Are you wanting to relax in order to manage your stress and/ or anxiety?   When we're stressed or worried our body automatically goes into (our pre-historically programmed) "fight or flight" response mode, in order to overcome a perceived "danger".   During this state, the body produces adrenalin and cortisol, among other hormones, activating an increase in muscle tension and energy production to either fight or flee the triggering situation.   When... Read More


Whether you're a first time floater or a pro, here are some helpful tips to get the most from your float:  

1. Don’t shave or wax on the day of the float as the salt may sting. 2. Don't eat for at least 2 hours prior to your float session. 3. Avoid stimulants such as caffeine and alcohol on the day of your session. 4. Prepare yourself: take out your contact lenses, put in your ear-plugs and have a quick shower. (If ... Read More


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Article by Dr Amy Myers:  

As you might know, sweating is a great way to burn calories and rid your body of unwanted toxins. But how do you sweat when you’re injured, or unable to exercise?   I like to sweat in an infrared sauna. Infrared saunas help your body release a number of toxins, including heavy metals like mercury and lead, and envir... Read More


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