• A History of Humans and Sensory Reduction

      “Human beings are born with a drive to experience modes of awareness other than the normal waking one; from very young ages, children experiment with techniques to change consciousness. Such experiences are normal.”  “It is valuable to learn to enter other states deliberately and consciously…

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  • How to ‘open’ and ‘close’ your float

    ~ Written by Elfe Reyany, operations manager at Palm Ave Float Club. Elfe is also a lightworker who’s curious about conscious expansion. Ask about her energy/release work and how she translates alchemical healing onto canvas. ~ Setting the tone for a purposeful float

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  • Why Epsom Salt Is Good For You

    Epsom salt, also known as magnesium sulphate, is a naturally occurring, pure mineral compound. Over decades, it has become known as a natural alternative and home remedy ingredient for many. It is also the magic behind floatation – about 600 kilos are dissolved in each float pod, so…

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  • Meet the crew – Derrick

    The float club recently turned three! Our founder, Derrick, shares some stories. ~ Three years on, how has the PAFC story evolved?  PAFC started as a passion project from my home with one tank. Of course my mom thought I…

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  • Things to ask yourself before your first float

    Besides the usual first-float guidelines (don’t float on an empty stomach, avoid caffeine, avoid shaving or waxing), a little mental prep can go a long way. This is not a quiz – there are no right or wrong answers – but rather things that are helpful to consider…

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  • 10 things you didn’t know about floatation

      “I think it’s one of the most incredible pieces of equipment for self-help and introspective thought that you could ever find … It’s been one of the most important tools for me in personal growth for understanding myself, how I am, and what effect I do…

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  • The GIF guide to your first float

    The act of floating is pretty straightforward. But it’s the little details that can change your whole experience. P.S. It’s always good practice to keep these steps in mind – not just for your first float.   Step #1: Start with a clean slate

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  • Can floating replace sleep? Float tank experiment #1

    In these pages you will learn…of indications that two hours of floating are more restful and restorative than a full night of sound sleep, making floating, in the words of one prominent scientist, ‘a method of attaining the deepest rest that we have ever…

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  • How to make floatation work for you

    TL;DR: Floating is a tool that can transform your life, but first you must learn how to use it.  As with everything else, floating has a learning curve. It’s different from a massage in that you can shape your experience to an extent. 

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  • What I wish I knew before my first float

    “I learned that the interior of life was as rewarding as the exterior of life, and that my richest moments occurred when I was absolutely still.” —Richard Bode My first float was half parts weird and wonderful. It was in January 2014, in PAFC’s first pod,…

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