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Artist Program is back for 2019!

We love doing Artist Programs, and this year we’re back to the visual arts. If you’re a painter, illustrator, or sculptor, we invite you to participate in our fourth annual Artist Program project. Float three times for free, with the understanding that after the second float you’ll start an art project and finish it within one month. We think you’ll be amazed at everything your mind creates when you eliminate the distractions of the outside world.

For more information and to sign up, email us: artists@floatboston.com

Questions! You probably have questions.

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Call for musicians!

Our summer Arts program is back, and this time we’re asking local musicians to come out. If you’re a musician, we invite you to participate in our third Float Creative project. Float three times for free, with the understanding that after the second float you’ll start a project and finish it within one month. We think you’ll be amazed at everything your mind creates when you eliminate the distractions of the outside world. Continue reading Call for musicians!

Let’s Float summer challenge is back!

It’s back… our summer float challenge is back and better than ever.

Why do a float intensive? Just like any exercise or self-care, the benefits from floating are cumulative and at their peak when part of a regular practice. Also, there is evidence that a period of frequent floats over a few weeks has long-lasting and possibly permanent effects. If you love the way you feel after a float, and want to be able to access that feeling better in your daily life, now is the time! Continue reading Let’s Float summer challenge is back!

Open letter to health care professionals

As a massage therapist, I often found myself answering questions from my clients about wellness and alternative health treatments. If you’re anywhere near the holistic wellness space, I’m sure you’ve been in the same position: manning the gateway to a whole realm of opportunities for people to build the best version of themselves. It’s an exciting place to be!

It’s also expensive to keep ourselves educated on every option. Continue reading Open letter to health care professionals