I’m going to be honest with you, my first two floats were average as. In fact, it took me three floats to figure out the dos and don’ts, and five floats to totally understand the benefits of sensory deprivation. Read on if you want to know how you can skip past the typical beginner mistakes.
A bit about myself. I’m a twenty-something outgoing, sociable gal – an extrovert through and through. As a Public Relations student I live and breathe social media, social life, social everything. When I feel down I normally just talk it out with a friend who puts an emotional bandaid on me, or hide in social media. Being alone as a way of recharging had never crossed my mind until I tried floatation at Float Culture. Their isolation tanks helped me open my mind to a new level, helped me understand myself as well as others, and healed my sore body and soul.
Five Lessons From Five Floats
Five Benefits From my First Five Floats
I hope the above advice from my personal experience will help you leave your doubts about sensory deprivation at the footstep of Float Culture.
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
I’m going to be honest with you, my first two floats were average as. In fact, it took me three floats to figure out the dos and don’ts, and five floats to totally understand the benefits of sensory deprivation. Read on if you want to know how you can skip past the typical beginner mistakes. […]Read more
I had met Anton from Float Culture a few nights before my first float. On talking to him about my writings on ‘the importance of feeling’ he asked that I take two floats and write a blog post from this perspective. So what’s so special about ‘feeling’? It’s a different way of looking at self-awareness. […]Read more
I make a lot of noise about the benefits of floatation. It’s relaxing, it’s great for the joints, works wonders for stress. But that’s sort of like getting excited over the fitness benefits of mountaineering and ignoring the fact that you’re having a religious experience clinging to an ice face on the roof of the […]Read more