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.
There is an intricate relationship between insomnia and menopause. Floating can help.
The boiling frog story is often used as a metaphor for our inability or unwillingness to recognize threats that build gradually around us.
In a time when so much media is serious and heavy, I thought a bit of humour was in order. It occurred to me that my float practice has prepared me very well for times like these. Here is my light-hearted take on how floating has prepared us for these crazy times!
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.
Training for a Spartan or Tough Mudder race? Here’s how floating will give you a competitive edge.
If you are looking to age gracefully, your float practice is a powerful anti-aging tool. Floating can reduce pain, promote athletic recovery, reduce anxiety and depression, and reduce stress.