Tip from The Tank – Jan 2018

Water temperature As you know, water temperature in a float environment is an important part of the experience.  The idea is to have the water at skin temperature so that your body can ‘disappear’ into the water.   We set the water temperature around 94.9 F – a temperature where we find most people are200
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Float History

Movies like Stranger Things and Altered States feature floating, in its not-so-relaxing and not-so-appealing forms.  Have you ever wondered where this amazing therapy started?? In the early 1950’s, Dr. John C. Lilly, a MD with training as a psychoanalyst and specialist in experimental neurophysiology set out to study areas of neuropsychology.  He reasoned that the best200
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So, what are Theta waves anyway?

I am writing this on a foggy, grey day in January, which today is also being called “blue monday”. The combination of the weather, the lack of sunlight, the reality of your new years resolutions, and credit card bills coming in all have a profound effect on your mood this time of the year .200

New Year’s Resolutions – yay or nay??

As 2017 draws to a close and we look towards the year ahead, New Year’s Resolutions are a hot topic of conversation these days.  What are your thoughts?  Do you love them, make them, and stick to them?  Or, do you fall into the category of wildly abandoning resolutions by mid-February.  I am definitely in200

Tips from the Tank – June

The list of benefits to be gained from a float practice is seemingly endless. That in itself is amazing. Each float can be a bit different, and often offers exactly what your body or mind needs in that moment. I have been amazed at some of the random places that my mind goes during my200
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Tips from the Tank – May

We absolutely love hosting folks who are new to floating. One of the most frequently asked questions that we get is ‘How do I shut my mind off?’ While there are many meditation and relaxation techniques for you to explore, we find that one of the simplest methods is simply to focus on your breath.200
Posted: May 11, 2017 By: Comment: 0