Yes. Pregnant women probably get more relief from floating than most people.
The extra weight carried by the mother-to-be can be very stressful due to the forces of gravity.
Floating eliminates the negative effects of gravity, which causes joint pain, inflammation and stress on the organs as well as the unborn baby.
Pregnant women have also reported a reduction of erratic movements of the baby inside the womb.
This is due to a phenomenon call “mirror effect.”
The baby is safe and secure inside the womb and the mother shares a similar experience in the isolation tank.
Women report a stronger connection with their baby when exposed to this environment.