Sports Therapy

Athletes have used floatation tanks since the 80's, to enhance performance, aid in speed healing and recovery from physical activity and injury. For over 12 years FLOAT, Floatation Center has been floating professional, dancers, basketball players, baseball players, runners, martial artists and Iron Man competitors to name a few. Floating for athletic performance will result not only in exceptional muscle recovery, but floating prior to a work out or athletic competition allows you to use less effort and increases stamina. I’m sure many of you know that the Warriors Steph Curry has been floating for years, as have Olympic athletes. In addition floating has been used for years to help recover from traumatic brain injury.

Visualization is enhanced in the tank, this can allow athletes to focus, and better prepare for an upcoming event.Floatation enhances performance and promotes healing.

Coach Thomas Weatherspoon, CEO of Training Ground has been training professional athletes, including NFL players for over the past 20 years. He uses floatation therapy to increase mental clarity and become more focused, in order to enhance athletic performance.

Increases endorphin levels that can last up to a week, this is ideal for managing chronic pain.

Reduction of lactic acid (a toxic by-product of anaerobic glycolysis) in the muscles caused by over training. Floatation therapy will allow you to recover in record rate.

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Floatation therapy is not just for artists; enhance your athletic performance by floating in a floatation tank. Floating speed heals your muscles after a workout or competition by floating away the lactic acid and reducing inflammation in the muscles. Floating in a float spa has been used for years to help recover from traumatic brain injury. Oakland floatation tanks the east bays' largest float tanks, everyone fits in our sensory deprivation tanks.