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Bodymind Float Center opens Syracuse location

Bodymind Float Center LLC has opened a second location in Syracuse, the company said.

The center also has expanded its capacity in its Rochester location — based at 622-1 Park Ave. — by 50 percent.

Spouses David Brickman and Patricia Sunwoo created Bodymind Float Center four years ago. Customers relax in a float tank filled with 800 pounds of pharmaceutical-grade Epsom salt and warm water, according to a company statement.

“I was in Portland to audition for the concertmaster position in the Oregon Symphony, a pretty intense and stressful endeavor,” Brickman said in a statement. “After my first float, I could not believe how much the chatter in my mind had quieted. It was as if my inner life had slowed from 80 miles an hour back to human tempo.”

The process helps relieve pain including back and neck aches, fibromyalgia symptoms, migraines and muscle and joint soreness.

Follow Kerry Feltner on Twitter: @KerryFeltner

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