After consultation with your doctor or midwife, you will find that floatation’s weightless state takes the load off you, literally. By taking the weight of your feet, spine and the rest of your body, floatation is the ultimate in ‘me time’, relaxation and pain relief.
Enjoy a peace and quiet and a level of comfort you never thought possible in your 2nd and 3rd trimesters.
“I was eight months pregnant when I floated for the first time. Pregnancy takes a toll on every muscle in your body, especially your torso. Ironically, the times when you get a chance to rest is when the baby becomes more active and its weight continues to put stress on your muscles.
While floating, I expected the baby to be very active, but was pleasantly surprised. Since there was no pressure from any side, the baby didn’t feel the need to kick or roll around. It was the best rest I’ve had in several months. I would recommend floating to anyone, pregnant or not, for a time of physical and mental renewal.” – Heather Warren
1). It feels good! Floating is simply a uniquely enjoyable sensation in itself. There is just nothing else quite like the pleasure of the effortlessly floating in skin-temperature water while theEpsom salts feel utterly silky to the skin. And at the end of it all you come out feeling fresh and relaxed as well. The […]Read more
Walking around the world at large, there is a constant influx of stimuli. Sights, sounds and colour – we are constantly barraged by the multifarious, often beautiful and sometimes distressing multitudes of sensory data. Sometimes, when walking around either without having had a chance to close your eyes, or after having been shut off for […]Read more
Crunch time. Deadlines. We all have these periods that consume all our attention pop up in our lives. Often times the work seems so daunting and monumental that it manages to push aside just about everything else that is unrelated. Too often this includes pushing aside the things that keep us happy, healthy and less […]Read more
I walked into my very first float with a lot of expectations. I was excited and a bit apprehensive, I had devoured every bit of information available on the world wide web. I had crawled YouTube & Facebook and spent many minutes googling things like: “What is Floating?” “Why is floating good for me?” and […]Read more