Those looking for a new way to relax can now try floating. Inngi Float opened its first Denver area location in Highlands Ranch, offering mind-body relaxation through 60-minute medicinal and …
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Those looking for a new way to relax can now try floating.
Inngi Float opened its first Denver area location in Highlands Ranch, offering mind-body relaxation through 60-minute medicinal and meditative floating sessions.
Floating, a concept that dates back 60 years, optimizes many of mind and body functions, a company news release states. Benefits may include stress reduction, pain relief, anti-aging, athletic recovery, easing of headaches, reducing body inflammation, eliminating insomnia and more.
Floats contain high levels of medical grade magnesium dissolved in water that is the same as an individual’s body temperature. The amount of salt is what allows for the floating.
The Inngi Float center boasts the latest European flotation equipment and most advanced pod technology. Every float takes place in a private suite inside a sensory-controlled pod filled with approximately ten inches of saline water. The high-tech, high-touch pods have adjustable lids, special sensory effects, such as customized sound and music capabilities, and personalized lighting options, allowing floaters to customize their individual experiences.
The Inngi Float five-step water filtration system ensures that the water is as pure as possible. After each float, the water in the pod completely evacuates, recycles and is purified between every use. The ozone filtration system uses hydrogen peroxide to filter the water.
Inngi Float was founded by husband and wife Wendy and Erik Skaalerud, who have a proven track record in the Colorado health, fitness and wellness arena. As franchise finance experts and area developers, they are credited with bringing 25 Orangetheory Fitness studios to the state, with seven additional locations coming soon.
“We are very excited to bring Colorado a completely new take on health, wellness and relaxation with our innovative Inngi Float concept,” Erik Skaalerud said. “We chose to bring floating to the metro-Denver area because we recognize the level of stress and number of distractions one experiences on a daily basis today, and we’ve worked hard to create a distinct environment that completely eliminates all of this during the 60-minute float time. On the heels of their floats, most people report that they experience a range of health and wellness benefits that last for days.”
Inngi Float is now open at 9567 S. University Blvd., Highlands Ranch. Call 720-408-2614 or go to www.inngifloat.com.
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