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 […]

The other week we talked to Alex from Mukpuddy animation studio here in Auckland. Alex has been floating at Float Culture for almost 2 years and had over 100 floats by now. His main reason to float is the stress relief.

I’m Angela, I’m an expat in New Zealand, I run a business here, I have an active social life, I’m in a band and the majority of the time I lead a fairly ‘normal’ life.  I say the majority of the time because sometimes I’m not well.  A family tragedy in 2009 has meant that […]

This week we talked to Michael from Common Sense Organics. He told us that he floats weekly to deal with day to day stress of his job.  

This week we talk to Raj, the brew master for Organic Mechanics, to see why he floats in the darkness and calmness of a floatation tank.

In this video we talked to Kim, the founder of Little and Friday cafes and bakery here in Auckland. She talks about one of her favourite treats that strangely doesn’t come out of her kitchen.

In the first of our float stories series we talk to Katie, a busy mother of four, as to why she has made floating a part of her weekly schedule.

It’s abundantly clear to anyone who’s been to the beach that ocean water is far more buoyant than fresh water. This is, of course, because of the salt content, which increases the salinity of ocean water by about 3.5 per cent for the most part. The Dead Sea, bordering Israel, the West Bank and Jordan, […]

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