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BBG is a facility designed for those who want to struggle. The facility is dedicated to the breakdown and repair of the physical body and the spiritual self.

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A sensory deprivation tank, also called an isolation tank or flotation tank, is used for restricted environmental stimulation therapy (REST). It is a dark, soundproof tank that is filled with a foot or less of salt water. The water in a sensory deprivation tank is heated to skin temperature and nearly saturated with Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate), providing buoyancy so you float more easily. You enter the tank and are cut off from all outside stimulation, including sound, sight, and gravity when the tank’s lid or door is closed. As you float weightless in the silence and darkness, the brain is supposed to enter into a deeply relaxed state. Sensory deprivation tank therapy is said to produce several effects on the brain, creativity, and managing anxiety.

A typical session in the sensory deprivation tank usually goes as follows:

  • You arrive at Bull and Bear Gym, showing up early if it’s your first visit.
  • Remove all of your clothing and jewelry.
  • Shower before entering the tank.
  • Enter the tank and close the door or lid.
  • Gently lie back and let the buoyancy of the water help you float.
  • Music plays for 10 minutes at the start of your session to help you relax.
  • Float for the desired session time.
  • Music plays for the last five minutes of your session.
  • Get out of the tank once your session has ended.
  • Shower again and get dressed.

  • $ FLOAT TANK
    sessions
  • Prices
    • $65 For 60min
    • $85 For 90min

    Float Tank Membership $189

    (4 floats per month)