Beating the January Blues

January.  Such an abrupt contrast to joyful December. Short dark days, no more yummy treats in the fridge, stretchy pants are the go-to outfit, the credit card bill just arrived, and the weather isn’t exactly inviting you to get outside.   Some days, it can take every ounce of energy just to get out of bed200

Floating for Happiness

happiness hap·​pi·​ness | \ˈha-pē-nəs  \ The Merriam Webster Dictionary defines Happiness as follows: a) A state of well-being and contentment b) A pleasurable or satisfying experience 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 you a happiness boost? Here are 5200
Posted: December 5, 2018 By: Comment: 0

Float Fact – Floating reduces anxiety

At the 2018 float conference in Portland, Oregon, Dr. Justin Feinstein presented results of one of his studies around the impact on floating on anxiety. His results show that across 50 patients in the study, every single one of them experienced a reduction in anxiety.  The amount of reduction varied from patient to patient, but200

Want to improve your golf game?

Float Fact:  Want to take strokes off your golf game? A commonly known benefit of floating is pain relief.  However, did you know that floating can also help you take strokes off your golf game? Athletic performance has two major components – physical and mental.  Floating in the anti-gravity and magnesium rich environment makes your200
Posted: June 7, 2018 By: Comment: 0

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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