PTSD, short for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, is a disorder that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event. It resolves with time for some, and for others it may progress to a chronic state.
Many people have found floating to be a safe place to reprocess traumatizing memories, as well as mitigating anxiety and depression. Among other benefits, a floating practice allows people to develop a sort of “body memory” of calm and positivity, which they can carry into their daily life. For those having a hard time, this is a compelling reason to float!
If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with PTSD, we’d love to introduce you to floating. Here are two things to consider going in: Continue reading Floating and PTSD: a couple things to consider
From time to time we like to turn over the microphone to other people. This guest post is from Float staffer Shayna C. – Sara
Now that I am a staff member at Float Boston, I’m fortunate to have the opportunity to float regularly (thanks, Sara and Colin!). Many of the immediate effects of frequent floatation are predictable enough: better sleep, fewer muscle aches, being physically unable to shut up about how great it is. Some of the other unforeseen results of regular visits to the tank took me by surprise. Perhaps you can relate? Continue reading Guest post: the small, unexpected benefits of floating
Are you dreaming of a time when you’ll be able to float every day, whenever you want to? That time could be now… our friend Heather is selling her Zen Float Co. Float tent! Update: the float tent has been sold, but you can get a brand new one for your very own at ZenFloatCo.com! Continue reading A float of one’s own
For your enjoyment and entertainment, photos of the new walk-in tanks in progress. Hover over individual pictures for captions.
Continue reading New tank update
If you’ve seen me lately, and have been wondering why I’ve been giggling randomly to myself, it’s all the fault of my last float… Continue reading Sara’s favorite float so far