If you haven't tried floating yet, is there something holding you back? Besides not being in close proximity to a floating studio.
Reasons Why Some People are Reluctant to Try Floating
Are you worried about any of the following?
You think you don't need it
You think you don't deserve it
You don't think floating will work for you
Your schedule or responsibilities
The possibility of falling asleep
The Good News
We can and want to address all of these questions and concerns. While not everyone may experience the same benefits, most people experience more than one which, if they float regularly, already increases their well-being and quality of life.
Your Questions and Concerns Answered
Let's briefly address the list.
Being alone: While you're alone in the floating pod, we're just in the next room.
The 'unknown': No problem. Here are some Tips & Thoughts for Your First Float.
Total darkness: There's a light inside the pod that you can keep on (or switch off).
Claustrophobia: You can leave the lid open and get out of the pod any time you want.
Anticipated boredom: Maybe, but being alone with your thoughts can be a good thing.
You think you don't need it: Reconsider after reading the 10 Benefits of Floating.
You think you don't deserve it: Everyone deserves to be happy and feel healthy.
You don't think floating will work for you: See above (10 Benefits of Floating).
Your schedule or responsibilities: Choose to prioritise your well-being.
The possibility of falling asleep: It's possible but you'll be totally safe.
Is anything else holding you back? Tell us. We'd like to put your mind at ease.
Ready? Book a float here.