Floatation Therapy has been used to help athletes and health-conscious individuals to accelerate physical recovery. Rosie is a contemporary dancer and uses floating to recover.
Here is what you need to know: Float session is the easiest pastime ever. All you need is to show up at Float Culture, 12 Water Street, Grafton 10 minutes before your session. Our friendly staff will take you through a short and easy briefing on how to use our floatation pods. All our floatation rooms designed to […]Read more
Lots of us have been on Tinder dates, and after a couple, they can get a bit same-same: meet in a bar, have a drink – feel it out. Blegh. You want something unique, something special, that’s why you’re here. We’ve got five original ideas for you: For a truly unique experience, book yourselves a […]Read more
What effects does floating have on the body? A: In the gravity free environment the body balances and heals internally as all the senses are rested. Research shows that floating measurably reduces blood pressure and heart rate whilst lowering the levels of stress related chemicals in the body. Old injuries and aches, (especially backache) experience relief […]Read more
Muscle pain, sleep disorder, anxiety, migraines, cognitive dysfunction and more are all symptoms experienced by sufferers of the debilitating rheumatic condition, fibromyalgia. Translated from the original greek, fibromyalgia means “muscle and connective tissue pain”, however both physical and psychological symptoms are experienced by those with the condition, an estimated 2-8% of the population. Doctors are […]Read more