Whether you are completely new to this or are already an avid floater, how often you float really depends on your own goals and circumstances. If you float for chronic pain you may need to go almost every single day to see results. Our Limitless Memberships are perfect for this. If you are floating for general wellness or to really explore your consciousness, floating 1-2 times a week is probably perfect. We also have a lot of members who float 1-2 times per month, as a part of a larger stress maintenance and wellness practice. Everyone is different and we’re happy to help you find the right frequency for you needs and interests.
I scheduled 20 floats in 30 days and while floating in the tank during my first session, I made two very significant promises to myself:
I would document my thoughts and experiences following each float to reflect on later.
By the end of the month, I would have a clear vision for my next life project.
That’s all it took. Setting the intention. Being specific about what I was going to do. From there, actually doing it.
It’s no secret that we love our technology. Smart phones are ubiquitous in the modern world, and for good reason. By simply reaching into our pockets, we’re allowed instant communication with anyone in the world, access to nearly all of recorded human knowledge, and the ability to create and manifest our ideas and projects. Whether you were born post-internet or not, it’s easy to take it all for granted. It’s good to remind ourselves just how incredible we’ve got it!
But with these amazing capabilities, there is of course a downside. Lacking a mindful approach, we can quite easily become too attached and even addicted to the endless buzzes and pings from texts, emails, social media posts, etc.
Many of us lose track of our breath throughout the day, allowing the flow of stresses and external circumstances to dictate our rhythms. That’s okay, but if we start to observe our inhales and exhales more regularly - choosing to cultivate a mindful practice around breath awareness - we gain the power to influence our health in profound ways. Whether you’re trying to reach an enlightened state, or simply want some relief from daily stress, conscious breathing is the key. Working with the breath can ease tension in your body, calm the storm of thoughts that pass through your mind, and potentially take you to some pretty awesome places. Through practice, we can develop the ability to rebalance our state of being at will, even in the most difficult of life’s situations.