Reflection on Watsu

Watsu water therapy appears to be embraced by the occupational therapy community.

The thing about floating is that the body fixes itself. It seems sad that the only thing acceptable to insurance companies is something where a therapist has months or years of book learning… or maybe I am wrong. Is there a common medical practice that insurance companies cover where the body fixes itself?

The lack of a therapist is what I like about floating. Therapists have different levels of skill. And they can have an off-day. The water and salt never have an off day or reduction in skill level.

That being said, Harold Dull has a very comforting voice.

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