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.
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
Floating tends to occupy this special place in our minds. One of peace, tranquillity, even spirituality. I certainly think of it as a reprieve, a reset, all but guaranteed to make me feel better no matter the state I’m in. But is there a limit to this conception? As we know ‘not all floats are […]Read more
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 […]Read more
Gift giving and the holidays can bring stress, anxiety and much-needed reflection — which is one of the reasons why floating can be such a great present for your loved ones. The benefits of floating for your mind, body and life are numerous, making it not only a unique experience if they haven’t tried it before, along […]Read more