1. Helps you stay hydrated- Really! To stay better hydrated, your body needs a delicate balance of sodium and potassium. This is because water in your body “follows” sodium, so if you have too much, or more importantly, the wrong kind, , then your body will retain water. Potassium works to balance this out, which […]
Length of Float Sessions Most people I speak with either want or ask if they should have a 30, 60, or 90-minute long float. We offer both 60 or 90 minute long floats, & this is why. 60 and 90 minutes are the settled upon lengths, but it isn’t just merely for ease of scheduling. […]
Welcome Scott Hutchison – Energy Rich Coaching – The newest practionier at Shuswap Float and Wellness!
“I help people with Anxiety, Allergies and ADHD have a better experience.” -M. Scott Hutchison Not only is Scott international health and wellness speaker and coach, but he also combines his 12000 + hours of clinical experience, knowledge of the body, science, metaphysics, energy, and the human condition to help people improve their lives and […]
The Bars are a series of 32 points on the head, which when lightly touched in particular sequences, can release old energies stuck in the brain and the body, allowing for potentially tremendous and easy change. What does a Bars session do? The Bars take all the considerations, opinions, thoughts, feelings, emotions, decisions, judgments, and […]
Although floating has been around for decades, there are still many misconceptions. However, organizations like the Floatation Tank Association are helping to increase the general understanding of the industry. In the introduction to FTA’s North American Float Tank Standards it states “In jurisdictions that do not already have standards for float tanks, there is often […]
Bronchitis is an acute inflammation of the air passages within the lungs. The mucus membrane within the bronchi becomes inflamed usually because of infection. There are two types of bronchitis: acute and chronic. The patient may also experience tightness in the chest and difficulty in breathing. Small children may wheeze and display symptoms like asthma. […]
Maybe you’ve heard of floatation therapy or REST (Restricted Environmental Stimulation therapy) aka Sensory Deprivation – which is an entirely inaccurate term, but it’s still used. Perhaps you listened to Joe Rogan (actor) or Steph Curry (NBA MVP) rave about it, or maybe you’ve seen that episode of Stranger Things where the kids created a […]