TRUE REST FLOAT SPA IN THE NEWS

Welcome to the True REST Press Room!  This page will feature up-to-date brand announcements, milestones, and other industry-related media coverage. Track our progress as we strive to achieve our mission of making floating accessible to the masses!

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Entrepreneur’s Franchise 500 List — True REST Float Spa Move Up 29 Spots

For the second year in a row, Entrepreneur Magazine has ranked True REST Float Spa in their Franchise 500–205 in 2020, up 29 spots from 2019. True REST Float Spa is the industry’s largest float spa brand with a franchise footprint of over 79 awarded locations, including 35 open locations and another 15 opening soon across the country, it is on its way to servicing 1 million floats.
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Where to Recharge in Charlotte: 2020

When you arrive at True REST Float Spa, a staff member will offer you tea or water, then usher you into a room to watch an informative video on float therapy.
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US Veterans Supported by True REST Float Spa

While many options exist out there, True REST Float Spa, a wellness franchise that offers members access to flotation therapy, is especially attractive to veterans because of their commitment to those who have served in the military. True REST Float Spa provides relaxation, better sleep and pain relief for multiple ailments including holistic treatment options for chronic pain, anxiety, depression and stress.
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Metro Detroit spas offer new concepts in wellness

The only Michigan franchise of national spa brand True Rest features float pod suites with showers, an oxygen bar and an Oasis Room.
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Float therapy helping many to rest, rejuvenate

About 10 months ago, Jalbrizikowski, 37, of Pittsburgh, incorporated float therapy into his self-care routine.

At least once a month, the U.S. Army veteran who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, and is an avid cyclist and runner, floats in total darkness and silence in an egg-shaped tank filled with Epsom salt at True REST Float Spa in Scott Township.
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'I Tried Float Therapy And Forgot What It Felt Like To Be Stressed Out'

My ears tingled as I leaned my head back into the water. I was in a giant man-made egg filled with salty liquid, with only artificial purple light and quiet surrounding me. The woman who gave my orientation recommended that everyone spend “their first float in silence”—so I figured I'd follow directions. Closing my eyes, I relaxed, letting my body succumb to its watery fate.
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What Modern Extremes Taught Me About Noise in the Ancient World

After my first session in that tank (there will be more), I got to thinking about our preindustrial human ancestors and how they experienced sound. What were the loudest noises our ancestors had to deal with? What would they think of our cacophonous world today? To say they’d be startled would be an understatement, but let’s go back to my initial attempt at sensory deprivation.
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Everything I Learned Inside A Sensory Deprivation Tank

Floating is an increasingly popular form of sensory deprivation therapy that involves lying in a pitch black tank of salted water. This may sound like your worst nightmare, but since the invention of Sensory Deprivation Tanks in 1954 they have been praised for their health benefits, particularly in regards to relaxation and stress relief.
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Sunrise Sweat: Float Therapy

.aking time to recover after a workout can be beneficial for your muscles and it also can be beneficial for your brain.

But in today's world with so many distractions, it can be difficult to find the time to truly give bodies and our brains a rest.
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Black Girl Approved: I Tried Floatation Therapy and It Made Me A Believer

How flotation therapy dissolved my stress and made me a believer
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