Floatation and Expecting Mothers
Pregnancy is an exciting and scary time for many moms-to-be, and let’s face it, growing a human is hard work! Many changes happen to your body that can be mentally and physically exhausting. While it’s rewarding beyond belief, the process can be strenuous, stressful, and physically uncomfortable.
Taking strain off the body can relieve backaches and muscle tension, which can even help promote better sleep.Floating gives you the opportunity to relax your mind and body in a weightless environment. It’s excellent for anxiety and fatigue, aches and pains, and swelling. Some even refer to floating during pregnancy as “the mirror effect”, since it mimics the effects of a baby floating in the womb.