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Providing Floatation, Far-Infrared sauna therapy, organic wellness and beauty therapies
  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.

Depression & Anxiety
Floatation Therapy can help in the treatment of depression in a number of ways. Physically, it helps to clear cortisol and stress from the body, allowing the body to deeply relax. Also, it is well known that Floatation Therapy releases endorphins, (feel good chemicals) which have a positive effect on mood and also help to relieve pain.

The high levels of magnesium (Epsom Salts) are also beneficial to relax the muscles, clearing away physical tension. Magnesium - an essential and important mineral - also plays an important role in depression, as it can become easily depleted during times of stress. Research has also shown that magnesium plays a key role in the treatment of depression, as it is commonly depleted in those who suffer depression and effects brain chemistry, particularly serotonin. Increasing dietary magnesium can be beneficial to improving serotonin production, as well as being beneficial to improving sleep, and enhancing many physiological processes in the body. People often find that after a float, their sleep is improved.

On a mental level, Floatation Therapy can be a wonderful way to introduce the concept of mindfulness and also meditation. “Mindfulness is the awareness that emerges through paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgementally to things as they are” (The Mindful Way through Depression)

The simple act of observing our thought processes can increase our awareness of our mental activity, and we can become more aware of the specific thoughts, behaviours or choices which may be contributing to your state of being.

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