Chronic pain is incredibly hard to live with. It affects every area of your life and finding a tool that help control the symptoms is invaluable. Today Jessyka talks Fibromyalgia, floating and how it has helped her and others who live with chronic pain.Read More
How much do we love floating? A whole lot.
We talk about how we clean between each client, and the uptake it takes to keep a float center going.
Have you considered a float tank in your home? We talk about a few things to think about and Amy talks about having a float tank in her home for a brief time while getting float tanks regulated in TN.Read More
We are Tennessee’s first and only dedicated float center. We do this because we are passionate about the art of the float and we are excited about what it can do to change people at a very deep level. This short weekly podcast is a way to connect with our community, answer questions, and share experiences.Read More
Self-care. Say those words and you’ll get eye rolls and excuses like, “I don’t have enough time” or “ but my partner/child/parent/job really needs me”. Why is it we are so willing to put the needs of others in front of very basic self-care? Why are we taught that saying no and taking a bit of time of our own is selfish?Read More
I discovered float therapy back in 1996 during a business trip while dealing with my own chronic pain. It felt like a miracle when I got out of the tank for the first time and felt relief, and had one of the best nights of sleep I had in many years! I wanted to somehow make this available to people like me, people who hurt.Read More
Have you ever had trouble calming your mind in a float? You are not alone. Even the most experienced floaters have times when they can't "get in the zone." At Float Nashville, we've gathered a few pointers/suggestions to help you get the most from your floating experience.Read More
She sat in the far corner of the couch, nervously flipping through the float journals, crossing and uncrossing her legs in an effort to get comfortable. She was only at the float center because she felt like she had tried everything else with minimum results.
Mary* lives with generalized anxiety disorder. Her body is sore from constantly tense muscles. She constantly feels tightness in her stomach, like she's forgotten something important, but can never remember exactly what it is. Even simple decisions flood her with feelings of overwhelm. She was exhausted.
A frequent question we get at Float Nashville is, "What if I’m a bigger guy/gal? Will I be able to float?"
Let me start this with a bit about me--Hi, I'm Marianne and I'm a towering 5'4" and weigh 279 pounds. I certainly qualify as a bigger gal.Read More
Float Nashville now has an annual membership available! No sign-up fee and no auto-draft. For $585, you receive thirteen 90-minute floats on your account that can be redeemed anytime in the year.Read More
Stress and overwork is a creativity killer. New businesses thrive on flexibility and innovation. But no space for rest works against you and your ability to maintain your resilience, grit and resolve.
Floating can change all that.Read More