Inngi Float, an innovative, cutting-edge therapeutic float concept, announced today it has been named Emerging Business of the Year by the Highlands Ranch Chamber of Commerce. The business award was bestowed to Inngi Float by the Chamber in February 2018. Inngi Float was one of four finalists in the Emerging Business of the Year category, and was voted the winner by Chamber members.
Inngi Float, founded by husband-and-wife team Erik and Wendy Skaalerud, opened its first floatation location at 9567 S. University Blvd., in Highlands Ranch in September 2017. Since that time, more than 3,500 floats have been taken.
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 vast amount of salt is what allows for the floating.
“We are extremely honored to be named the recipient of the Emerging Business of the Year award by the Highlands Ranch Chamber of Commerce. We were among tough competition as Highlands Ranch is a hotbed for new concepts and exciting businesses. We appreciate that the Chamber members recognized our novel float concept, which has already been very received by the community,” Inngi Float founder Wendy Skaalerud said.
“In a very short time, we have successfully increased awareness of our new float concept, and our quickly grown our membership base. Highlands Ranch is a community open to new ideas and a place where the right businesses can flourish. Choosing Highlands Ranch as the launch place for our float concept has proven to be a great decision for us. The residents of Highlands Ranch are fast-embracing the benefits of floating is,” Erik Skaalerud added.
Inngi Float features the most sophisticated, unsurpassed five-step water filtration system available in the marketplace today, ensuring the water is as pure as possible. After each float, the water in the pod completely evacuates, recycles and is purified between every use. This unparalleled ozone filtration system uses hydrogen peroxide to filter the water.
Inngi Float founders Erik and Wendy Skaalerud have a proven track record in the Colorado health, fitness and wellness arena. As franchise finance experts and regional area developers for Orangetheory Fitness (OTF), they are credited with successfully bringing 25 OTF studios to the state, along with seven additional locations coming soon.
Inngi Float is open seven days a week from 7:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Various types of membership and package programs are offered to fit individual lifestyles and preferences.