When we went on hiatus in November, we set a tentative reopening date for January 15th. We crossed our fingers that we would be completely wrong about a post-Thanksgiving spike/winter surge, and that the numbers would stay flat. If that happened, we figured we could open in January.Continue reading Hiatus Update 1
The beginning of a new year is often a time for making plans and inspiring change, but 2021 has just started and already it has a lot of expectations being placed upon it. With the pandemic, 2020 felt like a global “timeout” for a lot of people, so we’ve all had to push things off and are banking on this year being an opportunity for new beginnings.
In the spirit of pursuing positive change, here’s a collection of some lesser known benefits of floating for making changes in your life.Continue reading Floating Your Way to a Better You
With so much of the chaos around us being outside of our control, it’s especially important to focus on those areas where we can have the most positive impact. As always, one of the most immediate places we can make the largest difference is in taking better care of ourselves. Even more precisely, cultivating our own mental health – our own serenity – is a very worthwhile endeavor.Continue reading Salinity and Serenity: Floating Your Way to Inner Peace
So as not to bury the lede, let’s start here: Float is going on hiatus from Thanksgiving, November 26th, through January 15th.
What’s driving this decision? Mainly, Covid numbers in our area are critical, and not showing any signs of leveling off. We saw that Canada experienced a big spike after their Thanksgiving in early October, and there’s every reason to believe we’ll follow suit. But above all else, with case numbers rising out of control, Colin and I can no longer in good conscience expect our staff to continue to leave their houses every day and come to work under these circumstances.Continue reading Going on Hiatus
What is the connection between floating and creativity? And how do you research something as nebulous and ubiquitous as creativity, anyhow?Continue reading Floating and Creativity: Finding Inspiration in the Darkness