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This Pride, we thought we’d share a personal story from within the float community from someone who used floating to help her find herself.
Juliet Mylan is a trans woman who lives in Portland, Oregon and she has been gracious enough to share her experiences with floating and how it helped her understand her identity as a trans woman. This is her story:Continue reading How floating helped me accept I was trans
With the recent announcement that Somerville would be joining Massachusetts on May 29th in lifting Covid restrictions, we’ve been talking about how we should proceed. After discussion with the staff, we’re going to continue requiring masks in the common areas of our building until we get a “green light” on CovidActNow.Continue reading Unmasking?
What’s happening to your brain when you float? How do you go from being awake, conscious, and stressed to relaxed and dreamy? While we still have a lot to discover when it comes to different states of consciousness, one key element is the “Theta State,” when our brain waves operate at a certain frequency most often linked to the moments between sleep and wakefulness. To really understand what the Theta State is and how it benefits us, we have to first explore a little bit about brain waves more broadly.Continue reading What’s theta state?