Tracey Lambrechs Olympic Weightlifter at Olympic Weightlifting New Zealand uses floatation tank Float Culture weekly as a part of her recovery plan to prepare for Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
It’s not easy being a mum. I know this because I have one, and I’ve seen up close the effects of motherhood. She has a few more wrinkles than she used to, and perhaps even a grey hair or two. She has considerably less money than she might have otherwise, and there’s a lot of […]Read more
The Isomind Programme has the potential to help change your life for the better- but you need to do the work. For me, the idea of finding time to float twice a week sounded incredible- and impossible. Time-wise, I was just scraping by… it felt like all of my time was already reserved for dealing […]Read more
All Welcome! Obviously, there are still some concerns around the Coronavirus. Let me put your mind at ease here. Firstly, COVID-19 is not a water-borne disease. Even if it were, the high salinity levels of the float pod are inhospitable to bacteria, including microbes and other pathogens, 99.5% of diseases can’t survive in this environment. […]Read more
To most people, the idea of floating in a tank at Float Culture connotes feelings of calm, serene silence, quiet introspection and the occasional moment of epiphany. The aesthetic of the whole experience is undeniably flavored by Zen influence; it seems like the sort of place you’d go if you had to figure out the […]Read more