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.
In the search for sleep, insomniac Rebecca Isemonger entered the tank for three sessions at Float Culture. The benefits she discovered, however, were much more than just catching a couple of z’s. There may be a rover on Mars, but scientists still don’t know why we sleep. Whether for the purpose of information consolidation, cellular […]Read more
In my first float I had no idea what to expect. I was a little apprehensive yet curious. As I got settled in the tank I quickly became confronted by fear. It arrived in the form of the darkness and unfamiliarity of the tank itself, but soon I realised that it was inside of me, […]Read more
There is a “synthetic ocean”, its waves lap on the outskirts of Auckland city (Que faire à Auckland). and I have been called to bathe in its water. I am shown into a room with a shower, a bench car-sized sized pod which contains a body of water which is being illuminated by blue LEDs. After […]Read more
By now we all know the powerful effect that floating has on us. We know that one session tends to provide relaxation for multiple days after a float, and most of us are aware that floating has a cumulative effect- that we relax more quickly + deeply when we’ve been floating on the regular… But, […]Read more