What to Wear during Float Therapy?
This has been one of the most popular question of people that haven’t yet undergone the process of float therapy? Do I wear a swim suit? Underwear or a wetsuit? To newbie in the process of the float therapy, they are burned by this question.
Being new, they still don’t know the proper process, preparation and what to wear. Well, let me help you get out of your problem. If you are still confused on what to wear during your scheduled float therapy, then you should probably read this.
What to Wear During the Therapy?
Float therapy means that you will be inside the tank afloat a water solution with salt. It aims to touch the body as a whole and bring its maximum benefits to you. It works by sensual touching you and activating the systems in your body to work.
The answer? Nothing! For you to fully benefit the effects of the float therapy, you should not wear anything at all. The water needs to touch you, remember that, anything that is on your body may become a hindrance for your healing.
You don’t have to worry about being naked because you have your own room. Establishments that have float therapies such as spas have float room that is for single use only. The room usually contains its own shower room, complete with the essentials and the float room.
You don’t have to worry about any peeping tom as you have the room all for yourself. Also, having any cloth on your body can disrupt your wholesome experience. To give you more idea here are the consequence of wearing swim wear during the float therapy:
- The swimsuit you will using will produce various pressure points that will distract your brain and, in the process, distract your whole float therapy.
- The water in the tank is sterilized, using any types of clothing inside can potentially bring impurities in the water, altering its state, thus minimizing the effect.
It can distract your therapy session or alter the effect, either way you don’t want that to happen to you. You need to maximize the effect of the float therapy and going nude is the way to go.
But the decision is still yours to make. If you want to wear a swimwear, then you can. The only downside to this is, you will not be able to reap the full benefit of the therapy.
The float room is free from any judgment. You have your own to use and you have it all to yourself. Don’t be afraid to bare your own skin and show your flaws, the float room is created to bring a stress-free environment to the user.
The establishment will not be putting you at risk of any controversy. Therefore, you can go nude, be yourself, love yourself and love the body that has been given to you. Go nude and enjoy the bliss of the float therapy!