Epic Floats & Wellness Unveils a New Paradigm in Personal Well-being


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(WNY News Now) – This past September Jamestown welcomed a transformative addition to its wellness landscape with the inauguration of Epic Floats & Wellness at 527 Foote Ave. This innovative establishment, founded by lifelong Chautauqua County residents Shawna and Tracy Tellinghuisen, introduces an array of wellness modalities that promise to redefine self-care in the region.

Jamestown, N.Y. – Epic Floats & Wellness distinguishes itself by offering five distinctive modalities dedicated to enhancing personal well-being. Among these, flotation therapy takes center stage, providing visitors with sensory deprivation tanks that immerse them in a weightless environment filled with water and Epsom salts. The tanks offer a myriad of benefits for both the mind and body, promoting relaxation and stress relief.





The facility also boasts a halo infrared sauna, two zero gravity massage chairs, an oxygen bar, and a unique white light therapy called roXiva. Exclusive to Epic Floats, roXiva combines stroboscopic white light with sound, inducing states of relaxation or inspiration. Often referred to as a hypnagogic light machine, this therapy leverages the brain’s natural ability to synchronize with external sources of rhythm, allowing individuals to alter their mental and physical states.

Shawna and Tracy Tellinghuisen, deeply rooted in Chautauqua County, emphasize that Epic Floats & Wellness is more than a business; it’s a service for the entire community. Contrary to the assumption that it may be an expensive day spa, the establishment ensures pocket-friendly prices. Additionally, they extend discounts to members of the medical community, Cummins employees (where both owners have an extensive employment background), and veterans. This inclusivity underscores their commitment to making wellness accessible to all residents.

The establishment’s operating hours further demonstrate its dedication to accommodating diverse schedules. With Sunday hours from 10 am to 2 pm, Tuesday and Wednesday offering extended hours until 8 pm, and late-night services on Friday and Saturday until 10 pm, Epic Floats & Wellness aims to cater to the varied needs of its patrons.





















Epic Floats & Wellness is not merely a business; it’s a well-needed opportunity for individuals in Jamestown and beyond to let their pain and stress “float” away. By introducing cutting-edge wellness modalities in a welcoming and affordable setting, Shawna and Tracy Tellinghuisen have positioned their establishment as a beacon of holistic well-being for Chautauqua County.

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