Is There a Best Season to Float?

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Although you can float at any time, many people find certain seasons better than others. Each season has its own benefits, so it’s best to make your appointments around your work schedule and lifestyle. No matter which season you choose, you’ll reap many physical and emotional benefits from floatation therapy at NWFC.

Winter Floating

Winter is a popular season for floating, partially because many people deal with “the winter blahs.” Inhospitable weather makes it difficult to get out and enjoy activities, especially in the Northwest where heavy rain and snow are common. The physical limitations of winter can wreak havoc with your emotions as well. If you regularly experience depression or seasonal affective disorder, winter is an ideal time to schedule a floating appointment.

Additionally, floating during winter helps many people cope with seasonal stress. Although the holidays are a joyous time, constant shopping and planning take their toll on even the most energetic people. With our open tanks and full sensory deprivation experience, Northwest Float Center is the ideal place to come for a mental and physical break.

Summer Floating

Many people choose summer for most of their floating appointments. Schedules are often more open during the summer, allowing more time for activities you enjoy. Planning your appointment at a time that is convenient for you and your schedule will help you arrive already feeling less stressed.

This said, summer can be taxing in its own way. Because routines aren’t as strict, it’s hard to know what to do with yourself and your children every day. This often leads to pressure as you try to come up with activities and diversions. Additionally, arranging family trips, overnight camp, and other getaways may wear on you. Schedule a summer float so you can truly unplug for a short time and reset your body and brain. Once you do, you’ll feel ready to tackle all those summer activities.

Spring and Autumn Floating

Spring and autumn are often considered “in between” seasons. There often aren’t as many holidays or activities going on, but they are still great times to float. At NWFC, we find people with certain occupations benefit from floating in these seasons. For example, accountants might float in the spring for a break from tax season, and teachers may schedule fall appointments to get ready to welcome new students and parents at the beginning of the school year.

No matter what time of year you choose, NWFC is here to give you a great floating experience. Contact us for an appointment today.

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