Rooting for Root Vegetables

Easily digestible, food-for-thought from Eat Well Halifax, Nicole Marchand! As the fall and winter approach, we naturally begin to crave foods higher in carbohydrates (sugar). Although this was historically done to help build insulation (extra fat stores) under the skin for protection throughout the winter months, root vegetables are still an excellent addition to our…

Managing Anxiety with Floatation Therapy

Hi everyone! It’s yer pal, Lindsay, here.  I took a moment last week during Canadian Mental Illness Awareness Week to whip up a short video explaining how floatation therapy has helped with my personal experience with anxiety and depression.  I also touched on the importance of making space for those who experience mental illness as…

Floating and Self-Care

The term self-care has been a prominent buzz word that I’ve been hearing a lot lately.  For entrepreneurs, self-care should be a priority yet we manage to put everything and everyone else ahead of our owns needs which can lead to stress, burnout and even resentment. Self-care is a very active and powerful choice to engage…

Frequent Floater Profile – Ryan Leblanc

Say hello to Ryan! Ryan has been a regular with us since September! In addition to being a monthly member, Ryan has used our Float With A Friend Thursdays to introduce many people to floating. It’s always so great to catch up with Ryan and meet some of his lovely friends! 1. Tell us a lil’…

Tones for Tanks Creator, Joel Waddell

Meet Joel Waddell.  Nestled in Dartmouth, he is an Audio Engineer and Musician in groups such as Rich Aucoin and Beauts, and is the brains and heart responsible for our Tones for Tanks (TM) Solfeggio Frequencies for our floatation therapy tanks.  We wanted to get cozy and get the “WHY?” behind Joel’s drive to create these…

Why I do What I do: Maggie, Physiotherapist

I love the body. I have been fascinated with the body ever since realizing I had the power to make mine feel better. I wasn’t a particularly athletic, or health-conscious kid. Up until my early twenties, I was known as the person in my group of friends who ate the worst, and exercised the least…

Ayurvedic Tips for Staying Cool This Summer Part One: Food

Ah Summer; Pitta season, or the season that has the most in common with Pitta Dosha at least. Pitta is composed of the elements of fire (primarily) and water (to a lesser degree). It has hot, oily, sharp, light, sour, fluid, and pungent attributes – many of the same qualities we think of to describe…

Frequent Floater Profile: John Rockwell

We immediately feel our selves calm down when John enters TFC for his weekly floats.  So it shouldn’t be a surprise that he teaches meditation internationally via Shambhala and brings this incredible presence to our space.  He is a lovely, lovely human being. [I’ve been staring at the computer screen, trying to put into words…

Are You Experiencing? 3 Floats for $99

Like Yoga, Floating is a practice.  You won’t get all the answers in your first float, but it’s a great start.  All our guests we chat with have hearts in their eyes after that key third float – they’re locked in! They *get it* and are hooked on the blissful effects of floating.  We’re all…

#WhyWeFloat: Natalie

We use the word ‘compassionate’ here to describe the team that we’ve attracted.  There is no one more caring and compassionate about your experience here than Natalie.  Nat is part of The Tea Hive Collective, a group that provides harm reduction services//psychedelic support and creates safer spaces (primarily at music festivals).  What she brings to…