for quiet reflection and mind expansion.
Membership and Pack float credits will be usable at either location, offering floaters more options. The new location will have two new Pod styles as well as a Suite and a Deluxe Suite (even more space) for a total of four tanks.
Stay tuned for additional announcements including the Founder Annual Membership sale and grand opening party.
Float8 is open seven days a week.
Float8 Wellness Lounge
616 SE 10th Street, Deerfield Beach, FL 33441 | 754.666.3588
714 NE 13th Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
Media Contact: Destiny Beck | firstname.lastname@example.org | C: 215.704.9554
Media Kit: http://bit.ly/float8mediakit
More Information on Floatation Therapy
Time Magazine: http://time.com/floating/
CBS This Morning: http://bit.ly/340xnck
ESPN “Floating with Stephen Curry & Harrison Barnes”: http://bit.ly/2qYE92n
Clinical Research: https://www.clinicalfloatation.com/publications