Northwest Float Center’s Grand Opening Announcement: October 25 – 27

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A new Tacoma health spa is offering locals a chance to try out floatation therapy, one of the latest trends for alternative pain relief and holistic stress relief. Northwest Float Center is opening its doors for the first time on the weekend of October 25-27. The Grand Opening will be accompanied by a number of special promotional offers as well as plenty of opportunities to learn more about floatation therapy.

Owners Kriss Brooks and Alex Ziegler will spend the inaugural weekend leading tours of the facility that will showcase their float tanks. In addition, Brooks and Ziegler will be on hand to answer any questions about what floatation therapy is and why people float. Floatation therapy is known for its ability to provide incredible relief from pain, stress, and even chronic diseases, so Northwest Float Center hopes to provide a valuable service to the Tacoma community.

Perhaps the most exciting promotion is the chance to gain a lifetime discount by becoming one of the first 100 members at the float center. New members that are able to obtain this deal can reduce the price of each 75-minute float session from $68 to as low as $24. Those who acquire one of these packages also gain a variety of other benefits, including free floats, 20% off of all merchandise, and access to monthly members-only giveaways.

During the Grand Opening, Northwest Float Center will provide a $10 discount to anyone who signs up for a float session. In addition, the Tacoma health spa will raffle off free floats and give away merchandise throughout the weekend. Although the Grand Opening celebration begins on October 25th, Tacoma residents are invited to begin signing up for float sessions and memberships on Northwest Float Center’s website starting on October 24th.

Northwest Float Center will offer residents of Tacoma the opportunity to practice floatation therapy, an alternative form of relief from pain and stress that relies on sensory deprivation. Owners Kriss Brooks and Alex Ziegler believe that floating allows busy people a chance to cut out distractions during a float session so that they can relax and heal.

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