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flotation tank

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflotation tankfloˈtation ˌtank noun [countable]  a large container full of warm salty water, often with a cover on it to make it dark inside, that you float in so that you can relax, or to treat illness or injury
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flotation tankThe difference between a flotation tank and other relaxation techniques is that other methods require effort on the part of the patient.All right then, how many of your would like to try a session in a flotation tank?For the ultimate in relaxation, few treatments can beat the experience of a flotation tank.Clients wash and shower before entering the flotation tank.
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