Find Your Flow State in a Float Tank
Find Your Flo_At Isolate: September Challenge.
Let’s talk about flow state. “Being in the zone,” is the mental state in which a person is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and enjoyment in the process of the activity. Flow is complete absorption in what one does, and a resulting loss in one’s sense of space and time. How many of you chase this feeling?
The Float Tank as a Tool for Flow State
Have you tried finding this flow state in a float tank? Many of you have noticed how time can “go in and out” and where surprised when we played your exit music, that there was no way 90 Minutes had already gone by!
Or have you been thinking about trying floating but never seem to find the time? Let’s reframe that. Floating when you are busy can be wonderful for organizing your brain! The float tank is a tool to use how you wish. Want to mediate, sleep, relax? It’s great for that! AND it’s also perfect for cultivating active, uplifting, energized focus. Flow. The float tank environment mitigates external stimuli, allowing you to achieve flow state easily, sometimes effortlessly. The more frequently you float, the easier you can reach that flow state.
Here’s your chance. Join the Find Your Flo_At Isolate: September Challenge. This time of year is perfect to float, as our personal and work lives are often in transition during this season change. Floating during these transitional times can be extraordinarily beneficial.
What’s the Challenge?
Here’s the deal: Purchase a 3-pack of Floats (any length) and enter the code: SEPTCHALLENGE to enter. Complete all 3 Floats yourself between now and the end of September, 2019 and we will credit your account a 4th session (same length) to either use yourself or gift. If you don’t complete the 3 floats in time, it simply converts to a regular 3-pack that is shareable and doesn’t expire.
The Bottom Line:
Commit to 3 floats by September 30th and receive a 4th float FREE to use or gift within a year!
About the Author
Colleen Caron has facilitated thousands of float sessions as the Operations Manager at Isolate Flotation Center in Boulder, Colorado. She believes that in our over-stimulated culture, floating is the most accessible way to connect with the deepest parts of ourselves and tap into our potential, whatever that may individually look like. Her mission is to help as many people as possible discover the “float tank as a tool” for their own personal development. Colleen has personally used the tank to manage lifelong anxiety and depression, practice compassion, meditate and expand consciousness, boost creativity, problem solve, recover from a bike accident, and to simply rest.