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.
We live in a hyperconnected world where we connect with more people and things than ever before, causing our attention to be glued to our phones and PC screens. We share our experiences literally with thousands of people at an instant, but often it feels that something is missing like it’s not enough. Despite all […]Read more
For thousands of years, people have wondered at the complexity and beauty of the human experience. Theologists and philosophers have strived to explain it for centuries, contextualise it. Now, due to the recent surge in neuroscience studies and technology, we’re gaining a deeper and deeper understanding of our own mind. The experience I’m most interested […]Read more
Why getting yourself a float membership is the best thing you can do this Christmas… 🎁 TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF to TAKE CARE OF THEM: Be honest – how many years in a row have you worked yourself into feeling sick, tired + frustrated? Wouldn’t it be awesome if you didn’t do that in 2020?! […]Read more
Cleopatra, Emperor Nero’s second wife Poppaea Sabina and even Napoleon’s sister Pauline Bonaparte enjoyed bathing in sour donkey’s milk, but for us mere mortals a good long soak in 500 kg of Epsom Salts at Auckland’s new floatation centre would not only be a more pleasant experience, but likely more beneficial too. Auckland’s new Float Culture […]Read more