As an estimator and project manager for a large construction company, I found myself struggling with the everyday emotional and physical stressors of a constant on-the-go lifestyle. Trying everything that modern day medicine had to throw at me I was practically out of ideas until a friend suggested I try Float Therapy, that was seven years ago. I wish I could tell you that my first float experience took all my aches and pains away, instantaneously cured my anxiety, and opened my eyes to a new sense of being. But it didn’t. As I later learned, using floating as a therapy needed to become a practice if I wanted the way I was living and feeling to change.
I started traveling outside of Riverside County to different float centers as my float practice became more regular. I found myself spending less and less time focusing on my internal struggles and more on how I could help the people and things happening around me. After many miles and hours spent driving not just myself, but friends and family to float centers around Southern California, I realized these benefits I’d been receiving needed to be more accessible to those out here in the Inland Empire; and for selfish reasons, I wanted a float tank 10 minutes from my house.