One year of meditation

One year of meditation

As of this month, I’ve officially hit one year of meditating.  I remember when I first started, I would always wonder where I’d be at 1 year from then.  Would I be able to conquer my mind? Would I acquire…

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Why Athletes should Float

Why Athletes should Float

Floatation – REST (restricted environmental stimulation technique/therapy) has been used in the sporting world with great success since the early 1980s. Some of the first professional sports teams to utilize floatation therapy include the Philadelphia Eagles, the Philadelphia Philies and…

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Making the best of your float

Making the best of your float

Floating (sensory deprivation therapy) is a practice that engages your mind and body by depriving it of stimulus. It is a practice focused on finding relaxation, stillness and a renewal of your sensory processors. Floatation therapy relies on 800+lbs of…

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A dip into sensory deprivation

A dip into sensory deprivation

Like many people, I first learned about floating while browsing Joe Rogan’s podcasts on youtube. He describes the experience as “the most important tool I’ve ever used for developing my mind”. Well, that sold me. I immediately searched for floatation…

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Float Spa attendant needed

Pure Float is hiring! We’re looking for someone who’s passionate about mental and physical health to join our team. We have a strong focus on customer service, so those that apply must be willing to go above and beyond in…

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What is Watsu Water Therapy

What is Watsu Water Therapy

Here’s a little information for anyone who might have heard about our watsu sessions, but aren’t quite sure what they are exactly. Combining fundamentals of massage, joint mobilization, shiatsu and muscle stretching techniques, Watsu is a gentle therapeutic session. 60…

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