Relax, Just Do It!

By: Bridget Bachman Do you remember the song called “Relax (Don’t Do It)” by the artist Frankie Goes to Hollywood? This seems to have become the motto of the modern day American family; hustling from event to event and always moving yet refusing to slow down enough to actually relax. The beauty of floating is that it forces you to relax. It puts you into an intentional state of mind and place where stimulation is Read more…

Float Tips

Whether it’s your first float or you’ve been regularly using floatation therapy for years, there are a multitude of tips and tricks that can make your experience even better. We have personally researched and practiced the following 5 tips to be the easiest and most direct means to an amazing day at Souler Float. 1. Breathe DeeplyConsider spending 10-15 minutes prior to your float preparing to relax. We have a lovely Himalayan Salt Relaxation Lounge Read more…

Benefits of Floatation Therapy combined with Equestrian And Athletic Sports

I’m a free runner. I don’t listen to music or podcasts. My multitasking while running is reserved for creative thinking, meditations and mantras. After a year hiatus from all things fitness, I began running 3 months ago. And two weeks later, I began regular floatation therapy. The post-float feel-goods definitely last longer than they did in the very beginning, and the benefits seem to re-saturate themselves in peace for a couple days after every hour Read more…

Reiki in the Float Tank

I feel good and slow -like honey- and heightened. Aware. I had an experience of synchronistically picking up a Reiki book at the library. I had planned to pick up 3 Paulo Coelho books and return my books due that day. It was to be a swift exchange as I knew exactly what shelf the books were on. (Internet catalogs are great for “planning.”) I arrived, turned books in, picked up books, and within 30 Read more…

Floating For Athletes and Body Builders

One of the most overlooked tips to successful training – particularly in a competitive sport such as body building is rest and a focused mind. Floating not only meets this need, but also brings with it numerous additional advantages.   Physically: While floating, your body is no longer fighting against gravity. So for a body builder, this will bring relief to each and every aching muscle that was just put through the ringer. Epsom salt Read more…

My 1st Float Experience

I can’t begin to convey the wonders of my first-time float experience without first discussing the incredible synchronistic way I found Souler Float. My fiancé and I moved to Melbourne, FL from Germany about a month ago. We both are Conscious Lifestyle Mentors and Writers, and he mentioned the idea of a sensory deprivation experience to spark creativity while adapting to our new environment. Assuming we’d have to travel to Orlando or Miami, I researched and found the Souler Float website stating Read more…

Float Therapy for Pro Gamers

Getting your game on. The benefits of spending an hour or so in a float session are numerous and far reaching. Floating can benefit anyone: ranging from a stay-at-home mom to a professional athlete. With this in mind, it stands to reason that it can also be of benefit to many less commonly thought of groups. Gamers, or people who play video games, are a prime candidate for float therapy. A gamer, whether professional or Read more…

Things to Try While Floating

Float in different positions. Find the one that works for you! One thing you may not have thought of is trying different float positions. You may find one that works better for you. You may be able to take your float experience to the next level by shifting to your side, or curling into the fetal position.  You can change your position as much as you want throughout your session. Your pod will offer more Read more…

Float Therapy is helping people with Autism.

Float Therapy provides a dampening effect through Sensory Deprivation. Autism is a tricky description. We think we know what it looks like, but the more we try to pinpoint it, we can’t. That’s because there are so many forms of autism. In fact, it is often called the autism spectrum, meaning a person could fall anywhere on a pretty large scale. Autism is often “characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and non-verbal Read more…

Desmond Purpleson

CEO

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