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!
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
De-stressing and bonding with your baby are wonderful and important reasons to float, but there’s one practical reason that outstrips the rest: getting some relief from gravity. Continue reading Floating positions for pregnancy
The following is a wonderful discussion of floating and eating disorders, by OlyFloat in Olympia, Washington. I wanted to repost this great resource here in full, in the hope that it could help someone in our community. Continue reading Floating and eating disorders
This is really exciting news! Dr. Justin Feinstein and his team at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research (LIBR) have published their first peer-reviewed study on floating. Here’s a quick summary: Continue reading New research on floating