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  Sakura is Japanese for Cherry Blossom, in Japan they are a metaphor for life encompassed by ying and yang - symbols that indicate balance and harmony.  Our philosophy is to bring you that through professional health treatments that help to calm the mind, heal the body and amplify the spirit.

Recent discoveries, especially in neurochemistry, indicate that addiction is not restricted to what are usually thought of as “addictive drugs”. Addiction is simply a compulsion to continue doing something – whether taking a particular substance or indulging in certain behaviour – combined with the occurrence of stressful withdrawal symptoms if the ingestion of the substance or the behaviour pattern is suddenly ended.  Scientist have made great advances lately in identifying the mechanism of addiction. Biochemists have found, for example, that addiction is a result of changes in the body’s ability to experience pleasure, its reward system – changes in the number and activity of the opiate receptors of the nerve cells, and in the levels of the body’s internally produced opiates, the endorphins.

Generally, the worlds of the behavioural/cognitive therapists and the neurochemists are far apart, one group trying to change the imperfect actions and ideas of imperfect people in an imperfect world, the other exploring, mapping, and “correcting” microscopic electrochemical processes in the nervous system. With two completely different worldviews, these groups rarely agree on much. So it is significant that both behavioural/cognitive psychologists and the neurochemists now agree that Floatation tank is a powerful tool for overcoming addictions, both by changing addictive behaviour and personality characteristics, and by bringing about rapid and striking changes in the human biochemistry. In the period immediately after quitting a habit, the tank alleviates the pains of withdrawal and enables the user to feel some pleasure. Floating also reduces the level of such anxiety-related biochemicals as norepinephrine, which is released in great quantities during withdrawal. A session in the tank alleviates some of the depression and anxiety usually associated with “crashing” or cutting off consumption of the drug after a period of use. Even long after we have quit an addictive behavioural pattern, there are circumstances that will cause us to want to return to the addiction: stress, anxiety, depression, a certain individual, whatever. When we realize there is a chance that we return to our addictive behaviour, we can simply take a float, stimulate our pleasure pathways, and avert the return to the habit.

The Floatation tank can be used as a self-assessment tool to devise your own programs: For the first time you can even work on coming up with solutions.
What you want to say to yourself in the tank, which is in its self very therapeutic.
Then each session that follows becomes a kind of booster session, adding power to the suggestions you have already incorporated into your life.
For the taped messages and self-suggestions to have the desired effect, deep relaxation is essential which is why they are so effective in the float environment. 
This way the behaviour modification programs can have their greatest effect, and it is not necessary to devote a large part of the time allotted for taped messages during the float session.
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