Auckland’s Shane Young is the current XFC featherweight champion. A veteran of upward of 15 fights across multiple disciplines, Young is one of the many pro fighters taking advantage of floatation therapy to complement their training. After his first float in 2014 Young has since become a devotee of the tank, using it as a tool to ensure he enters the cage at his physical and mental peak.
Sensory deprivation (in psychology) is an experimental situation in which all stimulation is cut off from the sensory receptors. What we know about the benefits of floatation continuously leaves us amazed by the power of the human body. Not because of the states of relaxation and elation that floating can endure. No, rather the body’s […]Read more
Auckland’s creative professionals turn into floating to manage stress, reduce anxiety and boost creativity. Watch this video to see why Alex from Mukpuddy floats regularly.Read more
I get sick around a week or so from deadline. It happens almost every time I work on a big project to the point where I can predict and prepare for the inevitable achy joints and headache. But as I’ve matured as a writer I’ve realised that my reoccurring flu is a direct result of […]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