We’ve gotten still, as of late, and have really focused on what Our Purpose is here at The Floatation Centre. It all boils down to this:
The Floatation Centre provides a springboard for happiness and elevated levels of consciousness.
But what does that really mean?
All of the services offered at TFC are intended to help you on your path. Whether it be a therapeutic massage with one of our RMTs, finding a nutritional plan that works for you with our Professional Dietitian, or deepening your meditation practice through floating, we provide a space where this is all possible. Personal growth isn’t always easy, but with the aid of our safe, compassionate and non-judgemental team, we’ll gently nudge you along and assist you with elevating the quality of your life.
The Floatation Centre is an inclusive, 2SLGBTQ+ community space where ALL BODIES are welcome. We aim to provide a welcoming and safe experience for each and every person who enters our cozy, North End home.
LINDSAY | Founder & Happiness Enabler– Lindsay spends her days doing her best to gently encourage others to meditate, be kind & live a life in service. A former chemical engineer turned happiness enabler & mental illness speaker, Lindsay loves chatting with folks about what they’re doing to elevate their quality of life! She founded The Floatation Centre Health & Wellness in 2015 and has been sharing the benefits of floatation therapy, meditation and mindfulness far & wide since.
Self-proclaimed as a goofy, open book who laughs a little too loudly, Lindsay continues to bumble her way through this whole entrepreneurship gig while finding harmony in her own personal self-care & health sovereignty.
TRUTH | CONSCIOUSNESS | BLISS
PALMER | Manager – I was introduced to sensory deprivation by Lindsay and Tara as a way of deep relaxation and meditation as well as something that could calm my anxieties. Coming from a hospitality and live production background, being able to work in a “fast paced and high stress” environment has done exactly what it sounds like it would… it completely burnt me out. Not only am I excited to experience the physical and mental benefits of floating, but I’m also excited to help facilitate everyone’s experience and assist in bringing balance to their lives.
SHAWN | Float Host – Floating came to me at just the right time. I had been battling depression for more than year; I was crippled with anxiety and barely left the house for anything but work. Floating allowed me to focus and gain a better understanding of myself and why I was feeling the way I did. I continue to learn new things about myself with every float.
My life has been greatly affected by incorporating regular float practice into my lifestyle—to such an extent that I bugged Lindsay for months to let me work here. But even before I was on the payroll, I would tell every new person I met about floating. Now I get to see others go through the same transformation. So come float and get to know yourself a little better!
KELSIE | Float Host & External Communications – I was HOOKED from the very first time I stepped foot in the tank. I was feeling stressed, anxious, angry and depressed and suffering from neck and back pain. I was literally at my all time low when I first visited TFC. When I sat in the lounge area and sipped my post float tea, I couldn’t recall the last time I had ever felt so relaxed and calm in every cell of my body. It was a truly magical feeling.
Since my first salty encounter, I think every person I have come in contact with, has heard me boast about the benefits of floating. Safe to say that Floatation therapy changed my life for the better.
Now working here, there is no better feeling then witnessing the transformations in peoples mental and physical states from when they walk in to when they leave. And of course, those big smiles and post float glows make my heart smile every time.
STEVE | Float Host – As someone who has always been interested in the deeper parts of life, floating was a natural addition to my regular practices. We live in a society that is on sensory overload all the time, so having tools that allow your senses some time to reset is extremely valuable and important.
One of the many things I love about floating is that you never know what to expect. Sometimes it is a very powerful visionary experience and other times it is healing on a more physical level. I believe there is no such thing as a good or bad float. It is a practice and each float is completely unique. I am very grateful to have the opportunity to hold space for others here at the Floatation Centre.