Float therapy – a holistic remedy for life’s stressors
Float therapy has many physical benefits in terms of recovery from hard training and sport.
It allows us to give back to our body and to reset and restore ourselves for another hard training block, race, game or event. But float therapy doesn’t only help sportspeople physically, I believe it helps with all areas of life – physical, mental, emotional and spiritual, otherwise known in Maori philosophy as Haoura – the four pillars of health and wellbeing.
Whether you are an elite athlete or have just taken up regular exercise since the lockdown, I highly recommend you take the time to give back to your body by adding float therapy sessions on a regular basis to your life. Stress comes in many forms and so we need to look for a holistic remedy that impacts each pillar of our hauora.
To hear more about how floatation therapy can help your mind and body, listen to Dr Mychelle Whitewood at 5pm on Tuesday 14th September or head to Water Temple’s website and read their latest blog on the benefits of floatation therapy – https://www.watertemple.com.au/float-therapy-a-holistic-remedy-for-lifes-stressors/
They also stock a wide range of health and wellbeing products from body care, Magnesium and supplementation, nutrition, and gift packages.
If you are looking for something to add to your daily selfcare routine, take a look at their website. All products are available in store or online – https://www.watertemple.com.au/shop/
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