We partnered up with F45 Grey Lynn to offer a new challenge called Challenge Your Body, Train Your Mind to showcase the powerful benefits of floating for your mind and body like physical recovery to push past your current limits and reducing stress or anxiety for a strong state of calm.
All you need to do is float at least 2 times before October 12th in order to enter to win. We encourage you to grab one of our 3 float packs, become a member, or use your existing membership for the appointments. If you float more than 2 times, you will increase your chances of winning and the person who floats the most during the contest period will win the special prize.
Completed your 2 floats between October 1st and 12th?
Our most affordable option for floating on a regular basis is with our membership. You can get your 2 floats for only $140 (30% off regular price) and get access to our ISOMIND program to get further support and tools based on comprehensive psychological research.
We provide functional 45 minute sessions in a controlled group environment, delivered by experienced personal trainers. Our weekly schedule is set up so you can train every day, as what you do today won’t hurt what you do tomorrow.
We give 1 on 1 experience within a group environment, at a fraction of the cost of a personal trainer, that delivers results like I have never seen.
How F45 Works
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