This is the third article in a three part series aimed at teaching you how to improve your floatation practice. Each article contains one simple tip that you can put into action today, providing you with benefits both now and in the future
Why do people float? Of course there are literally as many different specific reasons as there are people, but there are some broad general groups of people: like athletes and general gym goers, artistic professionals, pregnant women, people with fibromyalgia and a plethora of other types of chronic pain, people who just want to try out and experience new things, people with anxiety and stress, people who do yoga, people who get dragged along by a friend, people who just want an hour to themselves, people who want to unlock unconscious thoughts, ideas or memories. Most people I think fit into more than one group or are on the fringes of any one group and I am not surprised by the appeal of floating for any group.