Float Seattle Has Doubled the Size of its Facility As Well As Adding Two Samadhi Float Rooms

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Greenlake's Float Seattle has doubled the size of its facility and added two Samadhi float rooms in order to increase its ability to offer a place to unplug and relax to overworked and stressed Seattleites.

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Float Seattle has just released a thousand white doves to let the city know that they're finally delivering more "nothing" than anyone in Washington State history. Float Seattle recently doubled the size of their facility to give people a grande no-foam, no whip, double shot of the float experience, complete with no-light, no-sound and zero calories.

Between the Mercer Mess, The Sonics Debacle and 787 Recalls, Seattleites have had a stressful start to the year. Float Seattle's World-Class float tank facility recently had to add two renowned Samahdi float rooms to keep Seattle's brainiacs fully rested. They also have an Ocean float room and an Oasis float tank where they now deliver more "nothing" than the Tyra Banks show.

Seahawks, Sounders, Tech Titan's and over-worked PR correspondents have been sneaking off to Greenlake's Float Seattle in droves to hang out in the dark by themselves. For $39, floaters spend an hour inside the sound and light proof rooms, floating on their back in a supersaturated epsom salt solution heated to the same temper as their skin. It's essentially like having a meditation session with a team of 12 authentic Tibetan monks while being coached by his holiness. Float Tanks have become a national craze as elite athletes look for an edge and overworked Americans struggle to unplug.

Odds are, you do most of your work interfacing with a descendent of Hal 9000, have an i-cyborg in your pocket set to vibrate, and an inbox whose “unread” category climbs like the national deficit. This can easily lead to a stressful and overwhelming lifestyle. Float Seattle's float tanks offer an easy way to disconnect from all of that and take an hour to relax.

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