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Float Therapy, also known as sensory deprivation or isolation tank therapy, was developed in the 1950s by neuropsychiatrist Dr. John C. Lilly. Initially, floatation was used for scientific research on consciousness and the effects of sensory deprivation. Over time, these crude tanks evolved into therapeutic tools in the pursuit of wellness and self-discovery, offering individuals a unique environment to escape external stimuli and immerse oneself in a state of deep relaxation.
Today, float therapy has become a recognized holistic practice for its benefits of profound relaxation, stress reduction, and mental clarity. It continues to evolve, providing a sanctuary where individuals can reconnect with the inner self, recharge their energy, and embark on (or advance) a journey of self-discovery.