Floatation therapy

5 Reasons to Actively Practice Stress Management

5 Reasons to Actively Practice Stress Management

As our stress levels increase or as we are chronically in a stressful (fight-or-flight) state our mind's ability to be easily triggered and reactive increases. We may say and think things that we normally wouldn't say or think if we were in a calmer state.  Actively practicing stress management can allow us to be a "better" version of ourselves when dealing with others.

My Life-Changing Experience In A Sensory Deprivation Tank

My Life-Changing Experience In A Sensory Deprivation Tank

You float in complete darkness and silence for 1-2 hours. It’s the most relaxing experience I’ve ever had, but what blows my mind is that relaxation is not limited to your time in the pod. It follows you home.

Floating: Can It Buoy You To Better Health?

Floating: Can It Buoy You To Better Health?

Here’s a trend you may have missed the memo on—flotation tanks. It entails lying in a large tub (think the length of a walk in closet) filled with warm, very salty water, in a soundproofed and pitch black room.

How Floating Changed The Way I Feel About My Body

How Floating Changed The Way I Feel About My Body

Women and men alike are starving for the reconnection and integration, they just don’t know how to do it.

Floating allowed me to experience my body, for the first time in a long time. It allowed me to be present to how I was feeling, not how I think I should feel. It powerfully encouraged me to reconnect.

5 Health Reasons to Get Into a Float Tank this Year

5 Health Reasons to Get Into a Float Tank this Year

(Lower Stress, Anxiety and Reduce Inflammation)

1. Lower Cortisol and Stress Hormones: While you're in the tank, you're experiencing a deep reset for your entire nervous system. With no external stimulation, you get an extended period of calm in which your body isn't reacting to noise, light or sound.