Flotation Therapy Videos


What are the benefits of floating?

Check out this quick video made by the very same people that design and manufacture the float tanks that we utilize here at Infinity Float NYC. It will give you a good feel for the float experience from start to finish as well as educate you about the wonderful benefits people experience from floating.



In this beautiful short-documentary by End Pain, sensory deprivation and flotation therapy are explored, with the story of two individuals that greatly benefit from it. They frequently feel trapped by their physical experience of chronic pain caused by fibromyalgia, and they speak with experts in the field of float technology at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research (LIBR), about the benefits and science behind sensory deprivation.


The Sensory Deprivation Tank - Joe Rogan

Easily one of the most watched and shared videos in float history, “The Sensory Deprivation Tank” video featuring Joe Rogan speaking on why he floats and the potential benefits has probably convinced more people to float than any other single piece of content online.


Float Away Anxiety with Dr. Justin Feinstein

Dr. Justin Feinstein, director of the Float Clinic & Research Center (FCRC) at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research (LIBR). In this presentation from the 2018 Float Conference, Dr. Feinstein discusses how floating can desensitize the anxious nervous system, including in patients with PTSD, Panic Disorder, Agoraphobia, Social Phobia, and Generalized Anxiety. The data presented has recently been published in several peer-reviewed journals and can be found in the publications section of their site.


Floating and the Immune System - Flux | Float Conference 2018

M.C.Flux is a researcher at the University of Colorado Boulder, he has been studying the mechanisms involved in the immune system. In this talk from the 2018 Float Conference, Flux breaks down the biochemical process that happens as we enter the fight or flight stage and how it triggers an immune response. He also presents some of the first data showing how floating might have an impact on this process.


Lydia Caldwell - Enhancing human performance and recovery research.

Lydia Caldwell is a researcher for Ohio State University, and has worked with the Air Force Research Lab in collaboration with their STRONG program, a program focused on enhancing human performance and recovery, conducted through the 711th Human Performance Wing.
They have recently started to incorporate float tanks into their research, and Lydia speaks at the 2017 Float Conference to discuss the program and the results it has shown so far.


"Sensory Deprivation - Altered State of Mind" featured on ABC's Nightline News Segment

ABC’s Neil Karlinsky reports on the sensory deprivation float tank experience in a hands on segment featured on ABC’s Nightline.


"How sensory deprivation and floating impacts the brain" featured on CBS This Morning’s Pay Attention Series

The Pay Attention series by “CBS This Morning” looks at how to retrain our focus and recapture our attention under the bombardment of technology and information that distracts us. "CBS This Morning" co-host John Dickerson explores if sensory deprivation can short-circuit the noise.