Yoga Class Pass at The Float Spa in Hove
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Floatation Therapy


Floatation PodThe Float Spa is fast becoming the premier health & well being centre in Brighton and Hove; offering Floatation Therapy, Yoga and Therapies in one beautiful Hove sanctuary. Floatation is a practice where you float effortlessly in a special pod of Epsom Salt water.

From the moment you walk through the door you are greeted with a smile, and we ensure that when you leave you will feel renewed, refreshed and relaxed.

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Yoga Classes


podThe Float Spa’s spacious central Hove yoga studio is the perfect sanctuary to practice Yoga in Hove. It has oodles of natural light yet is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of central Brighton & Hove. Full class timetable is available here, with the main categories of disciplines being:

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Floating in Hove at The Float Spa

Yoga Classes at the float spa hove

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The Float Spa in Brighton & Hove runs many courses and workshops, including regular 6 week beginners Yoga and 8 week Mindfulness. The spa also hosts a number of workshops and courses organised by outside organisations.

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To enhance your relaxation The Float Spa in Brighton & Hove hosts a range complementary therapists. Choose from a wide range of treatments including Nutrition, Allergy Testing, Massage, or simply enhance your floating experience with a meditation or mindfulness session.

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Workshops are incredibly important at The Float Spa in Brighton & Hove. They allow our customers to delve deeper into a practice that would only usually last an hour or so.

Our team of carefully selected therapists at The Float Spa in Hove have developed the workshops based on the feedback from our customers.

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WHAT FLOATING OFFERS

Floating for pain relief

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The reduction in the force of gravity that the body experiences inside the float tank. This allows a better blood flow that will improve the general conditions. Plus the release of endorphins into the system. Endorphins are natural painkillers that block the transmission of pain at the synaptic level.

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Floating during pregnancy

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Parents and mothers to-be often hold in tension from changes happening in their lives and bodies. Floating at The Float Spa in Brighton & Hove is a wonderful respite and great for a quick rejuvenation to help prepare for their impending new arrival.

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Floating to reduce stress

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Stress is rampant throughout our culture, and the havoc this can have on the human body is well documented. Float tanks are possibly the most relaxing environment we can put our bodies into. Stress relief comes almost instantaneously from floating and simply gets stronger and lasts longer the more you float.

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Floating for athletic performance

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Floating maximizes the benefits of fitness training, exercise, and workouts. Although exercise stimulates muscle growth, the growth occurs during relaxation, some 30-40 hours after exercise. The deep relaxation of floating in Hove improves blood circulation, and accelerates the growth and regeneration of muscle tissue.

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Floating FAQ’s

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Do I need to bring anything?

If you have longer hair, you may want to bring a brush. Also if you have contact lenses, please bring something to store them in while you’re floating. Other than that, we provide everything you need (towels, earplugs, shampoo, conditioner, body wash and a hair dryer)

What do I wear in the tanks?

It’s birthday suit time, however we completely understand this can be daunting the first time, so you can wear a costume if you like, your room is private, so we will leave that completely up to you.

What if I am Claustrophobic?

You have complete control of your environment. You can leave the light on or get out anytime. You can start by leaving the float tank door slightly open until you feel settled and relaxed. Being in the tanks is more like floating in outer space than being shut in a box. You’re always in control of your environment, and even people with extreme claustrophobia have reported having no problems with their time in the tank.

How do you clean the tanks?

The water is fully filtered 4 times between each float. A powerful pump and the very latest in filtration technology are incorporated in the design. Existing floatation tanks filter at around 30 microns whereas the i-sopod filters are fully effective to one micron which is an incredible 100 times smaller than a human hair!
Also the Epsom Salts are a natural disinfectant and are in abundance in the water – please do not worry you will not smell like you just came out of a public swimming pool or a hot tub.