A frequent question we get at Float Nashville is, "What if I’m a bigger guy/gal? Will I be able to float?"
Let me start this with a bit about me--Hi, I'm Marianne and I'm a towering 5'4" and weigh 279 pounds. I certainly qualify as a bigger gal. Read More
Float Nashville now has an annual membership available! No sign-up fee and no auto-draft. For $585, you receive thirteen 90-minute floats on your account that can be redeemed anytime in the year. Read More
Stress and overwork is a creativity killer. New businesses thrive on flexibility and innovation. But no space for rest works against you and your ability to maintain your resilience, grit and resolve.
Floating can change all that. Read More
Take a few extra moments after your appointment and continue to enjoy the reprieve from the real world. It’ll still be there after you leave, I promise.
Here are some tips for maximizing your post float bliss: Read More
The most often asked question we hear after a float is, "How often should I float?" The answer isn't so simple. And in the end it's one only you can answer. Read More
Unlike any other creature on Earth, the human brain uses an incredible amount of energy compared to every other organ in the body. Whether we're doing nothing or solving differential calculus, our brains use 20% of the calories we consume, 20% of the oxygen we breathe, and 25% of the blood in our bodies. That means if you eat 2,000 calories a day, 400 of them go directly to the area between the eyes and above the neck. Essentially, if we all had an electrical socket installed on top we could light a 20-watt bulb with nothing more than the power of our thoughts.
So what’s the cost? What’s the drawback to the body's most powerful engine? The upkeep. If we don't nurture it daily, minute by minute, thought by thought, we may find ourselves with an engine failure on the final stretch of the race. Here are a few tips to keep a healthy mind that doesn't break down before crossing the finish line. Read More
“Freedom cannot be bestowed; it must be achieved” - Franklin D. Roosevelt
Two hundred and forty years ago the United States was declared a new nation. A group of spirited rebels fought to establish independent colonies so they would have the freedom to live the way they wanted and live out their beliefs loud and proud.
Despite the fact that we live in a free country, many of us still don’t feel free on a daily basis. We end up feeling stuck creatively, tangled up in self-imposed rules and beaten down with our own expectations that we can’t meet. We create our own cages and restrict our own freedoms.
Freedom must be achieved. It takes effort. Read More
Mark is the only Father around the Float Nashville office. So when I approached him about getting ideas about what to do for a Father's Day sale I probably should have known, before I even asked, what his input would be Read More
"As time went on the self-doubt started to creep in. Shouldn’t I be spending my Read More
money on something more practical? Was it really worth the time every month? Was it
really that great?"
Working at Float Nashville for the past 2 ½ years I have been able to take advantage of floating quite often. In the early days of our opening I was in the tank 2 to 3 times a week and as we grew it became less often. Nevertheless, every float has been an experience and a time of renewal. Read More