Floatation therapy provides a unique opportunity to escape distractions and allows people to reconnect with themselves on a deeper level. However, it is not uncommon for some people to think of a 90-minute session as being more of a chore than a luxury.
Learn more about 5 clinically proven ways that floating helps reduce anxiety, from reducing muscle tension to enhancing levels of serenity.
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.
As you are planning your next ski day, why not plan for your float at the same time? Floating can help you recover faster so that you can get out on the slopes sooner.
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.
Water temperature plays an important role in floating. Tiny adjustments can take a great float to an out-of-this world float.
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?? Here’s a little bit of float history for you.