Eeeek! It's been a month since I've blogged. How did that happen? My excuse is that I've been FILMING LIKE CRAZY! I'm trying this new thing where I investigate health and wellness trends like a detective. As I get older, I realize how important it is to poke around and get the inside scoop instead of just taking things at face value. So I've whipped out a larger magnifying glass (aka camera and corresponding film team) and started doing a lot more poking around than usual. Please make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel for my latest work!
But enough about poking, let's talk about FLOATING. It's a healing trend that's actually been around a lot longer than most people think. Yes, it's going through it's "boutique salon" stage right now, but people have been "floating" and even installing floating chambers in their homes for the last 20 years. Wellness just wasn't as popular back then as it is now, so of course, floating is now receiving more attention from a larger captive audience. Personally, I had no clue floating was even a thing until a friend of mine in St. Louis, Missouri (where I happened to be visiting) told me about F.L.O.A.T. opening up.
One thing led to another and there I was at F.L.O.A.T. I decided to capture what it's like entering a float spa, and surrendering to the salt water. It's really quite peaceful. Nothing crazy happens (unless you have claustrophobia). You're just super relaxed and it almost feels as if you're floating in space, if you can imagine that. The best part is the sensory deprivation that allows you to drift into easy meditation. Please watch my video and let me know what you think. Will you try it? If you're based in New York City, here are 3 locations to check out:
What questions can I answer for you about floating that my video didn't cover? Please leave them in the comments section below. Happy to answer ANYTHING you're wondering about related to this therapeutic treatment.