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Bala Float Center Opens in Lancaster

Bala Float Center is now open in Lancaster. Large, private float rooms give clients complete control of soft lighting and music therapy during the 60-minute session. The environment naturally encourages clients to enter a deep, relaxed state, providing numerous benefits to the mind, body and spirit, and allows the body to reach homeostasis, the place where cells can heal and replace themselves. Clients depart feeling refreshed and renewed.

“Floating is a proven holistic health tool, backed by decades of research, proving its positive effects on the mind and body, and has the greatest potential over any other service for deep healing, relaxation and mental rejuvenation,” shares owner Chris Smeltz. “If you are looking to de-stress and heal your mind and body, there is no better place to relax than Bala Float Center, the first and only float center in Lancaster.”

Location: 903 Nissley Rd., Lancaster (at the intersection of Centerville and Nissley Rds.). For more information, call 717-537-6955, email Chris@BalaFloatCenter.com or visit BalaFloatCenter.com.

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