Discover what’s on the other side of the mind chatter. Take control of your mind in a floatation tank and experience deep meditation.

Floatation Therapy has been used to help athletes and health-conscious individuals to accelerate physical recovery. Rosie is a contemporary dancer and uses floating to recover.

Take a minute and listen to the words of an experienced floater… Evan is a true believer in floatation therapy and has floated for 30 years.

Auckland’s creative professionals turn into floating to manage stress, reduce anxiety and boost creativity. Watch this video to see why Alex from Mukpuddy floats regularly.

There are two sides to any recovery: the physical and the mental at Float Culture you can take care of both. Listen to Shane Young MMA, UFC fighter, express why he floats and how he benefits mentally and physically

Intrigued by all the chatter about float tanks but haven’t made the decision to try it yet? Watch this video and find out just why people float at Float Culture.

I had met Anton from Float Culture a few nights before my first float. On talking to him about my writings on ‘the importance of feeling’ he asked that I take two floats and write a blog post from this perspective. So what’s so special about ‘feeling’? It’s a different way of looking at self-awareness. […]

It’s such a strange thing to be shut into a room with the lights off, no sound, no smell, no taste, no light and very little to even touch. Your body suspended in zero gravity due to a bath of water so concentrated even the toughest ocean swimmer wouldn’t want it in their eyes. Luckily […]

There is a “synthetic ocean”, its waves lap on the outskirts of Auckland city (Que faire à Auckland). and I have been called to bathe in its water. I am shown into a room with a shower, a bench car-sized sized pod which contains a body of water which is being illuminated by blue LEDs. After […]

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