Alternative & Holistic Health Sports Centre

Recovery Mode offers sensory deprivation therapy (floating), massage, reflexology, pregnancy massage, cupping

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Float MODE

Stress relief, pain management, improved athletic performance and much more.


BodyScan MODE

State of the art, fast, non-invasive and reliable assessment of your body composition.


Massage MODE

Remedial & Sports Massage for pain, injury, sports recovery, general health & well-being.


Crossfit MODE

Universal scalability and ideal for everyone – from grandmothers to professional athletes.


Release from gravity…

There is no easier way to achieve a state of complete and utter relaxation.

Inside the float tank, 350kg of pharmaceutical-grade Epsom salt is dissolved in 10 inches of water warmed to skin temperature. This extremely dense solution, like the Dead Sea, enables people of all body types to float effortlessly and, to a large extent, escape the pull of gravity. The  tank is light-proof and sound-proof, greatly reducing sensory stimulation. This unique environment frees the brain from the bulk of its processing duties and prompts theta wave production. The nearly universal response to floating is one of profound relaxation and a sense of well-being, even joy.

The benefits of taking your sports recovery to the next level by using a float tank in Adelaide include:

  • Decrease in recovery time
  • Decrease in cortisol
  • Increase in energy 
  • Lowered heart rate
  • Faster healing 
  • Increased visualisation potential

Float MODE packages

One Off Float

  • It is generally said the mental benefits can be seen after 3 – 5 floats.
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3 Session Pack

  • Must be used within 30 days of purchase.
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Float/Massage Combo

  • Includes a 1 hour massage and 90 minute floatation session.
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Australians are hospitalised for sports injuries per year


of total injuries in Australia are sport or exercise related

Million Australians experience bodily pain every month

Australians may have a problem with prescription painkillers