Flotation or Isolation is all about combining sensory depravation with meditation.. It is said that by keeping the bodies senses in check and floating lifelessly in a lightless, soundproof environment; one can achieve clarity about what ails the mind, body and spirit.
Music Therapy is employed by therapists and practitioners for the purpose of assisting patients with physical, emotional, cognitive, social, and spiritual impairments. This non-threatening musical therapy is flexible and can be applied by the practitioner with the intention of creating and associating positive responses to previously unsurmountable health issues.
This supportive music applied by therapists in a healing environment can correct and bring back into balance behavioural issues that are not working for patients. Further they enhance the therapists ability to build rapport with the patient, inturn providing the necessary trust for the patients to take positive steps in the treatment of their illness or malady.
The Music therapy practitioner adopts a variety of techniques including active participating in the making of music, relaxation with music, movement to music and song-writing.