Float Spa San Diego
Sensory deprivation, also known as Floatation Therapy, aims to slow down the bombardment of constant sensory input. The chamber offers quiet solitude, devoid of light. You lie in body-temperature water mixed with epsom salts, rendering you buoyant. It is thought that when sensory information is reduced, the logical left side of the brain gives way to the creative right side. Some people report re-experiencing long-forgotten dreams.