If you’ve never experienced floating before, or have no idea what that is, or you are a regular to a float spa, this episode is one you don’t want to miss. I recently went down to Baltimore for the weekend and experienced the Red Lotus Float Spa for myself, meeting Marie Bittinger, the co-owner. We had chatted after my float and I later invited her to share her story here in this interview.
Marie started manifesting Red Lotus Float Spa in January of 2018 and has been running the operations with the help of her husband and three part-time employees since opening in November of 2019. Her mission is to create a safe atmosphere that nurtures mindful reflection, curiosity, playfulness, and healing.
Floating is a form of sensory deprivation. And, while that may sound scary on the surface, the reduction of our external senses, allows the mind and body to focus on itself, creating what some describe to be a “euphoric” experience or sensory enhancement. Flotation Therapy provides an array of benefits depending on your wellness goals. Whether you are looking to detox, recover or meditate, floating can be an important component in balancing your health.
Links to articles and videos about benefits of floating:
CBS This Morning - How sensory deprivation and floating impacts the brain
BBC News - Clinical Floatation
In this interview we discuss:
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