TrueREST Opens Scottsdale Location -- Fifth Store Nationally

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TrueREST Float Spa Opens its 5th location in Scottsdale on Nov. 16 at 11:30. The Mayor will be there to cut the ribbon and refreshments will be served.

TrueREST® Float Spa will hold its Scottsdale Grand Opening at 6969 E. Shea Blvd. on Monday, Nov. 16 from 11:30-1.There will be a short ceremony, a ribbon cutting, and light refreshments.
The Scottsdale location marks the 5th nationally for TrueREST, with another store opening in two weeks and fifteen more on the way. TrueREST is the latest in float pod technology.

Scottsdale marks a return to the company’s roots. TrueREST’s other locations are throughout Arizona, California, Ohio, and North Carolina. The Scottsdale location is open for online booking at, or by phone. Call 480-699-9980 and leave a message to book.

What is Floating? You have not lived until you’ve spent an hour floating on your back in a pod of warm water containing 1000 pounds of Epsom salts. If you had any aches and pains going in, you don’t have them coming out. The water is about 93 degrees, and the experiences is spa-like. TrueREST’s pods have a futuristic design with optional soft colored lights and soothing music. You get naked (or into a swim suit), climb into the pod and (unless you are claustrophobic) you close the pod over you. Its like returning to the womb. After a few minutes, you realize you really will be held up by the salts and you allow yourself to relax into the water.

Testimonials. "Ten years of chronic, constant pain and in one hour I finally got relief! Each time I’ve come back my pain levels are lower than the time previous and the relief lasts longer after each float. ‘Every time I come out of the REST Pod my pain levels return to zero or near zero! WOW! Thank you True REST."

“This is my favorite discovery of something new and exciting in quite some time and am so glad that I found it! I have quickly become a HUGE fan of True REST! I did a two-hour float last night and continue to be impressed with the quality of my experience. I always go with the intention of staying awake because I use this as meditation time. I can sleep at home. The quality and level of my meditation experience only gets better with each float. I continue to sing the praises of this establishment to anyone who will listen and my hope is that they will experience first hand like I have."

History Floating was invented by Dr. John Lilly, a neuro-psychiatrist who thought that sensory deprivation would be an effective way to make the brain relax and rejuvenate. He argued that if all stimuli are cut off to the brain, it would go to sleep. Lilly decided to test this hypothesis and, with this in mind, created an environment that totally isolated an individual from external stimulation. From here, he studied the origin of consciousness and its relation to the brain. His tanks, however, were not user-friendly, and the Janickis decided to offer more of a spa experience, with comforting amenities and specially designed individual float pods.

About True Rest
Nick Janicki is the founder of the True REST Float Spa, CEO of Float Pod Technologies and founder of the True REST was founded in 2009 to offer (Restricted Environmental Stimulus Therapy), a zero gravity environment that allows the mind and body to truly rest. Flotation Therapy uses a special solution of skin-temperature water containing 1,200 pounds of Epsom salt. The salt solution makes floating on water totally effortless. Floating relieves pain, promotes faster healing, relaxes, de-stresses, improves sleep. The benefits are immediate.

TrueREST has 5 locations in Arizona, Ohio, California, and Wilmington North Carolina and features an ADA compliant REST Suite, with ample room for wheelchair access and a ADA compliant shower. Many clients with severe fibromyalgia and other movement restricting problems find this specially designed room very helpful.

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