The boiling frog story is often used as a metaphor for our inability or unwillingness to recognize threats that build gradually around us.
Learn more about 5 clinically proven ways that floating helps reduce anxiety, from reducing muscle tension to enhancing levels of serenity.
Statistics from the CDC have found that occupational stress in first responders can be associated with increased risk of anxiety, depression, and suicidal behaviours. Many mental health professionals recommend a regular mindfulness practice and deep relaxation as part of a treatment plan.
Gratitude is perhaps the best researched emotion out there, and it might just be the most powerful one as well. Learn 5 ways that an attitude of gratitude can enhance your float practice.
The 90 minutes of a float are an investment in yourself. Floating can help you put away thoughts that you no longer need and aren’t serving you – ones that are taking away your energy.
As someone who is prone to depression and anxiety, I find that I need to actively manage my mental health this time of year to avoid the winter doldrums, and make the most of every day. Floating, of course, is my #1 tool for boosting my mood.
Shorter days, colder temperatures, busy schedules – all of these things can chip away at your level of happiness this time of the year. But, did you know that floating can give your happiness a boost?