Levity Float Center

Float Relax Restore

Levity Float Center is collocated with HOPE Physical Therapy and Wellness Center.

What is float therapy? Float therapy is an alternative, holistic approach to healing the mind, body and spirit. It is an effortless therapy that allows the mind to desensitize, the body to recover and your spirit to rejuvenate. But how does it work? The float pod comes in many shapes and sizes, but for the most part, they are filled with 160 gallons of water, heated to about 95 degrees. Additionally, there is approximately 900 pounds of Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom’s Salt). Which equates to about 37% salinity. This is a higher concentration than the Dead Sea.

Float therapy is not a new fad. It started in 1950 when medical professionals wanted to experiment with sensory deprivation and the use of illicit psychedelic and mind altering medications. Since the inception, many improvements in the industry has led to a growing opportunity for many. The float pods have become more aesthetically pleasing and more ergonomically supportive. Additionally, the medical professionals are conducting real world studies on how float therapy can improve the life of many.

The float room is the sanctuary that houses the float pod, the shower and the warmth and silence of tranquility. Floating is not sensory deprivation, it is more like sensory enhancement. During the float session, one becomes more in tune with their breathing, their heart rate, and their self. Allowing the individual to develop the tools necessary for physical and mental recovery.

An inner peace can be achieved through float therapy. But like other modalities, float therapy is not a silver bullet. The individual must search for a combination of recovery methods for maximum benefits. However, float therapy is the only modality that can eliminate the effects of gravity to allow the body to recover physically. It is also the only modality that creates a calming environment to allow the brain to recover from multiple and over stimulating environments.

Owner Profile

Adrian D. Hope

Adrian is a 20+ year Army Veteran who started his career as an enlisted Recon Scout. After his enlistment on active duty, he transferred to the Oklahoma National Guard, where he served as a fire team leader in the Infantry. He completed the necessary requirements through Oklahoma State University, ROTC program and was commissioned as an Armor Officer. Adrian enjoyed his military career and after a short combat tour in OIF I he was transferred to the functional area of a Latin American Foreign Area Officer. This allowed Adrian and his family to travel all through the Western Hemisphere and live in El Salvador and the Dominican Republic. Adrian retired in 2014 and since then he has completed the MBA Program at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. And has started two business. HOPE Physical Therapy and Wellness Center and Levity Float Center.
Flintridge Drive 5770
Colorado Springs 80918 CO US
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