But he is also an avid sensory deprivation fan and a highly spiritual person who knows a lot about floatation therapy. In this episode of his podcast The Joe Rogan Experience Joe tells the story of a shocking hallucination that he experienced while floating in his own tank.
First Float Tank Experience Upon entering the spa, we were given a tour and thorough orientation on how to use the float rooms. All of our many questions were answered with great detail, leaving us both to feel a lot more comfortable heading into our sessions.
When you are feeling any of these, you should consider a float pod therapy. This particular therapy is a luxurious way to soothe and heal your body from stress and pressure and it happens inside a float tank. Whats a float tank? An isolation float tank, also known as a sensory deprivation chamber is a lightless, soundproof tank.
Not everyone experiences this, but some float pod users do. I heard from some float therapy customers that they feel sick and vomiting while inside the float tank. A few of them experience it even after the session and it lasted for the rest of the day until they get back to their home.
The Float Tank Experience Comfortably stretched out in your personal bath, your body gradually frees itself from weightiness, letting a pure sensation of relaxation rise from deep within. In a quiet room, be left alone from all the nuisances amp; stress in your life.
Float tank therapy is where you lay in a bathtub like pool either in your birthday suit or your bathing suit, whichever you feel most comfortable in. You do exactly what its called you literally relax and float in a tub filled with about 1,200 pounds of Epsom salt and water.
While you are inside the float tank, you will experience a complete sensory deprivation, which means hyper body awareness. Trust me, you wouldnt want to focus on your growling stomach when you float and you wouldnt love it either when your digestive system struggles to digest that loads of food you just consumed.