Coming summer 2020

IntoMeSea will be Santa Monica’s premier floatation meditation and wellness destination, bringing innovative, alternative healing and relaxation techniques to a new eco-driven brick and mortar on the west side.

IntoMeSea offers 3 floatation meditation suites for sensory de-stimulation and a spacious studio where we will host a series of community events and workshops guaranteed to expand your consciousness and harmonize your brain. IntoMeSea is excited to unveil additional modalities not found in the immediate area, plus an exclusive soaking experience never before used in a commercial venue to date!

IntoMeSea emphasizes a love for sustainability, authenticity, healing and the sea and partners with like-minded non-profits and companies in order to co-create a happier and healthier planet and people.

Stay in touch with us through our blog, The Sea.Drop.Chronicles to learn more about topics and concerns we care about and exact opening dates as we move closer to our debut.

IntoMeSea invites you to Sea-k Your Authenticity.

True Salt (Halotherapy) Therapy

First….the definition of Salt Therapy - aka Halotherapy – it’s dry salt therapy and where salt therapy is concerned….the dryer – the better!

The Ancient Roots of Color Therapy

Chromotherapy has been used for healing in ancient Egypt, Greece, China, and India for centuries and per usual…..only began catching on in the United States in the 1950s.

Let Them Float!

R.E.S.T (Restricted Environmental Stimulation Technique) or floatation therapy (IntoMeSea names this floatation meditation) is the practice of floating in a chamber of Epsom Salt rich water without light or sound.

Floatation Meditation, Contact Lenses & Sustainability

Wearing contact lenses while experiencing floatation meditation is not the best idea. Not only can the high salt content of the water sting your eyes, but also salt is extremely drying, causing contact lenses to stick to your eyeballs.

Color Medicine, Yes, please!

Throughout the history of the world, civilizations have been using the visible spectrum (colors) of electromagnetic radiation to cure diseases. This method is known as Chromotherapy, aka color medicine.

Benefits of Color in Healing

Why does red make someone feel energized and another feel anxious? Light yellow might feel warm and sunshiny to Cornelia, but make Sebastian feel sick to his stomach.