Inngi Float opens first metro Denver location

Tuesday December 12, 2017 0 comments Tags: Highlands Ranch, Inngi Float, Wendy and Erik Skaalerud

HIGHLANDS RANCH -- Inngi Float, an innovative, cutting-edge therapeutic float concept, today announced it opened its first metro-Denver area floatation location at 9567 S. University Blvd. in Highlands Ranch.inngi-float-logo

Inngi Float offers a total mind-body relaxation experience through 60-minute calming, medicinal and meditative floating sessions that take place in state-of-the-art private pods.

Floats contain high levels of medical grade magnesium that is dissolved in water, which is the same as one’s body temperature. The amount of salt is what allows for the floating.

Inngi Float’s new and novel facility boasts the latest European floatation equipment and most advanced pod technology. Every float takes place in a private suite inside a sensory-controlled pod filled with approximately 10 inches of saline water.

The high-tech, high-touch pods have adjustable lids, special sensory effects, such as customized sound and music capabilities, and personalized lighting options, allowing floaters to customize their individual experiences.

Inngi Float said its five-step water filtration system ensures the water is as pure as possible. After each float, the water in the pod completely evacuates, recycles and is purified between every use.

Backed by scientific research, Inngi Float said therapeutic floating offers myriad benefits including stress reduction, anti-aging benefits, pain relief, athletic recovery, easing of headaches, reducing body inflammation and eliminating insomnia.

Inngi Float was founded by husband-and-wife team Wendy and Erik Skaalerud. As franchise finance experts and area developers, they are credited with successfully bringing 25 Orangetheory Fitness studios to the state, with seven additional locations coming soon.

“We are very excited to bring Colorado a completely new take on health, wellness and relaxation with our innovative Inngi Float concept,” said Erik.

“We chose to bring floating to the metro-Denver area because we recognize the level of stress and number of distractions one experiences on a daily basis today, and we’ve worked hard to create a distinct environment that completely eliminates all of this during the 60-minute float time.

“On the heels of their floats, most people report that they experience a range of health and wellness benefits that last for days.”

“We chose to launch our distinctive float concept in Highlands Ranch because, with the two Orangetheory Fitness locations we already own and operate there, we feel we really know the community well, and also believe it is the right landscape for this type of calming environment,” said Wendy.

“People here are very open to dedicating a portion of their income to their health and well-being, and to trying new concepts. We are already seeing significant interest in our new float concept.”