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The 2020 International Therapeutic Floatation Conference January 15 - 20, 2020
Reinventing flotation therapy - the renaissance. An introduction of flotation therapy to a host of new audiences, including the medical community.
With the advent of alternative and complimentary therapy to enhance well-being and treat illness—and an unprecedented degree of mental and physical stimulation in our daily lives—floatation therapy has drawn new interest. And it is this rebirth—a Renaissance—that is the theme of this year's International Float Conference.
The four-day Renaissance conference brings together medical and scientific experts, allopathic and alternative health practitioners, and floatation tank and supply vendors to share and exchange knowledge in a forum that includes both formal presentations and informal exchange. Attendees will include health and wellness professionals in the area of allopathic, complementary, and alternative medicine, chiropractic, massage therapy, body work, energy work, and spa services. If you have yet to consider floatation, the conference provides a chance to explore whether it may be the right complementary therapy to add to your existing practice. If you already offer floatation, the conference offers a chance to obtain the latest information on the medical relevance—and marketing opportunities—available to you.
The float tank of today is based on the 1954 invention of neuroscientist John C. Lilley, who hypothesized that the human brain, in the absence of stimulation, would simply go to sleep. With this hypothesis in mind, Lilly created an environment that totally isolated an individual from external stimulation: A salt-filled water tank in which the users floats horizontally, gently buoyant and completely enclosed in darkness. And thus floatation therapy was born.
Now more than ever, with our senses overloaded by Email, texts, cell phones, Twitter, Facebook, Google, iPods, computer games, and television, traffic sounds, the hum of machines, and the beeps and rings from all of the above—the world needs Dr. Lilley's invention: the extraordinary simplicity of dark, silent, solitary, gravity-free relaxation. Float tanks are easy to operate, and inexpensive to maintain, making them a highly marketable and highly profitable addition to many health and wellness offices.
The four-day International Therapeutic Floatation Conference will take place on January 15th - 20th in New Orleans
Attendees can receive refunds up to 30 days before your event start date.
Visit our official website for more information: The 2018 International Therapeutic Floatation Conference Official Website